BTS‘s Suga isn’t only a K-Pop idol, he’s a rapper and songwriter as properly. He’s one of the well-known singers in terms of producing hit after hit for different artists.
He acknowledged his completely different abilities in an interview with Weverse Magazine.
I’m BTS’s SUGA, and I’m Agust D, and once I’m producing, I’m going by ‘by SUGA.’
Unlike his work as Agust D or as a BTS member, the melodies that he produces for others have a extra “commercial” sound. Suga acknowledged this and mentioned it was to be anticipated as he has the accountability to make songs that the businesses hiring him approve of.
But in terms of by SUGA, I make completely industrial music. I’m the producer for these songs, positive, however the proprietor is another person, you recognize? In that case, they’re commissioning my work. But they wouldn’t take into consideration simply leaving all of it with SUGA. The artist’s label has to think twice about whether or not to fee me for producing and contemplate my scenario, too, and people folks have to be hoping for one thing industrial.
Giving the artist’s label what they need is essential as a songwriter, with him saying, “That’s the most important part of working with outside people.” Suga then admitted that he doesn’t obtain too many advantages from making songs for different artists. He implied that it’s neither cash nor related direct benefits that hold him going.
Actually, that form of work isn’t a lot of a profit to me.
Instead, he’s glad when listeners agree that he’s a succesful songwriter who can deal with completely different genres.
‘Oh, he can write this kind of song, too.’ That’s all. The extra beneficial factor I can get from it’s the recognition and data the artist or the corporate will get with the tune as a substitute.
Some songs written by Suga embrace Suran‘s “Wine” (2017), HEIZE‘s “We Don’t Talk Together” (2019), and IU‘s “Eight” (2020).