On September 1, Jungkook turned 24 (global age). The day preceding his birthday, he took to Weverse to share a selfie and request that fans send birthday notes to him as verses. In evident Virgo design, the maknae of BTS spent the lead-up to his birthday on live-streaming stage Vlive making melodies out of the excellent messages shipped off him within the sight of millions of fans. (At a certain point close to the end, the Vlive counter — which tracks how frequently individuals enter the video — arrived at in excess of 20 million.)스포츠분석
He did as such progressively, utilizing arranged instrumentals and riffing songs on the fly. “For consistently, I miss you/For consistently, I need you/For consistently, I feel you/For consistently, I need you,” he sang, transforming a fan’s letter into a chorale and afterward layering harmonies on top of it, prior to working out stanzas. Furthermore, more songwriting was to come.
As though his live making wasn’t sufficient, Jungkook likewise gave fans a smaller than usual show, performing BTS melodies, for example, “Dimple,” “Pied Piper,” “2!3!,” the first form of ” Mic Drop,” “Spring Day,” “Ocean,” “Home,” “Love Maze,” and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. He even sang “Heaven,” which has never been performed by the gathering in the three years of its delivery despite the fact that it’s a fan top pick.
Normally, fans overflowed the web to share birthday messages, appreciation for the melodies Jungkook made spontaneously, and fervor at a BTS part at long last recognizing the presence of “Heaven.” Meanwhile, Jungkook delighted in not one but rather two birthday cakes, brought to him by individual part J-Hope.
BTS are a gathering known for their unimaginable relationship with fans; Jungkook live-streaming the many-sided interaction of picking an instrumental, layering vocals, and making a tune is directly on brand with the ethos of the gathering. Everything we can trust is that a portion of this conceptualizing will wind up on his impending mixtape.