‘Minors Not Allowed’ At BTS (RM) Kim Namjoon’s Special ‘Indigo’ Concert, Here’s Why2 min read
The BTS leader Kim Namjoon aka RM is preparing to unveil his first solo album ‘Indigo’ on December 2. The rapper-singer recently announced that he will be hosting a special event for 200 fans and that minors under the age of 18 will not be allowed entry.
“Minors not allowed”
The stunning surprise made the BigHit fans laugh and excited, but they were also perplexed by the warning that “Minors not allowed” to attend this event. The artist also went into detail about how the party would work; according to his agency, seating will take place in a series of four sessions, each with a batch of only 50 individuals. There won’t be a wait because the taping venue’s capacity is limited, the agency added.
Participants won’t be allowed to leave the program mid-recording, according to a statement from the RM agency, and only ARMY members who have already purchased the “Indigo” set or the “book edition+postcard edition” from the Reverse Shop will be permitted entrance. One cannot enter without fulfilling both requirements, while the final winners for entrance will only be chosen through a raffle mechanism.
Kim Namjoon’s Debut Album
The release date of Kim Namjoon’s debut full-length solo album, “Indigo,” has been announced by his management company BigHit for December 2. The song “Indigo” carries the singer’s love for singing as well as life, as well as his concerns and worries. Since 2019, he has been working on the album.
The singer has already published his mixtapes, “RM” and “MONO,” which demonstrate his musical skill and potential.
Many admirers of the performer as well as the musicians of his group BTS are shocked and interested in this statement as the BigHit agency stipulated that minors were not permitted to participate in the event. The internet is already flooded with fan theories about the singer’s whereabouts and anticipated behavior there.