BTSJimin has officially released his highly anticipated second solo album MUSE.

The news was first shared via BIGHIT Music‘s post on WeVerse, with the official statement saying, “Following his first solo album, ‘FACE,’ where he sought to explore his true identity, ‘MUSE’ documents his journey in search of the source of his inspiration,” reads BigHit Music’s post on Weverse, which notes that the project will showcase “Jimin’s expanded musical spectrum.”

The recently released album features seven tracks, including the previously released singles “Closer Than This” and “Smeraldo Garden Marching Band.” Also included within the record’s tracklist is a collaboration with American musician and former Disney alumna, Sofia Carson, on the track “Slow Dance.” This release comes less than a year and a half after Jimin’s debut solo album, FACE, which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 in 2023.

Jimin’s solo career began in 2018 with the single “Promise.” He made history five years later by becoming the first South Korean soloist to top the Billboard Hot 100 with “Like Crazy.” Additionally, “Set Me Free, Pt. 2” from his debut album reached No. 30 on the chart.

This news comes in the middle of Jimin’s 18-month mandatory military service, which he began in December alongside fellow BTS members V, Jung Kook, and RM. With Jin having just completed his service, BTS is expected to resume full band activities in 2025.

Though majority of the BTS members are still active in their military service, that isn’t stopping them from releasing music. Just recently, Jung Kook released the single “Never Let Go” earlier this month, while RM also released his second solo album, Right Place, Wrong Person, last May 24, and V (Taehyung) dropped a single earlier in March titled “FRI(END)S.”

Listen to Jimin’s latest album MUSE album below: