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beautiful selection of songs. I love how every song puts you into a certin mode. it is amazing. cant help but to listen to it over and over. amazing delivery for both rapping and singing. thank you for sharing it with us.
Suga/Agust D shows off his love for music. Full of experimental beats. He truly is leading the industry forward. Update: Yoongi don’t mind what the haters say. Antis are making a big deal out of it and people are just jumping on the hate train. You are still a musical genius and your heart is gold!
This mixtape is like when you make that perfect piece of toast and the butter is melted just enough to spread on smooth and creamy. Or when you cut into a fresh baked pie in the piece comes out without breaking apart. It is simply a masterpiece full of great collaborations beautiful beats and beyond genius lyrics but I wouldn’t expect less from the boss himself 10 out of 10 will play at my wedding! #OT7 #💜
I don’t have to say any more. The songs were carefully crafted with messages and feelings woven into them. So if you should take the time to read the lyrics and truly understand the beauty of this album.
They had me hooked with Daechwita. Insert the traditional Korean instuments and vocals and insert one Agust D spitting literal fire. We're waited years for his return and we are not disappointed. Each track show the time and care only Suga could put in. Who's the King? Who's the Boss? Agust D
yoongi literally never fails to impress me. whether it’s suga from BTS or agust d, yoongi proves time and time again that he is a musical genius. thanks for all the hard work, you really hit the nail with this one!!!
From the very first track “Moonlight” to the very end with “Dear My Friend”, this album is a masterpiece. Daechwita will amp you up and Interlude: Set me Free will chill you out. Agust D is a true master working his craft on this album.
A beautifully written story by Min Yoongi and his life that is effected daily by media, journalists, fans, and mob mentality. I can’t express this enough, he calls all of them out one by one so eloquently. Min Yoongi sets these traps out one by one waiting for these people (haters) to be caught and lash back for being called out. He laughs it off though and goes on with his life because “if the shoe fits” then you just outed yourself. “What Do You Think?” Is personally my favorite on this album because it expresses the mob mentality of fan bases and journalists and how people are so quick to jump at his throat if they think he’s messed up. Another favorite of mine is “Hansool” which expresses Yoongi’s everyday life and how he works, eats, sleeps and repeats because their isn’t time for rest in idol life styles. He wishes for the normalcy and freedom of everyday people but doesn’t want to give up his career, an internal battle. I hope that you all throughly read these lyrics and understand them from Min Yoongi’s point of view. Do not misrepresent or misunderstand him because this is truly an album that expresses his life as a 26 year old man, South Korean, and idol.