South Korean boy band, BTS has released a seven-track album featuring Halsey, American singer, and Ed Sheeran, English songwriter.
The group unveiled their latest Halsey-featuring single, “Boy With Luv,” on Friday, as part of their new EP “Map of the Soul: Persona,” along with the music video for the song that they have been talking about on social media all week.
— h (@halsey) April 12, 2019
The 4-minute footage sees the K-pop singers with Halsey singing and adding some great dance moves to the colourful scene.
Ed Sheeran introduces a hybrid of pop-R&B penning the lyrics for “Make It Right”, another song on the tracklist.
From an introspective angle, RM, a member of the band, delivers ‘Intro: Persona’ as a rap solo on the album.
Other songs included in the album include, ‘Mikrokosmos’, ‘Make it Right’, ‘HOME’, ‘Jamais Vu’, and ‘Dionysus’.
Barely less than a day after it was released, the music video already had 39 million views on YouTube while trending on Twitter.
Big Hit Entertainment, the band’s management company told CNN that pre-orders for the album have surpassed 3 million copies.
In 2017, the group became the first K-pop band to clinch the Billboard Music Award.
The band won against US artists like Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande and Shawn Mendes.
“Love Yourself: Answer” and “Love Yourself: Tear,” both albums, ranked number one 1 on the Billboard 100 chart in 2018.