J-Hope’s new album includes Jungkook, Huh Yunjin

BTS’ J-Hope to feature Jungkook, LE SSERAFIM’s Huh Yunjin in coming album

/ 12:14 PM February 29, 2024

BTS' J-Hope to feature Jungkook, LE SSERAFIM's Huh Yunjin in coming album

(From left) BTS’ Jungkook, J-Hope, and LE SSERAFIM’s Yunjin. Images: Courtesy of Big Hit Music and Source Music

J-Hope, the main dancer of BTS, has collaborated with Gaeko of the hip-hop duo Dynamic Duo, legendary hip-hop and R&B singer Yoon Mi-rae for his upcoming street dance-inspired special album.

They worked together on “Neuron,” from the album “Hope on the Street Vol. 1,” according to Big Hit Music. The album will be released on March 29.


The title of the track, “Neuron,” refers to the scientific team and the dance crew J-Hope belonged to before joining BTS.


In the old-school hip-hop track, J-Hope talks about his musical roots, life motivation, and a new beginning, said Big Hit Music.

The album has five other songs, including the house track “I Don’t Know,” featuring Huh Yunjin of K-pop girl group LE SSERAFIM.

US producers Nile Rodgers and Benny Blanco worked with J-Hope in “Lock Unlock.”

“Lock Unlock” sings about boundaries between people using three keywords: control, break, and step.

Jungkook of BTS also supported J-Hope’s new album by featuring in “I Wonder.” It is a fan song with electro-punk sounds in which J-Hope asks his fans to enjoy every moment together.


Other tracks include J-Hope’s solo version of “On the Street (with J. Cole)” released in March last year and the dance remix version of “What If” released in July 2022.

J-Hope took part in writing the lyrics to all of the tracks in the upcoming album.

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J-Hope is also set to release the first episode of a documentary series, “Hope on the Street” on March 28. The six-part documentary shows J-Hope visiting Osaka, Paris, New York, and his hometown of Gwangju in Korea, where he connects and dances with street dancers.

The documentary will be available on the local streaming service Tving and Amazon Prime Video for international audiences.

TAGS: BTS, J-Hope, Jungkook, Le Sserafim

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