BTS Army, rise! There is more production-related information from Crush and J-“Rush Hope’s Hour” video to savor. On Wednesday, October 12, BTS’ official YouTube channel posted a video detailing J-experience Hope’s making the music video.
The BTS rapper is briefly seen in the video’s opening moments on the set before he enters the green room. “You are my only hope.” I got this from Crush. With flowers and a handwritten note, he nicely adorned my green room. How heartfelt!” J-Hope smiled as she stated. That is correct for today! This is my first appearance. It’s my first song with a solo feature. For my career as well, this is a significant step. The day of the music video filming has arrived.
J-Hope described his part in the song in between clips of him performing flawless choreography with dancers in the video’s New York City, urban-inspired environment. “My lyrics in the song are about my thoughts on traffic and my sense of direction,” he said in more explanation. I’m hoping you like it. It isn’t very hefty. Everyone can love it because it contains the chorus and so many other components.
When BTS fans see their behind-the-scenes film, Crush, who appears in the video with J-Hope, kindly asks them to wish him well and keep an eye on him. He locks his hands in a faux prayer and bows to the camera. The two stopped filming for a moment and posed for pictures.
Near the end of their shoot, Crush and J-Hope reconcile as the BTS rapper says goodbye to the “Rush Hour” singer. J-Hope gives the camera one more aside and says, “I think it’ll be one of the projects I’ll never forget,” as the camera team applauds them for their pleasant embrace.