J-hope performs ‘More’ Lollapalooza, leaves ARMY enchanted with ‘Dynamite’ performance

New Delhi: The BTS craze is immeasurable. BTS members sure know how to set stage on fire. J-Hope, who recently came up with his solo album Jack In The Box, won hearts with his recent performance at Lollapalooza in Chicago. With this, the rapper scripted history becoming the first person K-pop idol to open a major US festival.

J-hope began his act by jumping out of a box. He then performed his upbeat song Chicken Noodle Soup with Becky G on stage live for the the first time. J-Hope’s performance came on day four of Lollapalooza at Grant Park in Chicago on Sunday. 

J-Hope also performed to Intro, Pandora’s Box, MORE, BTS Cypher Pt.1, Base Line, Hangsang, P.O.P, Blue Side, STOP, Safety Zone, Arson, Music Box: Reflection, Daydream, Outro: Ego, Hope World, Trivia: Just Dance, and Future among others. A video of the BTS member dancing on their popular track Dynamite (Tropical Remix) with a complete new choreography is also making rounds on the internet. After the festival, J-Hope and Jimin posed for pictures together. For the unversed, Jimin also flew down to the US to support J-hope for his Lollapalooza performance. Check out videos of their performance below:

j-hope’s Lollapalooza stream on Weverse had 14.9 Million realtime viewers! pic.twitter.com/1q7BIuaPEp

— Stats For Bangtan⁷ (@statsforbangtan) August 1, 2022

J-Hope officially makes history as the first South Korean artist to headline a main stage at a major U.S. music festival, with Lollapalooza. pic.twitter.com/F1uIWX4iEU

— Pop Base (@PopBase) August 1, 2022


J-hope – Chicken Noodle Soup @ Lollapaloozapic.twitter.com/YE6Lakf5ew

— BIGHIT INFO ✪ (@BIGHIT_INFO) August 1, 2022

J-hope – Blue Side @ Lollapalooza pic.twitter.com/L1lmTJCjiY

— K-pop Updates (@ikpop_updates) August 1, 2022

J-Hope spoke about going solo to Rolling Stone, and how difficult it was to do so, without his other six members. Calling it a lonely experience, he said, ” I miss my members. But that’s also presented good challenges — physically, energetically, and mentally — after having worked the past 10 years in a group setting. [It’s] very challenging, but also very fun. So actually, I think it’s very positive to take on new challenges, [which] are actually going to help me as a person. So I’m actually enjoying the whole process. Every moment is very fun and very new and it makes me feel like I’ve gone back to the old days.”


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