BTS member Jimin has released the music video for his new solo single, ‘Set Me Free Pt.2’.
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The clip opens with a close-up crane shot of a troupe of dancers in a circular room, who then part to reveal Jimin in the middle. The K-pop idol then joins the group to perform intricate choreography as the camera flies around the room, which features pulsating white lights.
“Look at me now / I won’t hide anymore, even if it hurts / Going insane to stay sane / Raise your hands for the past me / Now, set me free-e-e,” Jimin sings on the anthemic track. ‘Set Me Free Pt. 2’ is the pre-release track of Jimin’s upcoming debut solo album ‘FACE’, due out next week on March 24.
Jimin previously released the tracklist for ‘FACE’, revealing that the record will feature bandmate RM as a contributor. The rapper is credited as a lyricist on two of the album’s songs – ‘Face Off’ and ‘Like Crazy’ – both of which are produced by long-time BTS collaborators Pdogg and GHSTLOOP.
Jimin also recently worked with Big Bang‘s Taeyang on the song ‘Vibe’. In an interview with NME, Taeyang described the collaboration as “very seamless”, after the duo first met at “some events and private gatherings” in 2022.
In other BTS news, RM recently teamed up with SE SO NEON’s So!YoON! on the song ‘Smoke Sprite’, the lead single of the latter’s sophomore studio album ‘Episode1 : Love’. The record also features previously released songs such as ‘BAD’ and ‘Canada’.