Big Hit Music unveils the meaning of each song in the tracklist of BTS' RM's upcoming album Right Place, Wrong Person

Big Hit Music unveils the meaning of each song in the tracklist of BTS
Big Hit Music unveils the meaning of each song in the tracklist of BTS' RM's upcoming album, Right Place, Wrong Person (Image via @BIGHIT_MUSIC/X)

On May 18, 2024, Big Hit Music unveiled the meaning of BTS' RM's tracklist from his upcoming second full-length album, Right Place, Wrong Person. The agency explained each song's significance via the South Korean media outlet OSEN.

The agency disclosed LOST! as the title track of the album. It has been described as an alternative pop record having a fast tempo, while another melody titled Right People, Wrong Place delves into an expression of inner dilemma.

RM's forthcoming album features the following tracks:

  • Right People, Wrong Place
  • Nuts
  • out of love
  • Domodachi (feat. Little Simz)
  • ? (Interlude)
  • Groin
  • Heaven
  • LOST!
  • Around the world in a day (feat. Moses Sumney)
  • ㅠㅠ (Credit Roll)
  • Come back to Me

Exploring the meaning of each song from BTS' RM's upcoming album, Right Place, Wrong Person

BTS' RM's album titled Right Place, Wrong Person features eleven tracks and is slated to be released on May 24, 2024, at 1 PM KST through Big Hit Music. It is distributed by YG PLUS and HYBE LABELS.

The title track, LOST!, aims to convey a message of hope that if Kim Namjoon gets lost with his close friends, he will be fine. Kim Han-joo from the Korean indie rock band (SILICA GEL) has participated in the composition of this track, which is an alternative pop record with a fast tempo.

Secondly, Right People, Wrong Place intends to express an individual's inner confusion musically. The other melody, Nuts, is about solving the complaints rising out of human relationships in a gentle and calm manner, while out of love talks about the tale of an individual who has stopped believing in love.

Meanwhile, Domodachi (feat. Little Simz) expresses the feeling of happiness that stems out of the act of dancing with friends. Another track, ? (interlude) depicts flashy performances accompanied by variations.

On the other hand, Groin presents a unique perspective and expresses one's desire to tell stories to people they despise. It is described as an honest track aiming to provide a reality check to the other person that an individual does not like.

BTS' RM's upcoming track titled Heaven from Right Place, Wrong Person album aims to deliver a contrasting message, unlike its romantic title. It conveys the message that "I would rather take my heaven,'' instead of being someone else's paradise. The track thus focuses on the concept of self-love, and personal happiness, rather than being someone else's source of comfort.

Moving on to the next track, Around the world in a day intends to convey the message, "I will love even your lies." It hints that BTS' RM seems to believe the false promises that are made by significant others under the disguise of love.

The second last track ㅠㅠ (Credit Roll) from Right Place, Wrong Person throws a question to the listeners whether they will continue to remain here to experience the unique world of music designed by BTS' RM.

Come Back to Me is the pre-release single which dropped on May 10, 2024. It delves into an individual crossing different dimensions and living in multiple relationships, showcasing the two sides of the world. Initially, one side of life sheds light on the confusion and frustration that stems out of a relationship. The other side focuses more on dealing with negative feelings optimistically.

Kim Namjoon has participated in writing the lyrics of this album, along with many other renowned artists. Silica Gel's Kim Han-joo, DOMi & JD DECK, Baming Tiger's San Yawn, Moses Sumney, Little Simz, Oh Hyuk from band Hyukoh, Kuo from Sunset Rollercoaster, JNKYRD, and others have also contributed to the composition of the album.

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