BTS has worked with numerous songwriters and producers to achieve their amazing record catalog. However, not everything is good news for their fans, as BTS’ producer, Bram Imscore, passed away at 41 years old after he committed suicide.
On December 19, the American media outlets were in charge of bringing the unfortunate news about Bram’s death. It was reported that the producer took away his life in his home in San Francisco after struggling intensely with depression.
The short statement highlighted how nice a person he was, and how much he contributed to the music industry. He will always be remembered as someone who elevated pop music with his innate talent and innovation.
Bram Imscore collaborated with BTS in “Louder Than Bombs” which was co-written by BTS’ RM, J-Hope, and Suga for their record, “Map of the Soul: 7” in 2020. The American producer also worked with numerous artists such as Andry Grammer and Troye Sivan, for his debut album.