Agust D returns with ‘Haegeum,’ a stunning collaboration with Suga of BTS
Agust D is back! The rapper and producer Suga of BTS has released his second mixtape Haegeum after four years of anticipation. The mixtape features ten tracks that showcase Agust D’s versatility, creativity, and honesty. Haegeum is a traditional Korean string instrument that produces a melancholic sound. Agust D uses this metaphor to express his struggles, emotions, and aspirations as an artist and a human being.
One of the highlights of the mixtape is the title track Daechwita, which combines traditional Korean music elements with trap beats and aggressive lyrics. The music video for Daechwita is a cinematic masterpiece depicting Agust D as a rebellious king who faces his alter ego. The video contains symbolism, references, and easter eggs that fans can enjoy deciphering.
Haegeum is a testament to Agust D’s growth and maturity as a musician and a person. He does not shy away from addressing his personal issues, such as depression, anxiety, and fame. He also explores his musical roots, influences, and identity. He delivers his message with confidence, charisma, and sincerity. Haegeum is a gift to his fans who have been waiting for his comeback and supporting him throughout his journey.
If you haven’t listened to Haegeum yet, you can stream it on various platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, and SoundCloud. You can also watch the music video for Daechwita on YouTube. Don’t miss this opportunity to witness Agust D’s artistry and talent!