BTS is one popular band and the members have a huge fan following. Now, in an interview to Rolling Stone, RM aka Kim Namjoon spoke about many things which might of interest to fans.
Talking about what inspired him, RM said, “I started with Nas, Eminem, the golden age of hip-hop. And the turning point was Drake, in 2009, when he released So Far Gone. That album was kind of shocking for me because it was kind of a freaky thing that a rapper actually sang.” He said that after that a lot of rappers began to sing, deciding to put the melodies into their songs across the genres, between raps and melody. It was that moment that changed his life and inspired him in his music career.
Being the only member of BTS who is fluent in English, he always heads and takes care of the international projects and communicating with fans. RM is known to keep the boys grounded. Even the boys respect RM a lot. The members have time and again stated how RM takes the blame when something goes wrong and heaps praise on members when everything works out great.
He was earlier skeptical about releasing songs in English, but the success of Dynamite changed it all. He had revealed, "Yeah, I admit that I had an interview some time ago where I said that I think it won’t be BTS anymore if we sing in English. I admit it. At that time, that was my real, honest thing. I think I have to now admit that many things have changed: the virus and pandemic, [the fact that] we can’t be on stage and have concerts anymore. Many things have changed, and my thoughts and my mind and myself have also changed, and now we’re giving a little crazy shot called Dynamite. That’s all I can say."
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