BTS’ V talks struggling with identity and how it inspired his choices for ‘Proof’

BTS vocalist V shared about his struggles with identity and how they influenced his song choice for the boyband’s upcoming release, ‘Proof’.

In a new video shared by boy band agency Big Hit Music, the 26-year-old male singer discussed why he chose 2018 solo track ‘Singularity’ and the song ‘0:00′. (Zero O’Clock)’ to be included in BTS’s upcoming compilation album ‘Proof’.

“I tend to think Kim Tae-hyung (singer’s real name) and artist V are separate, and think I have to choose one or the other,” he confesses in the clip, adding that the contradiction This was reflected in the music video for ‘Singularity’. “That’s when I think hard about who I am, and I feel a bit confused,” explains V.

The vocalist continued to describe his two sides: “Artist V performed on stage and mingled with ARMY. But Kim Tae-hyung spends his normal days with family and friends.”

“Now, I can accept both sides of myself, but also keep them separate,” he shares, like the process of how to reset the date at Midnight, so he chose choose to include meditating ‘0:00 (Zero O’ Clock)’ in the album. “I think all the time I have spent pondering is proof that I am who I am today,” concluded V.

BTS is currently gearing up to release their upcoming compilation album “Proof,” a 48-track compilation that includes many of the boy band’s hit singles, from Halsey’s “Boy With Luv” to debut single “No More Dream”. like three brand new songs.

Additionally, the recording will also feature a full disc of previously unreleased performances and fan favorites.

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