BTS’ RM announces new solo album, Right Place, Wrong Person

BTS' RM has announced his second solo album 'Right Place, Wrong Person', which will release on May 24.



RM has announced his second solo album Right Place, Wrong Person
RM has announced his second solo album Right Place, Wrong Person

RM has announced his second solo album, ‘Right Place, Wrong Person’.

The BTS superstar, 29, will release the record on May 24, with pre-orders available today (26.04.24).

In a statement, RM’s label Big Hit Music said: “We are pleased to announce the release of ‘Right Place, Wrong Person’, BTS member RM’s second solo album.

“‘Right Place, Wrong Person’ is an 11-track album that captures some of the universal emotions we all experience at some point in life, such as the feeling of being an outsider who doesn’t fit in.

“The album falls within the alternative genre, boasting a rich sound coupled with frank, honest lyrics.

“Your anticipation and support for RM and his second solo album would be much appreciated.”

RM released his debut solo album, ‘Indigo’, in 2022.

Meanwhile, the South Korean boy band – also comprising J-hope, Jin, SUGA, V, Jungkook and Jimin - plan to reunite in 2025.

BTS revealed at their annual FESTA dinner, in 2022, that they would be focusing on solo projects and military service.

Noting a conversation he had with his bandmate Suga during a livestream on Weverse, RM said in 2023: "He told me that there were a great number of ARMY [their fans] across the globe wanting the seven of us to reunite and perform again."

He continued: “But as I’m working on my solo project, I keep thinking this way: ‘This is like a vacation’.

“What I mean by that is that it’s a kind of vacation that we, BTS and ARMY, need to take to successfully come back as a whole. So, I believe all our solo activities are important trips for our next chapter, and they’re also trips which we must go on in order to safely come back home."

RM insisted: “We’ll be joining together again. And that will be in 2025.”