BTS member Suga’s solo track “D-Day” has been making waves among fans worldwide, and now the producer behind the song has opened up about his initial impressions of the rapper and his experience working with him.
In a recent interview, the producer, known as Hiss Noise, revealed that he was initially skeptical about collaborating with Suga on the song. Despite hearing a lot about Suga’s skills as a rapper, he had not been impressed by what he had seen of him in person.
However, after spending some time with Suga in the studio, Hiss Noise said that he was blown away by the rapper’s talent and dedication. He praised Suga for his ability to quickly come up with ideas and for his attention to detail in the recording process.
Hiss Noise was particularly impressed by Suga’s work ethic and his commitment to making “D-Day” the best it could be. He added that working with Suga had been a great learning experience for him as well.
“D-Day” is one of the tracks on Suga’s latest mixtape, “D-2,” which was released last year. The song showcases Suga’s signature rap style and features lyrics that touch on themes of perseverance and overcoming obstacles.
Suga, whose real name is Min Yoongi, is a beloved member of BTS known for his skill as a rapper and producer. He has released several solo tracks over the years and has also produced and written songs for other artists.
Despite Hiss Noise’s initial skepticism, his experience working with Suga on “D-Day” underscores the rapper’s talent and dedication to his craft. As BTS continues to dominate the music industry, it’s clear that Suga’s contributions to the group’s success are not to be underestimated.