Quick Facts of RM
|Net Worth||$8.3 million|
|Height||5 ft 11 in|
|Date of Birth||12 September, 1994|
RM, also known as Rap Monster and Kim Namjoon, is a well-known South Korean rapper, songwriter, and record producer best known for being the leader of the biggest K-pop boy band, “BTS.” RM has been a significant and integral part of BTS for over 8 years as of 2021, having debuted officially as BTS in 2013.
The band has broken many records and made history by being the first Korean band to be nominated for a Grammy in 2021.
RM Bio, Age, Parents, Education
RM was born in Dongjak-gu, Seoul, South Korea, on September 12, 1994. Kim Nam-Joon is his given name. He is a South Korean citizen. Nam-Joon is of Asian descent, and his zodiac sign is Virgo.
RM was born in Dongjak-gu, the eldest child of his parents, and was raised in IIsan-gu, where his family relocated when he was four years old, along with his younger sister, Kim Geong Min. While attending Apgujeong High School, he excelled in academics, ranking in the top 1% of the nation in university entrance exams for language, math, foreign language, and social studies.
He then went to Global Cyber University and majored in Broadcasting and Performing Art with honors. He enrolled in Hanyang Cyber University’s Master of Business Administration program in Advertising and Media in 2019, alongside Suga and J-Hope.
With a height of 5ft. 11in. (18.81 m) and a body weight of 78kg (172 lbs). He has a light skin tone, a long face, black hair, and tiny black eyes.
RM began his career by joining a small company called Big Hit Entertainment via Pdogg, during which he was trained for three years alongside members J-Hope and Suga. On June 13, 2013, RM and the other six members made their debut as a K-pop boy band, “BTS,” on Mnet’s M Countdown with the song “No More Dream” from their debut single album, “2 Cool 4 Skool.”
He has since recorded and written lyrics for a number of tracks on all of BTS’s releases, establishing himself as the band’s undisputed leader and main rapper.
In 2014, he released his first solo work as a member of BTS, the rap track “Intro: What Am I to You?” He has worked with a variety of artists around the world, including Warren G on “P.D.D(Please Don’t Die),” MFBTY’s on “Bucku Bucku,” Marvel on the “Fantastic Four” soundtrack, and Wale on “Change.”
RM released his first solo mixtape, “RM,” on March 17, 2015. He also appeared on the talk show ‘Hot Brain: Problematic Men.’ In 2017, RM and Fall Out Boy collaborated on a remix of the song “Champion.” RM became the first K-pop artist to chart on the Rock Digital Songs chart on December 27.
The band released its first-ever English album, “BE,” in 2020, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, with the lead single “Dynamite.” They made history by becoming the first Koreans to top the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in a row with the iconic hit. He has written and composed over 100 songs as of 2021.
RM’s Relationship Status
RM has never been in a relationship. He has kept his personal details so private that he does not even have personal social media profiles other than his Weverse website, where he interacts with his fans, and their group’s Twitter and Instagram accounts.
RM’s Net Worth
Starting as a small label with six members living in a flat room sharing beds, RM and band have progressed to becoming one of the most important sources of revenue for their country. His approximate net worth is $8.3 million dollars.
Social Media: Instagram, Twitter
He is currently active on Instagram and Twitter. He has a strong following of 5.4 million followers on Instagram and 7.3 million followers on