BTS' Suga recently took fans by surprise when he disclosed that his upcoming solo album, "D-DAY," would signify the end of his Agust D trilogy. In an emotional exchange with IU on her YouTube talk show, "IU's Palette," Suga delved into the rationale behind retiring his alter-ego, Agust D, and gave fans a rare look into the sentimental voyage that brought him to this point.
As of 9 a.m. on April 8(KST), "People Pt.2 (feat. IU)," a pre-release track from Suga's solo album "D-DAY," has reached No.1 on the iTunes 'Top Songs' charts in 87 countries and regions, including the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada.
The official trailer for 'SUGA: Road to D-DAY,' a music road movie documenting the journey of BTS' Suga as he collaborates with artists from various cities around the world and searches for new stories to tell through his music, has been released.
BTS's Suga is set to embark on a global solo adventure in his upcoming Disney+ documentary, "SUGA: Journey to D-DAY." The 30-year-old South Korean rapper shared a teaser for the documentary on BTS' official YouTube Channel, "BangtanTV," on Thursday.