BTS rapper J-Hope will release his own mixtape in March.

The 24-year-old K-pop star posted a teaser video from the studio on the BTS official Twitter account Thursday after announcing his first solo mixtape will debut March 2.

The clip shows J-Hope hard at work on the project. The rapper has yet to share further details, although fans have dubbed the mixtape "Hixtape" on social media.

"Mix!! #HopeWorld #jhopeMixtape," J-Hope captioned the post.

BTS' agency, Big Hit Entertainment, confirmed J-Hope's plans Friday, according to The Korea Herald. The rapper's bandmates RM and Suga previously released solo mixtapes in 2015 and 2016, respectively.

J-Hope had mentioned the project last week as he and the other members of BTS wished fans a happy Lunar New Year.

"I think many meaningful things will happen to me, as I was born in the Year of the Dog," he said. "I want to share a mixtape I've been working on as soon as possible."

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