BTS‘s J-Hope lately went in-depth with Rolling Stone about how the COVID-19 pandemic affected his life and what he was in a position to be taught throughout the unsure time frame.
J-Hope shared that it gave him time to mirror on himself and his day-to-day life.
It was a possibility to learn the way valuable our atypical lives have been. I had to consider how my life ought to go on and the way I ought to simply keep calm and focus even throughout these instances. It was a time to mirror on myself lots.
He realized lots throughout this time, revealing that he thought he ought to keep centered to proceed to do effectively.
The takeaway is I’ve to do what I can do finest. Time goes on and life flows on, and we simply must maintain doing music and performances. I simply thought that I’ve to make music that may give comfort and a way of hope to different folks.
He shared that the BTS members went the identical overwhelming feelings as everybody else throughout this time and so they needed to proceed to be a supply of consolation for his or her followers.
Through the creation of songs like “Life Goes On,” BTS was in a position to come collectively to inform followers the tales of how they have been feeling.
You know, we’re simply folks, like all people else. So we really feel the identical means as all people else. So we simply needed to make music and do performances that different folks can resonate with and that may give folks extra energy.
In addition to life throughout the pandemic, J-Hope mentioned his plans for upcoming music together with his subsequent mixtape. Check out what we are able to count on from him sooner or later beneath!