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BTS’ RM launches ‘mono’ with ‘forever rain’ music video

By: - Reporter
/ 04:29 PM October 23, 2018

RM, leader of world-renowned group BTS, launched his second solo release “mono” with the premiere of “forever rain” music video on Tuesday (Monday in the Philippines).

“Mono,” formally dubbed as a “playlist” by RM, features seven tracks, including collaboration with English electronic music duo HONNE, Korean artist eAeon, and Korean indie rock band Nell.

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BigHit Entertainment, BTS and RM’s label, shared links where fans can download the “playlist” for free via Twitter.

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“So privileged to have been a part of this creation. ‘Seoul’ co-written and produced by us :) Thank you RM @BTS_twt for including us on this journey,” HONNE wrote in their Twitter account.

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The band Nell also shared their own sentiment in working with RM via Instagram post: “Had so much fun working on this piece!”

His second solo release broke the record for a Korean album with the most no. 1’s on iTunes album chart, surpassing his own group’s record for “Love Yourself: Answer” and “Love Yourself: Tear,” reports from Naver said.

“Mono” follows his first self-entitled solo mixtape “RM” released in 2015 with 17 self-produced tracks. /muf

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