Agust D’s “D-2” Has Now Surpassed 400 Million Streams, The Only Album By A Korean Soloist To Hit This Milestone

“Agust D’s “D-2” Has Now Surpassed 400 Million Streams on Spotify, it is the only album by A Korean soloist to achieve this Milestone. After two years of anticipation, BTS’s Min Yoongi dropped his first 10 track mixtape Agust D on August 16, 2016. Suga, he developed the alter ego “Agust D”, which is derived from the initials DT, short for his birthplace, Daegu Town, and “Suga” spelled backwards. Agust D is the first mixtape by Agust D (also known as Suga) of BTS. It was released on August 16, 2016 as a free download with the title track used to promote the album. Suga tackles a lot of topics in just 10 short tracks including calling out naysayers, the cost of being in the limelight, and his personal battle with depression and anxiety.

Agust D talking about his mixtape

In an interview for Grazia Korea, Agust D expressed a desire to release the music he wanted to do without having to consider popular appeal or music ranking. He intended to release his music for free in the form of a mixtape to avoid such considerations, commenting that an album “has a feeling of being trapped in some sort of framework” due to the need for company involvement in promotion and advertising. much of Agust D’s inspiration for the lyrics came from his own stories of dream, youth, and reality.

he final cut of Agust D comprises ten tracks on SoundCloud and eight tracks on streaming and download service. “Intro ; Dt sugA” “Agust D” “Give It to Me” “Skit” “724148” “140503 at Dawn” “The Last” “Tony Montana” “Interlude: Dream, Reality” “So Far Away”

“Give It To Me”

“Agust D”

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Congratulations SUGA!

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