BTS rapper J-hope makes history as he electrifies the stage with his captivating performance at the annual music festival Lollapalooza.
Hobi Supremacy at Lollapalooza
The South Korean Rapper of BTS Jung Hoseok made a phenomenal performance at Grandpark Downtown, Chicago for Lollapalooza 2022 on Sunday.
The fans enjoyed his live performance of his songs like Arson, Future, Hope World, and Daydream. Also, the rapper paid tribute to the Kpop group BTS as he performs Dynamite with his new choreography.
Social media went crazy because of the numerous videos of J-hope’s performance.
The American singer Becky G made a surprise appearance at J-hope’s performance of Chicken Noodle Soup. Army’s went wild on Twitter because of it and made it on Trending because of Hobipalooza. It was the given name to J-hope because of his performance.
The BTS member Park Jimin also came to show his love and support for his brother. He was dancing and cheering in the stands. Before the event, Jimin also shared photos of J. Cole and videos of J-hope’s performance in his Instagram stories.
This was the first performance of J-hope at Lollapalooza and he made it iconic.
J-Hope Rocked July
Before J-hope rocked the Lollapalooza, he first brought the heat last July with the newly released songs More and Arson. He also released an album named Jack In The Box.
According to the rapper, it was a lonely experience and he was missing his members. For 10 years, he was with his members and this opportunity makes him grow as an artist.
On the other hand, the vocal line Jungkook, V, Jimin, and Jin will have a new track “Bad Decisions” on August 5. This is a collaboration with Snoop Dogg and Benny Blanco. Army fans stay tuned for upcoming happenings.
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