Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage/Getty Images
BTS Drop Juice WRLD Collab, "All Night," In Lead Up To BTS World Release
New music Friday is always a good day, especially when your favorite artist drops a hot new bop you can't stop playing.
Well, K-pop heartthrobs BTS are always ones to warm their fans' hearts, and today they did just that, with a smooth new song, "All Night," featuring rising Chicago rapper Juice WRLD. The song features just RM and Suga of BTS, two of the group's rappers, and was produced by RM and Powers Pleasant.
The new single is the third release from the band's forthcoming BTS World Soundtrack, the musical accompaniment to their new mobile game of the same name. Both the soundtrack and game, where you can play the role of young Jin, V, Jungkook, Jimin, J-Hope, Suga and RM's manager, back when they formed the fab 7 squad, are due out next week. The game will be available to download in the U.S. on June 25 and the soundtrack drops June 28.
"All Night" marks the third week of releases for BTS, following last week's Mura Masa-produced summer-ready jam, "A Brand New Day," led by J-Hope and V, along with Swedish pop songstress Zara Larsson. The group tapped British alt-pop queen Charli XCX for the first BTS World song, the anthemic "Dream Glow," released June 7.
BTS have had a big year so far, taking over their first GRAMMYs, being named one of the "100 most influential people" by Time, channeling the Beatles on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, launching a crowd-sourced database dedicated to their fans, continually breaking records, and more.