BTS’ RM Drops New Music Video

Fri May 24 2024
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SEOUL: RM from BTS offered a sneak peek into his thoughts through the music video of his latest song, Lost, from his new album Right Place, Wrong Person.

In his second solo album, the 29-year-old South Korean singer and songwriter explores moments where he felt like a “stranger who does not fit in certain places,” as described by his agency BigHit Music.

The official music video was released on YouTube on Friday, May 24. Within an hour, fans flooded the comment section with praise. One fan commented, “I am glad he can share his feelings through his music.” Another highlighted the song’s relatability: “What I love most about ‘Lost’ is how relatable it is. We have all had moments where we feel like we’re wandering aimlessly, unsure of what our next step should be. But Namjoon reminds us that even in those moments, we can find our way back to ourselves.” Another fan described the song as “Witty, irreverent, hyperactive imagination, funny, whimsical, interesting—this song brings out these parts of Namjoon so well!”

“Lost” is the main track of the album, which hit streaming platforms on May 24. RM’s latest album features 11 songs, including “Come Back to Me,” “Right People, Wrong Place,” “Nuts,” “Out of Love,” and “Domodachi,” among other B-side tracks, all penned by RM.

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