The newest track and the first collaboration between Kpop artist Jungkook from BTS and musician Charlie Puth, “Left and Right,” is now out!
Since Puth began giving out hints about the highly anticipated collaboration last week, fans and ARMY all around the world have been patiently waiting for the song. As one could anticipate from the two musical geniuses Puth and Jung kook, the song is vibrant, upbeat, yet calming.
The American singer teased fans and the ARMY by releasing the song’s audio early on Friday morning before presenting them with the official music video for “Left and Right” with Jungkook.In a little teaser of the music video that Puth had previously posted, the two vocalists could be seen having fun and singing their hearts out.
The two singers infused the song with their particular brand of funk, exactly like in the teaser. Jung kook and Puth also displayed their colorful attire while surrounded by colorful, lively settings.
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The fact that this is Jung kook’s debut collaboration for a music video and a song outside of his Korean pop band BTS makes “Left and Right” a unique production for many reasons. Interesting to note is that Puth is one of his preferred musicians.
The 24yearold, referred to as the golden maknae of BTS, has frequently praised Puth and expressed his wish to collaborate with the ‘Attention’ singer in the past.
Jung kook, the world is now yours! Manifest. The musician did have the opportunity to realize his dream a few years prior to the pandemic when Puth performed on stage with BTS at the MBC Plus x Genie Music Awards.
Ruth sang the song “We Don’t Talk Anymore” and was joined on stage by Jung kook before the other BTS members also took the stage.
Every music streaming service, including Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, and others, has made the song available. It’s free to download “Left and Right.” The song “Left and Right” received over 500K plays on Spotify within 20 minutes of its release.
Since the seven-member Kpop group, comprised of Jin, RM, Suga, J-hope, Jimin, V, and Jung kook, announced that they were taking a sabbatical as a group to focus more on their solo projects, this is the first significant collaboration by a member of BTS outside the band.