The lineup of the Lollapalooza music festival which was unveiled earlier had a surprise addition of the band’s rapper Jung Hoseok aka J-Hope. Hobi will be headlining Lollapalooza, making him the first South Korean artist to “headline a main stage at a major U.S. music festival.”
The Lollapalooza will be a four day festival in Chicago starting on July 28 and concluding on July 31.
J-Hope shared the news with his Instagram fam and called it a thrilling challenge. He wrote, “This is going to be my first performance at @lollapalooza It’s a thrilling new challenge that I think will become a really memorable chapter in my musical history! I’m gonna give you guys a great show. Get ready to get crazyyyyyy! “
J-Hope along with his fellow BTS members RM, Jin, Jimin, Suga, V and Jungkook are all set for the release of their anthology album Proof. Last evening, they dropped the highly anticipated teaser of BTS’ Yet To Come, which is a part of their comeback album.
BTS will also release two other new songs titled Run BTS and For Youth as part of Proof. The album, an anthology, drops on June 10 ahead of BTS’ ninth debut anniversary.