Bts: Charlie Puth and Jungkook Share ‘left and Right’ Teaser, Tomorrow’s Mv to Be Released
Singer Charlie Puth has released a clip from his upcoming music video, Left and Right, alongside BTS’ Jeon Jungkook, almost a week after announcing their collaboration. The video clip depicts the We Don’t Talk Anymore singer and BTS’s Golden Maknae enjoying themselves together while dressed colorfully. Charlie shared the clip while announcing the music video’s official release tomorrow.
The release of Left and Right (feat. BTS’s Jung Kook) is this Friday at 12 a.m. ET/1 p.m. KST, he said. On that day, the official music video debuts.
Partnership Since There Has Been a Lot of Hype About It
It goes without saying that ARMYs are very happy about this partnership since there has been a lot of hype about it. Fans can’t believe the “dream collaboration” will be released in one day. The admirers were particularly interested in how Jungkook appeared in pink.
Back in 2018, the two singers worked together for a special performance of Charlie Puth‘s smash song “We Don’t Talk Anymore” at the MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards in Korea.
In the meantime, BTS recently revealed that they will be taking a break from one another in order to concentrate on solo projects. In addition to Jungkook, other BTS members Taehyung, Jin, Jimin, RM, J-Hope, and Suga are also focusing on their individual ventures. For a spin-off of In the Soop, V, as Kim Taehyung, will reunite with his fellow South Korean business colleagues, known as the Wooga Squad.
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While J-Hope Will Be the First South Korean Artist to Appear at Lollapalooza’s Headlining Slot
While J-Hope will be the first South Korean performer to headline Lollapalooza, the music festival. His performance will go down in history as the first South Korean performer to lead the main stage at a significant US music event. In the historic Grant Park, which is situated between the Chicago skyline and the Lake Michigan shoreline, Lollapalooza is held every year. The main music event will begin on July 28 and run through July 31.
BTS released their anthology album Proof to commemorate their 9th anniversary before announcing their sabbatical.