BTS’ music doesn’t just stop with their group albums! Here’s a complete list of BTS members mixtapes, songs they’ve produced, collaborations, soundtracks, and Soundcloud releases!
After putting together a complete list of BTS’ discography, it was heartbreaking not to be able to talk about all the other amazing music BTS and its members have put out that didn’t fall under that umbrella.
Finally, it’s time to put a focus on all the other amazing songs BTS has given us through various projects!
BTS solo songs, albums list table of contents:
BTS members mixtapes:
So far, only the rap line members of BTS have released mixtapes — although it is expected that we’ll see a mixtape from Jungkook sometime in the future.
The mixtapes released by RM, Suga, and J-Hope have also been released for free alongside being made available for purchase. Apart from RM and two songs on Agust D which aren’t available for purchase but can still be downloaded for free.
Release Date: March 17, 2015
1. Voices (목소리)
2. Do You
3. Awakening (각성/覺醒)
5. 버려 (Throw Away)
6. 농담 (Joke)
7. God Rap
8. Rush (Ft. Krizz Kaliko)
10. 표류 (Adrift)
11. I Believe (Ft. BTS)
In an interview, RM discussed his mixtape and talked about the meaning behind “Do You.”
RM said, “‘You Do You, I Do I’ is the catchphrase for this mixtape. What I want to say is that, ‘You do what you have to do, and I’ll do what I have to. But I’m like this. The thought of, ‘You’re you, and I’m me’ is the largest thing that’s been taking control of me lately.”
RM described “농담 (Joke)” as being a song meant to show off his skills, “‘Joke’ is a song whose lyrics were written with a stream of consciousness. That’s why the title is called ‘Joke’ as well.
“There’s nothing hidden behind the lyrics. It’s 500% for the auditory pleasure of rap songs. Since the other songs have messages or emotions placed into them, I felt that it was necessary to add in a refreshing song without any thoughts. I put in a lot of what I believe are rap ‘skills’.”
Release Date: August 16, 2016
Agust D tracklist:
1. Intro; Dt sugA (Ft. DJ Friz)
2. Agust D
3. Give It To Me
5. 치리사일사팔 (724148)
6. 140503 새벽에 (140503 At Dawn)
7. 마지막 (The Last)
8. Tony Montana (Ft. Yankie)
9. Interlude ; Dream, Reality
10. So Far Away (Ft. SURAN)
“Agust D” kicks off the mixtape with strong lyrics, which was Suga’s goal.
He stated in an interview that the mixtape “has everything I wanted to do with hip-hop as the foundation. There are strong lyrics that will make people say, ‘Huh? He did this?’ and ‘Is it okay for him to write such lyrics?’ Anyway, I feel relieved since I was able to tell my stories.”
“Give It To Me” is another track on the album that shoots down the haters the rappers of BTS had to deal with early on in their career, briefly touching on the doubts even his own family had before moving on to discuss the cut throat entertainment industry.
Speaking about the mixtape, Suga also stated, “I wanted to reveal my honest thoughts about youth. I wanted to express myself transparently with the purpose of doing everything I wanted to do.”
Fun fact: Suga did a Maschine mk2 review on BangtanTV and wrote a beat in the process, which he later incorporated into the song “The Last” on Agust D.
Release Date: March 2, 2018
Hope World tracklist:
1. Hope World
2. P.O.P (Piece of Peace) Pt.1
3. Daydream (백일몽)
4. Base Line
5. 항상 (HANGSANG) (Ft. Supreme Boi)
7. Blue Side (Outro)
On a V Live to discuss the mixtape, J-Hope revealed the meaning behind “Daydream (백일몽)” and his other songs.
He said, “‘Daydream’ is a dream that you have in the day. And dreams are mostly impossible to achieve. But this song talks about how I want to dream about the impossible.”
“J-Hope is a person that is known to the public, and a public figure. And with that title, there comes responsibilities and burdens. I understand those aspects of this position, but it’s only natural that Jung Hoseok as a person has his own needs as a human being. This song is about those desires.”
J-Hope also revealed that he wrote the track for “Airplane” while they were on tour in Chicago, then later wrote the lyrics while they were flying. “When I was a little boy, my wish was to be on an airplane. My wish was to get on a plane and fly in the sky. Here it is. ‘Now I fly all I want, on the airplane.’ It reminded me of old memories,” he said.
“I used to dream of it. And now…I remember I was sitting in a very nice seat on the plane. I was listening to the instrumental version of this song, looking at the night sky. The lyrics just popped into my head. I thought, ‘This is what being inspired feels like.'”
Release Date: October 23, 2018
4. Badbye (Ft. 이이언 (eAeon)
5. 어긋 (uhgood)
6. 지나가 (everythingoes) (Ft. 넬 Nell (KR)
7. Forever Rain
In a V Live about Mono., RM revealed that he always wanted to write a song about the rain and that was what inspired “Forever Rain.”
RM stated, “When I thought about the word ‘Forever Rain’ I heard the sound of piano in my ears. I was into producing back then. I wanted to produce the entire song, including the beat and everything.”
“I used the word ‘forever’ because I wonder if I can make a song that touches my heart again. After I die, I would like this song to be played at my funeral. There’s no more song that’s so like me than this. I have a strong emotional attachment.”
RM also revealed that he wrote “Moon Child” before he wrote “4 o’clock.”
“People who prefer the night. At night… Well, it probably reminds you of ‘4 o’clock.’ During the day, feeling choked, whether it’s because of the job or something. Then at night, getting away from other’s eyes, and getting away from the shackles,” RM explained, discussing the inspiration behind the track.
“People who feel a sense of freedom. I think there will be lots of people like that. Especially people these days. People like me. These days, I don’t like the night that much. I also like the day, but the night…I made this song, when I thought the night liberated me.”
Songs produced by BTS members for other artists:
Along with producing their own tracks for their mixtapes and BTS albums, both Suga (Min Yoongi) and RM (Kim Namjoon) have produced tracks for other artists.
GLAM – ‘Party (XXO)’
Album: I Like That
Released: January 2, 2013
Before BTS had even debuted, RM got producing credit for working on a few GLAM songs with the other Big Hit producers, including their single, “Party (XXO)”
GLAM – ‘I Like That’
Album: I Like That
Released: January 2, 2013
In addition to “Party (XXO),” RM also worked on the GLAM song “I Like That” with the other Big Hit producers.
Homme – ‘Dilemma’
Released: August 29, 2016
RM also got producing credit for working with another labelmate Homme, and their song “Dilemma.”
Suran – ‘Wine’ (Ft.Changmo)
Released: April 24, 2017
After Suran featured on Suga’s Agust D mixtape in the song “So Far Away,” they worked again when he produced the song “Wine” for her.
He later went on to win an award for it at the 2017 Melon Music Awards.
Epik High – ‘Eternal Sunshine’
Album: Sleepless in __________
Released: Mar 11, 2019
It’s no secret that Suga was a big fan of Epik High growing up, and eventually they formed a friendship.
This led to working together on Suga’s collaboration with Lee Sora, “Song Request” (produced by Tablo), and then with him producing the track “Eternal Sunshine” for them.
Heize – ‘We Don’t Talk Together'(ft. Giriboy) (Prod. SUGA)
Released: July 7, 2019
Suga produced and wrote the lyrics for “We Don’t Talk Together,” and later revealed that he originally wrote the song for BTS but that it didn’t fit their style, so it was eventually sent to Heize’s team.
He also said the original lyrics were altered by Heize to better fit the darker concept they were going for!
BTS members collaborations & original soundtracks:
Throughout the years, BTS has collaborated with many artists and have been featured on their albums!
Here’s a look at the different collaborations Bangtan has done that haven’t been for their own albums.
J-Lim – ‘Ashes’ (ft. IRON, RM & BTS)
Album: It Can’t Be Real
Released: September 30, 2010
“Ashes” was the first song to feature BTS prior to their debut. However, it included IRON, who didn’t end up in final lineup of the group. There’s a behind-the-scenes video that was shared on their Fancafe and a fan re-uploaded it to Youtube.
2AM – ‘Love You, Hate You’ (ft. Bangtan Boys)
Album: Saint o’Clock
Released: October 26, 2010
IRON, Supreme Boi, and RM represented BTS on “Love You, Hate You” by 2AM, which was working with Big Hit Entertainment at the time. It’s actually a really cute and catchy song that shows off RM’s diversity from the start.
Lee Hyun – ‘Bad Girl’ (ft. Glam & BTS)
Album: You Are The Best Of My Life
Released: February 15, 2011
Big Hit artist Lee Hyun included trainees from the company’s two groups at the time, GLAM and BTS! Jiyeon was the leader of GLAM (which disbanded a few years after they debuted ☹️), and of course RM was included to represent BTS.
Lee Hyun is still with Big Hit as well and is quite close with all the members of BTS!
Kan Mi Youn – ‘Because I’m a Foolish Woman’ (ft. BTS)
Released: February 17, 2011
“Because I’m a Foolish Woman” is credited as being a feature by BTS. However, the song included IRON and Supreme Boi along with RM.
This was the last time BTS was featured with the old lineup, as IRON left Big Hit, and Supreme Boi became a producer for the company. RM stayed in the BTS lineup while other members were added on to the group we know today.
Lee Seung Gi- ‘Song to Make You Smile’ (ft. Hareem, J-Hope, RM & BTS)
Released: October 27, 2011
On “Song to Make You Smile” RM and J-Hope featured together for the first time on Lee Seung Gi’s song! This is another pre-debut collaboration the two young rappers added to their repertoire.
Jo Kwon – ‘Animal’ (ft. J-Hope)
Album: I’m Da One
Released: June 25, 2012
Prior to BTS’ debut, J-Hope was featured on Jo Kwon’s song “Animal.” Though his verse is kind of short, it does show the rapper’s talents and ability to shine on stage even while he was a trainee.
Big Hit Christmas project (ft. RM, Jungkook) – ‘Perfect Christmas’
Released: December 18, 2013
A few of the Big Hit artists of the time came together to do this cute cover of “Perfect Christmas.” RM, Jungkook, Jo Kwon, Lim Jeong Hee, and Joo Hee are featured on the tune.
RM & Warren G – ‘P.D.D.’ (Please Don’t Die)
Released: March 4, 2015
Following BTS and Warren G filming American Hustle Life, the American rapper expressed interest in working with them on a collaboration. They ended up deciding on the track “P.D.D.” after looking at a few different options.
RM discussed the lyrics of the song, saying, “It reflects how I feel lately towards those who hate me and criticize me. I used to find it really upsetting and got very angry a long time ago. However, I’ve been able to rise above that a bit more that. I wanted to truthfully add that feeling.”
MFBTY – ‘Buckubucku’ (부끄부끄) (ft. EE, RM, Dino-J)
Released: March 19, 2015
MFBTY is the hip-hop group featuring Tiger JK, Yoon Mi Rae, and Bizzy. When the news broke that RM would be featured on their album, a representative for the group responded by saying, “I’ve been told that [MFBTY] has kept a keen eye on the talented industry junior. When they met up for the recording session, they were even more surprised at the level of rapping skills.”
And, of course, RM and Tiger JK went on to work together again in the following years.
Yankie – ‘Prometheus’ (ft. Dok2, Juvie Train, Double K, RM, Topbob & Don Mills)
Released: May 27, 2015
In “Prometheus,” RM shows a side of himself that he doesn’t do too often, with his lines from this track taking on haters and at the same time slipping in some sexual verses. Just turn on the closed captions to see what I mean.
RM – ‘Fantastic’ (ft. Mandy Ventrice)
Album: Fantastic Four OST
Released: August 6, 2015
Although the movie was a flop, don’t let that stop you from checking out this song by RM and Mandy Ventrice, which has a very different sound from the rappers’ usual collaborations! The song features mentions of the characters from the movie and their powers.
Primary – ‘U’ (ft. Kwon Jin Ah & RM)
Released: August 12, 2015
Despite the beauty of this song, it’s mostly known for the controversy that was caused when RM was accused of plagiarizing portions of his lines. RM addressed the issue directly and came to terms with the criticism that he needed to be more aware of the sources of his inspiration.
RM & Wale – ‘Change’
Released: March 19, 2017
In an interview, RM talked about the inspiration behind “Change” and said that, “The title is ‘Change’ — in America. They’ve got their situations, and we’ve got ours in Seoul. The problems are everywhere and the song is like a prayer for change. He talks about the police, and problems he’s faced since he was a child. For me, I talked about Korea, my problems, and about those on Twitter who kill people by keyboards.”
Gaeko – ‘Gajah’ (ft. RM)
Released: April 5, 2017
Gaeko revealed that he wanted to work with RM, saying, “I’ve always thought Rap Monster has a good voice and also liked his tone. His energy is great, so it seemed like it would be good to work with him.”
BTS – ‘MIC Drop’ (ft. Desiigner) [Steve Aoki Remix]
Released: November 24, 2017
“MIC Drop” was originally released on BTS’ album Love Yourself: Her on September 18, 2017, while the collaboration with Steve Aoki and Desiigner was announced later that fall. Although the feature with Desiigner never made it onto one of BTS’ albums, the full length “MIC Drop” Steve Aoki remix version did make it onto Love Yourself: Answer.
Fall Out Boy – ‘Champion (Remix)’ (ft. RM)
Released: December 15, 2017
Pete Wentz explained the interesting way that this collaboration came about. After running into RM at an arcade, and becoming fascinated with the amount of fans BTS had (despite not knowing of them beforehand), Fall Out Boy reached out to see if RM wanted to work together. And apparently, he was very eager to do a remix specifically of the song “Champion”!
Funnily enough, RM must not have heard this particular story because he wasn’t really sure how they found out about him or BTS. He talked about the collaboration in a V Live and said, “I had a lot of fun from the collaboration. The lyrics are about the champion for those who couldn’t be a champion. I loved the cynical but hopeful lyrics. So I wrote down the rap part here, like ‘Champion…'”
Steve Aoki – ‘Waste It On Me’ (ft. BTS)
Album: Neon Future III
Released: November 9, 2018
Steve Aoki and BTS had already worked together on the “MIC Drop” remix. For this collaboration, though, the boys appeared on his album. It marked the first BTS song that was all in English, and featured RM along with Jungkook.
They also released two music videos for the song, a lyric version and a version that starred Ken Jeong and featured a cast of all Asian-Americans.
Drunken Tiger – ‘Timeless’ (ft. RM)
Album: Drunken Tiger X: Rebirth of Tiger JK
Released: November 14, 2018
Although it wasn’t their first time working together, “Timeless” was the first time that RM featured on one of Tiger JK’s albums. The song quickly climbed charts although the rapper revealed that his fans didn’t care about such things. In fact, he faced a little bit of heat for having RM on his album. However, Tiger JK was very vocal about how impressed he was with RM’s passion for music.
Lee Sora – ‘Song Request’ (ft. Suga)
Released: January 22, 2019
“Song Request” was written by Epik High’s Tablo, who was originally meant to be featured on the track. However, he suggested that Lee Sora collaborate with Suga instead and together they all made the gorgeous song come alive. Suga revealed he originally recorded his part for the track while they were on the Wings tour in 2017.
Since the song didn’t come out for some time after that, he ended up re-recording his part before the song released in 2019. His lyrics reflect the comfort that people find in music and Bangtan TV released a behind-the-scenes look as him working on the song.
HONNE – ‘Crying Over You’ (ft. RM & BEKA)
Released: March 27, 2019
“Crying Over You” was originally released in 2018, and then re-released in 2019 with RM and BEKA featured on the track. HONNE and RM also worked together on the track “Seoul” for his second mixtape, mono.
BTS & Charli XCX – ‘Dream Glow’
Album: BTS World Original Soundtrack
Released: June 7, 2019
“Dream Glow” was the first collaboration of the four original songs to be featured on BTS’ new mobile game, BTS World. It features Jimin, Jin, and Jungkook of BTS along with Charli XCX, who wrote the song. The artist revealed on her Twitter account that she had written the song years ago but had never found a place for it — until she met with BTS and they started to work together.
BTS & Zara Larsson – ‘A Brand New Day’
Album: BTS World Original Soundtrack
Released: June 14, 2019
“A Brand New Day” was produced by Mura Masa and recorded by BTS members J-Hope and V along with Zara Larsson. The collaboration was the second of the four original songs to be featured on BTS’ mobile game, BTS World. The song also marked the first time Zara Larsson had a #1 hit on the worldwide iTunes chart!
BTS & Juice WRLD – ‘All Night’
Album: BTS World Original Soundtrack
Released: June 21, 2019
“All Night” was produced by RM and incorporates beats by Powers Pleasant. RM and Suga collaborated with Juice WRLD on the track which is described as having a ’90s chill vibe. It’s the third song to be released from the BTS World original soundtrack.
BTS – ‘Heartbeat’
Album: BTS World Original Soundtrack
Released: June 28, 2019
“Heartbeat” was produced by DJ Swivel, Coyle Girelli, Supreme Boi, Hitman Bang, RM and Lee Hyun. It’s the fourth and final original song from the BTS World original soundtrack. Unlike the other three songs, “Heartbeat” features all seven members of BTS!
Lil Nas X – ‘Seoul Town Road’ (ft. RM)
Released: July 27, 2019
After BTS talked about “Old Town Road” non-stop, the special collaboration was proposed by the Lil Nas X’s team. RM wrote and sang the rap verses in English and the title was changed to “Seoul Town Road,” bringing some South Korean charm to the country/rap track.
BTS Soundcloud releases:
Since before BTS even debuted they were regularly writing songs or doing covers and releasing them. The majority of them ended up going up on their Soundcloud and blog for fans to enjoy for free and the group has kept up the practice since then!
Note: There are a number of songs that were released but are not currently on their Soundcloud which will not be included in this list.
RM – ‘Rap Monster’
Released: December 22, 2012
“Rap Monster” is the song that inspired RM’s original stage name, although he eventually changed it after outgrowing the name. RM also revealed that he originally wrote the song in April 2011 but wasn’t released until 2012. The original track is “Look At Me Now” by Chris Brown.
Suga – ‘All I Do Is Win’
Released: December 22, 2012
Suga also revealed that he recorded “All I Do Is Win” in April 2011 when RM recorded “Rap Monster.” The original track is of the same name by DJ Khaled.
BTS – ‘흔한 연습생의 크리스마스 (A Typical Trainee’s Christmas)
Released: December 23, 2012
The lyrics of “A Typical Trainee’s Christmas” cover the harsh realities of life for trainees, especially during the holiday season when they’re working hard instead of with their families. The original tracks are “Christmas in Harlem” by Kanye West and “Last Christmas” by Wham.
RM – ‘Where U At’
Released: January 3, 2013
According to RM’s blog about the song, “Where U At” was written in 2010 and not released until 2013. The lyrics revolve around the anxieties of school and an uncertain future, topics that BTS often approached in their early years.
RM – ‘Favorite Girl’
Released: January 28, 2013
Written in 2012, RM said that “Favorite Girl” was about someone he used to really like.
RM & Jungkook – ‘Like A Star’
Released: February 2, 2013
Recorded in 2012, RM and Jungkook released “Like A Star” in 2013 from the original track “Like A Star” by J. Cole.
RM, Suga, Jin – ‘어른아이 (Adult Child)’
Released: March 13, 2013
“Adult Child” was written by Suga and RM, with vocals by Jin. The song addresses the stress of being in your 20s and still feeling young but having the responsibilities of an adult.
Including living on your own, college, and the looming military services of young men in South Korea. The original track is from “Celebrate” by Common.
Suga – ‘Dream Money’
Released: April 7, 2013
Suga released “Dream Money” along with the comment, “When a lot of rappers are busy showing off swag I’m going to work on dreamlists one by one.” The original track is from “Trap Back Jumpin” by T.I.
BTS – ‘Born Singer’
Released: July 10, 2013
The BTS rap line (RM, Suga, J-Hope) worked together to write “Born Singer” which focused on the group’s difficult journey from trainees to debuting idols. The original track is from “Born Sinner” by J. Cole.
RM – ‘Something’
Released: September 21, 2013
RM released “Something,” which he recorded during Chuseok as a gift for ARMYs. The original track is from the song of the same name by Drake.
J-Hope, Jimin, V, Jungkook – ‘Beautiful’
Released: October 01, 2013
J-Hope joined the maknae line (Jimin, V, and Jungkook) on this recording of “Beautiful.” The lyrics were also written by J-Hope along with RM and Supreme Boi. The original track is from “Beautiful” by Mariah Carey.
Suga – ‘싸이하누월 (It Doesn’t Matter)’
Released: October 27, 2013
Suga wrote the lyrics, produced, and played the keyboard as well as synthesizer for “It Doesn’t Matter”. The song also samples “Ssaihanuwar” by South Korean singer Ahn Sook Sun.
Suga – ‘싸이하누월 (It Doesn’t Matter Instrumental)’
Released: October 27, 2013
Along with the original version, Suga also released an instrumental version of “It Doesn’t Matter.”
RM – ‘Too Much’
Released: November 21, 2013
In “Too Much,” RM focused on the backlash that he faced as a rapper that went on to debut as an idol, a topic that he and the other rap line members of BTS have openly discussed. The original track is from Drake of the same title.
SUGA, J-hope, Jimin, V, Jin – ‘흔한 아이돌의 크리스마스 (A Typical Idol’s Christmas)’
Released: December 19, 2013
After releasing “A Typical Trainee’s Christmas” the year prior, BTS released “A Typical Idol’s Christmas” in 2013. This time the lyrics were more thankful since Bangtan had debuted. The original track is “Only Thing I Ever Get For Christmas” by Justin Bieber.
RM – ‘Monterlude’
Released: January 17, 2014
“Monterlude” was a song RM released with full English lyrics from the original track “Interlude” from BTS’ album 2 Cool 4 Skool.
Jimin & V – ’95 Graduation’
Released: February 25, 2014
Since Jimin and V went to the same high school in Seoul they released “95 Graduation” to celebrate the end of their school days. The original track was “Old School Love” by Lupe Fiasco.
RM – ‘Cypher Ruff’
Released: February 25, 2014
The BTS rap line has regularly used their Cypher series to address haters, and RM released the rough version of one of his recordings titling it “Cypher Ruff” which was from the BTS track “Cypher PT. 2: Triptych.”
RM & Soulscape – ‘Unpack Your Bags’
Released: May 20, 2014
RM and Soulscape released the song “Unpack Your Bags” as part of the 4 Things Show on Mnet that focused on going behind idols public personas. RM’s episode focused on the difficulties and prejudices that he faced going from an underground rapper to an idol.
BTS – ‘So 4 More’
Released: June 13, 2014
BTS released “So 4 More” to celebrate their debut anniversary and the title is a play on the word sophomore. The original track is “Like Water” by Pro Era.
Jungkook – ‘일하는 중 (Working)’
Released: September 25, 2014
Jungkook released a cover of “양화대교” by Zion.T with some changes to the lyrics.
Jungkook – ‘SOFA’
Released: December 16, 2014
“SOFA” is another cover by Jungkook of the original song “SOFA” by 크러쉬(CRUSH).
Jimin & Jungkook – ‘Christmas Day’
Released: December 24, 2014
For Christmas in 2014, Jimin and Jungkook released “Chistmas Day”. Jimin wrote the lyrics with the original track for “Mistletoe” by Justin Bieber.
V – ‘Someone Like You’
Released: December 29, 2014
As a present for ARMYs, V released a cover of “Someone Like You” by Adele.
Jin – ‘엄마 (Mom)’
Released: May 07, 2015
Jin released a cover of “Mom” by Ra.D and dedicated it to his parents for supporting his dreams in joining BTS.
J-Hope & V – ‘안아줘(Hug me)’
Released: May 31, 2015
Together J-Hope and V released a cover of “안아줘 (Hug Me)” by 정준일 Jeong Joon-Il.
BTS – ‘We Are Bulletproof PT1’
Released: June 9, 2015
BTS released “We Are Bulletproof Pt. 1” in 2015 before BTS’ second anniversary, which is a reworked version of “We are B.P.B” that RM originally recorded Iron and Supreme Boi who did not debut with the group.
Jungkook – ‘Lost Stars’
Released: October 3, 2015
Jungkook released a cover of “Lost Stars” by Adam Levine from the Begin Again OST.
Jin – ‘난 너를 사랑해 (I Love You)’
Released: December 3, 2015
To celebrate his birthday in 2015, Jin released a cover of “난 너를 사랑해 (I Love You)” by 메이트 (Mate).
J-Hope – ‘1 Verse’
Released: December 21, 2015
J-Hope released his first solo song on Soundcloud with “1 Verse,” which he wrote himself with the original track from “El Chapo” by The Game & Skrillex. He also revealed that he had a lot of worries about releasing the song.
Jungkook – ‘Paper Hearts’
Released: December 24, 2015
Before Christmas in 2015, Jungkook released a cover of “Paper Hearts” by Tori Kelly.
RM & Jungkook – ‘Fools’
Released: December 29, 2015
After recommending the song earlier that year, RM and Jungkook released a cover of “Fools” by Troye Sivan in December 2015.
Jungkook – ‘Nothing Like Us’
Released: February 15, 2016
Jungkook released a cover of Justin Bieber’s “Nothing Like Us” to kick off 2016.
RM & Jungkook – ‘알아요 (I Know)’
Released: May 31, 2016
As part of the 2016 BTS Festa, RM and Jungkook released “I know,” an original song to celebrate their third anniversary.
BTS – ‘Young Forever’ (Unplugged Ver.)
Released: June 02, 2016
BTS released an unplugged version of “Young Forever” as part of their 2016 BTS Festa!
Jungkook – ‘Purpose’
Released: August 31, 2016
Following his cover of “Nothing Like Us”, Jungkook released a cover of another Justin Bieber song in 2016 with “Purpose.”
Jin – ‘Awake’ (Christmas Ver.)
Released: December 03, 2016
To celebrate his birthday in 2016, Jin released a Christmas version of his solo song from the Wings album “Awake.”
RM – ‘Always’
Released: January 01, 2017
To bring in the new year, RM released “Always” which focuses on his struggles after he faced a lot of criticism.
He went into more detail about the song in a V Live, “After a series of the incidents that were not beautiful, I had a lot of thoughts.”
Suga, Jin, & Jungkook – ‘So Far Away’
Released: June 02, 2017
As part of the 2017 BTS Festa, the group released a version of “So Far Away” with Suga, Jin, & Jungkook. The song originally appears on Suga’s mixtape Agust D with Suran.
Suga also revealed that there were some things he was able to fix with this version that he couldn’t on the one from his mixtape!
RM & V – ‘네시 (4 O’CLOCK)’
Released: June 08, 2017
Also part of the 2017 BTS Festa, RM and V released an original song they wrote together “4 O’CLOCK.”
Jungkook – ‘2 U’
Released: August 31, 2017
For his first cover in 2017, Jungkook released “2 U” by David Guetta ft.Justin Bieber.
Jungkook – ‘Oh Holy Night’
Released: December 23, 2017
For Christmas in 2017, Jungkook released his version of “Oh Holy Night.”
Jungkook – ‘그때 헤어지면 돼 (Only Then)’
Released: March 13, 2018
Jungkook released this cover of “Only Then” by Roy Kim.
RM then revealed that he’d been the one to ask Jungkook to cover the song!
BTS – ‘ 그봄날 (Spring Day) Brit Rock Remix’
Released: June 03, 2018
As part of the 2018 BTS Festa the group released a Brit Rock Remix of their popular track “Spring Day.”
Jin – ‘ 가을 우체국 앞에서 (Autumn Outside the Post Office)’
Released: June 07, 2018
Also part of the 2018 BTS Festa, Jin released a cover of “Autumn Outside the Post Office” by Yoon Do-hyun.
RM, Suga, J-Hope – ‘땡 (DDaeng)’
Released: June 10, 2018
“DDaeng” is an original song by the BTS rap line for 2018 BTS Festa, and has gone on to be infamous by fans for its lyrical genius and sound.
‘Seesaw X I NEED U REMIX’ by Suga
Released: September 21, 2018
Suga released a remixed version of the songs “Seesaw” and “I NEED U” for fans, and Jungkook sketched a special cover sketch for the song!
Jimin – ‘약속 (Promise)’
Released: December 30, 2018
Jimin released his first original song “Promise” on Soundcloud at the very end of 2018. V also took the picture that became the cover art.
And the song ended up breaking the record for most streams in 24 hours on Soundcloud!
Jungkook – ‘ 이런 엔딩 (Ending Scene)’
Released: January 23, 2019
V – ‘풍경 (Scenery)’
Released: January 30, 2019
Of course Jimin may have accidentally revealed the news a few days prior during a V live video as well.
Jin – ‘이 밤 (Tonight)’
Released: June 04, 2019
For the 2019 BTS Festa, Jin released his first original song “(Tonight),” an emotional track about his beloved pets that he’d had to say goodbye to.
Jungkook – ‘Euphoria’ (DJ Swivel Forever Mix)
Released: June 10, 2019
Also for the 2019 BTS Festa, they released the DJ Swivel Forever Mix of “Euphoria” and made all ARMYs emotional with the video that went along with it.
V – ‘Winter Bear’
Released: August 9, 2019
Most recently, V dropped an all English original song “Winter Bear” without warning! The title comes from the nickname “Baby Bear” that V’s parents called him as a child.
Carnival Row is fantasy that fucks.
Will Byers’s story line in Stranger Things season 3 reminded me exactly why I love this show so much.
Ahead of the closing of Puffs, Hypable interviewed the four remaining members of the original cast, who will have been with Puffs from its humble beginnings to the very end: Zac Moon (Wayne Hopkins), Andy Miller (Leanne), Stephen Stout (Ernie Mac, and a producer on the show), and Madeleine Bundy (Susie Bones/Harry Potter, and the designer of the show).
The gravity of the Last of Us gay representation cannot be overstated, as it brings LGBTQ+ people to the frontlines of mainstream action/adventure video games for the first time.
There’s not much to be surprised by in The Kitchen, unless you weren’t expecting the body count, but then you probably didn’t know what you were getting into.
The final trailer for the upcoming season of 13 Reasons Why reveals the season’s big murder — and that nearly everyone had a motive for doing it.
The trailer for the holiday romantic comedy Last Christmas starring Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding is here and it is completely adorable.
LGBTQ+ adoption is something Supergirl should explore, just not yet
Looks like fans of Netflix’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before will get to spend next Valentine’s Day weekend with Lara Jean Covey, Peter Kavinsky, and John Ambrose!
An adaptation of Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast is making its way to the small screen.