BTS‘ J-Hope shook off the quarantine blues on Monday (April 27) by hosting a livestream for his ARMY of fans.
Wearing an oversized Balenciaga track jacket, bucket hat and face mask, the K-pop star danced his way through the hour-long live-stream — warming up to Sasha Sloan‘s “Normal” and numerous songs from the late Japanese producer Nujabes’ 2005 LP Modal Soul, before performing solo choreography to Travis Scott‘s No. 1 hit “Highest in the Room” and “Bandit,” Juice WRLD‘s 2019 collab with YoungBoy Never Broke Again.
J-Hope then went on to mix old and new hip-hop, running through classics like The Notorious B.I.G.‘s 1997 No. 1 hit “Hypnotize,” Lil Kim‘s 2006 single “Put Your Lighters Up” and Flipmode Squad‘s 1998 hit “Cha Cha Cha” before tackling Drake‘s viral “Toosie Slide.”
The BTS member streamed his dance party for one just a single day before the K-pop boy band announced the postponement of their entire Map of the Sould world tour — which was set to kick off April 25 — due to the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic.
Watch J-Hope dance-filled livestream below.