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BTS J-Hope becomes first ever Korean artist to headline LOLLAPALOOZA 2022

South Korean famous music band BTS star J-Hope will perform this month as the final show at the annual Lollapalooza show in Chicago, becoming the first South Korean artist to headline a major music festival in the US.

28 year old J-Hope, who debuted with BTS in 2013 and released his first solo mixtape five years later, is due to end the four-day Lollapalooza festival with a performance on the main stage on July 31, according to Live. national entertainment.

J-Hope’s bill comes just a month after the seven members of BTS said they were taking a break from music ventures as a group to pursue solo projects. Live Nation also announced that five-member South Korean boy band Tomorrow X Together, also known as TXT, is set to perform at Lollapalooza on July 30, marking their US festival debut.

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J-Hope, a rapper, songwriter and dancer, was the third member to join BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys, as a septet trainee after RM and Suga.

According to Wikipedia, his 2018 debut solo mixtape “Hope World” peaked at number 38 on the Billboard 200, making him the highest-earning Korean solo artist on the US album chart at the time.

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