J-Hope And His Best Solo Songs
Jung Ho-Seok known by his stage name J-Hope is a South Korean rapper songwriter dancer, and a record producer. In the year 2013, he made his debut as a member of the famous South Korean boys band BTS.
Although he has achieved a lot of success being a member of BTS along with BTS. But five years later after making his debut with the BTS in 2018, he released his first solo mixtape named HOPE WORLD, the album got a lot of positive reviews from the music critics and topped 63 in highest-charting solo Korean artist on Billboard 200.
BOYS MEETS EVIL
The song is very complex and it can be interpreted in many ways, many people think it’s a Love Song and some people feel it is a depiction of the wound within oneself made by two things: feelings and minds. The people struggle with their feelings and mines and the song shows the internal struggle in the video.
This song is a masterpiece from BTS’s J-Hope. The song is totally different from his solo song Daydream. In the entire song, he takes about the feeling that he can’t believe a boy from Gwanju could make it so far. J-Hope talks about not worrying about haters who are negative towards him.
This song in go is all about motivation the lyrics are so motivational that people put this song on loop. The lyrics reflect on the struggles that he reflects on the experience in his past but the message of the song is people learn to trust themself and believe in themselves and should keep pushing forward for a wonderful life.
CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP
This song was the very first collaboration between J-Hope and Becky G. The song has some electric beats and one of the best choreography from J-Hope. The song’s all about just to enjoy and both of them are proud of where they came from. The song has the inclusion of both Korean and Spanish lyrics which doesn’t appear in the original version of the music video.
This song is all about the struggles J-Hope faces in his life after becoming a celebrity. The song is all about J-Hope stating that it is hard to be himself although his life is a dream for too many people, that doesn’t mean that he can do whatever he wants to do in his life. He has many restrictions and regulations that he follows in his life to maintain his musical career and is not able to have the normal life that we have.
The song is written by J-Hope for his mother. The lyrics of the song have some emotional touch in them. J-Hope explains the struggle his mom used to have while raising him up and how despite all the problems and difficulties she supported his dreams and helped him until he achieved that. The song is well praised by the music critics as well.
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