He announced the album’s tracklist in a teaser clip on YouTube that lists his songs via abstract 3D designs.
According to the clip, ‘Jack In The Box’ features 10 tracks – see the tracklist below.
02. ‘Pandora’s Box’
05. ‘= (Equal Sign)’
06. ‘Music Box: Reflection’
07. ‘What if…’
08. ‘Safety Zone’
Earlier this month, the singer released the music video for ‘More‘.
The trippy video open with the K-pop idol receiving a mysterious unmarked package that transports him to a strange world once opened. His apartment suddenly connects to a dystopian-looking office, which the rapper soon takes over.
Later, he changed out into an all-white outfit to perform the song’s rock-inspired chorus in what appears to be a run-down garage. “Hah, shout out / I say ‘more’ / Hah, yeah, right / ‘Cause I want some more,” he sings.
‘More’ is the first taste of J-Hope’s debut album. According to a previously Big Hit Music press release, the record will serve as a way for the BTS member to “break the mould and grow further”.
The news came shortly after BTS announced a temporary break from group activities to focus on solo endeavours. However, Big Hit Music has since clarified the statements, noting that it would not be a “hiatus”, instead saying that the septet will “harmoniously carry out their group and individual activities”.