The song will appear on Suga's forthcoming debut solo album, 'D-Day', which will arrive on April 21 and wiill be followed by a solo documentary titled 'Road to D-Day'.

AceShowbiz - Suga, also known as August D, returned with a new single ahead of the release of his debut solo album, "D-Day". On Friday, April 7, the BTS (Bangtan Boys) member released an IU-assisted song called "People Pt.2" and its visuals.

"So time is yet now, right here to go/ I know, you know, anything does know," IU opens the track. "So time is yet now, right here to go/ Nobody doesn't know anymore."

While IU doesn't appear in the music video, Suga can be seen writing music, rapping and daydreaming at his home. "This thing called love/ Maybe it's just a momentary list of emotions/ It's conditional, what is it that I love?" he raps.

"Wasn't loved enough as a kid/ That's why I'm the cautious type/ I want, a sincere connection with others/ Forever's something like a sand castle, you know," the South Korean star continues. "It comes crumbling down at the calmest of waves/ What is it about loss that makes us so sad?/ Really, it's the dread that makes us so sad."

Suga is set to release his debut solo album, "D-Day", on April 21 under the name August D. It will be followed by a solo documentary titled "Road to D-Day" and the April 26 start to his first-ever solo world tour.

"This is my first time walking down this road," Suga explained of the tour in the trailer for this forthcoming documentary. "I'm really excited right now."

"Whenever a concert ends, and I go in [and say] 'Ah, I'm tired.' No, like, it's my first time doing this in my life!" the rapper further gushed. "Even in Korea I've never done this before."

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