RM is coming back with new music.

After posting a series of photos on Instagram — which many fans speculated to mean new music, the rapper and leader of globally renowned pop group BTS confirmed that he will be releasing a new solo album. The announcement was made today (April 25) via Weverse, stating that RM’s sophomore solo album, titled Right Place, Wrong Person, will be dropping this May 24 at 1 PM KST (12 PM PHT).

The record — which is said to fall under alternative — will feature 11 tracks that “captures some of the universal emotions that we all experience at some point in life, such as the feeling of being an outsider who doesn’t fit in.”


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The album — which comes in multiple variants — is now available for pre-order via Weverse Shop, either as a set or individually.

Right Place, Wrong Person will follow RM’s first solo album, Indigo which was released in December 2022. Resembling a diary recounting the last years of his youth, the record featured collaborations with Erykah Badu, Anderson .Paak, Paul Blanco, Mahalia, and more. In 2023, RM also joined forces with So!YoON! of Korean indie band Se So Neon for her single “Smoke Sprite”.

BTS as a whole are currently all fulfilling their mandatory military service. As a group, they released their anthology album — which featured original demos of their older songs — in June 2022, leading up to their 9th anniversary.

As we wait for RM’s Right Place, Wrong Person, listen to Indigo here.