Watch J-hope and TXT perform at New Year’s Eve

BTS’s J-hope and TXT were among the artists who performed at the Rockin’ 2022 New Year’s show over the weekend – check out the performances below.

On December 31, ABC welcomed 2023 with a series of live performances and more, hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Liza Koshy live from New York’s Times Square.

The K-pop icons were joined by pre-recorded Disneyland performances from the likes of Aly & AJ, Bailey Zimmerman and Shaggy, while Duran Duran also performed live from New York.

Also pre-recorded in Los Angeles were more star performances from Wiz Khalifa, Finneas and Dove Cameron.

Check out J-hope and TXT’s performances below.

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Earlier this year, J-hope spoke to NME backstage at Lollapalooza 2022 and told us what it’s like to be the first South Korean artist to headline a major American festival. He also talked about how it feels when fans support his first solo album and what’s next for BTS.

“I’ve learned a lot as an individual artist,” he said. “I think I will continue to grow through this album. I want to show even better music through my solo projects. This experience has had a positive effect on me overall.”

This summer, the 28-year-old released his first solo album, Jack In The Box. With the singles “MORE” and “Arson”, NME’s Rhian Daly praised the work with a five-star review, saying it was “exciting and full of fresh new flavour”.

TXT, for their part, have just announced the details of their upcoming mini-album, “The Name Chapter: Temptation”. The group’s new album, their fifth mini-album in total, will arrive this month following “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child” in May.

The chapter ‘The Name: Temptation’ will be released on January 27, 2023. Pre-orders are available now and more details will be announced soon, according to an announcement on Weverse.

The album was already announced in a trailer inspired by JM Barrie’s Peter Pan.

On December 3, 2022 at midnight KST, the boy band shared a six-minute trailer in which they dramatically retold the story of Peter Pan, Wendy, and Neverland through dance, using a series of animated backgrounds to set each scene. sight.

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