BTS’s J-Hope Drops Another New Music Video

J-hope knows how to make BTS’s super fans, Army, extremely happy. He gifted Army with a brand new music video less than a week from delivering his mixtape, Hope World. This music video is for his song “Airplane.”

The video dropped at midnight on March 7th, in Korea, that’s 10 a.m. eastern standard time for us Americans. “Airplanes” is the sixth track off of J-Hope’s newly-released mixtape, Hope World. Hope World been climbing the charts on the Billboard 200, making history and crowning him the highest-ranking K-Pop solo artist in billboard History. Likewise the album’s title track, “Hope World” was also listed on Time Magazine‘s “5 Songs You Need To Listen To This Week.” The mixtape, Hope World, is a reflection of J-Hope’s journey to success and realization of his dreams.

As for the music video, “Airplane,” the cool track features J-hope sitting in a chair with epic landscapes projected behind him as well as him rapping in an airport parking lot with airplanes soaring above him. The music video also has him rapping in what appears to be the clouds and on other rooftops. With epic landscapes and soaring scenery, clearly the music video reflects J-Hope’s elevation as an artist.  Check out the video below and let us know what you think:

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Emerson Unger

Emerson Unger is a producer for MUSE TV out of New York. She is an accomplished individual in the field working with such media outlets as Associated Press, MTV News and E! Online to name a few. Unger is a lover of movie's and Korean Pop Music.

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