BigHit Entertainment surprise-dropped a new music video for his album Agust D-2 ‘Daechwita’. Featuring band member Suga, the track comes after fan speculation of a mixtape. It all started last night when Suga shared the first look of himself for D-2 and now, we officially have the much-awaited video.
If you’re a big fan of BTS members and their dramatic costume changes, which I’m guessing you are then you are in for a total treat. In the ‘Daechwita’ music video, Suga can be seen in a dual role. One is a King, as he boldly proclaims and the other is a rebellious commoner who’d totally go up against the King. He goes from rapping “Who’s the king, who’s the boss” to singing “This country’s too small to hold me”. Yup, nobody’s messing with Yoonji now. The culmination of the video is a Suga vs Suga face off, teasing a combat scene packed with fan service. And by fan service, I mean that amazing sword dance. Suga is delightful in the music video that looks like it’s going to be a total power jam for fans.
Now for some context, Daechwita is a genre of Korean military music. It’s traditionally performed as marching beats set to percussion and wind instruments. The upbeat tone of the music comes from that element and Suga owns it with his powerful vocals. For ARMYs, the video is nothing short of astounding and worth every second of the countdown teaser trending on BigHit’s twitter handle.
Suga dropped his first mixtape Agust D back in 2016 and fans have been waiting for another round of it for a while and now their patience has been rewarded. Meanwhile, in other Suga news, ‘Eight’, IU And Suga’s Dreamy Music Video Is Out And It’s Already Breaking Records!
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