BTS' Jimin is making his late night solo debut on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'

If you are a fan of BTS, you probably know that Jimin is one of the most talented and versatile members of the group. He is not only a vocalist and dancer, but also a songwriter and producer. 

He has released several solo songs under BTS' name, such as "Lie", "Serendipity", and "Filter", which have all charted on South Korea's Gaon Digital Chart. He also released his first credited solo song, "Promise", in 2018, which he co-wrote.

But now, Jimin is ready to take his solo career to the next level.

 He is making his late night show solo debut appearance on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' next week on March 23 and 24. 

This is a huge milestone for him, as he will be showcasing his own music and personality to millions of viewers around the world.

On March 17, 'The Tonight Show' announced Jimin's appearance on Twitter, revealing that he would be sitting down for an interview with host Jimmy Fallon on the 23rd, and performing his solo debut track from his upcoming album 'Face', which drops the same day, on the 24th.

Jimin has already given us a taste of what to expect from his album with his pre-release single "Set Me Free Pt.2", which he dropped on March 17.

The song features a majestic choir backing, a booming hip-hop beat, and urgent Auto-Tuned vocals. It is an intense song that expresses Jimin's determination, passion, and overcoming of obstacles. He said that the title is about him setting himself free from any limitations or expectations.

Jimin explained that he felt really attached to this song, as he went to the U.S. himself for the choir recording, and listening to it right next to them was truly amazing.