Charlie Puth & BTS Army collaboration is on the way. Fans have gone crazy since the news broke out. It is like they are just waiting for the day when it will happen. Charlie Puth is a star, not only in America but around the globe. The same goes with BTS, the K-pop has managed to make a reputation for many decades now. Because of their Asian beauty, they are living in people’s hearts.
There had been many rumors about Charlie Puth & BTS Army working together on a project, but it was hard to believe since both singers have completely different genres. However, recently Puth has confirmed he works with a K-pop group composed of RM, Jimin, Suga, V, Jin and Jungkook during a KIIS FM interview on Saturday at the 2022 iHeartRadio Wango Tango festival in Los Angeles.
Puth, confirmed rumors about a possible collaboration between BTS and Wright after the “light switch” singer said he had heard chatting between them. Wright, admitted that he did not know much about the collaboration. Carlie told KIIS FM, “I heard that too and everybody in my camp doesn’t know the day it comes out.”
Although, it has been observed that he might know more about what he publicly says. In another interview, he said, “We legitimately have no idea of the day it comes out.” He added, “We do, but like we just figure it out.” Puth responded with silence, “yes, there is a collab,” Wright said. “We will leave that at that, sort of top-secret.”
It is not officially clear whether or not Charlie Puth & BTS Army will collaborate, although if it takes place it won’t be the first time they work jointly professionally. On the stage, the BTS group performed three songs with Puth at the 2018 MGA Award in Incheon, Korea. Those songs were “See you again”, “We don’t talk anymore,” and “Fake Love”. In addition to the upcoming release, both Charlie and BTS are currently preparing a new album. BTS will release proof on June 10 and Puth is preparing his third studio album. Charlie, on the other hand, has yet to make a schedule for the release.
He has also recorded his vocal parts for an upcoming collaborative album with BTS, Snoop Dogg revealed in April. As Snoop, 50, said in an interview posted to Buzz’s YouTube channel on April 26. He said, “you have to talk to them but I have my part in it.” Mogul Talk’s clubhouse program aired an interview with the, “Drop it like it’s hot” performer in February in which they discuss the collaboration.
He explained to the magazine that his nephew showed him five people who look like Asian New edition, adding that he was trying to figure out whether he had the time to do the song. He then said that his nephew told him how popular the BTS group is and I said Ok. According to Snoop, the collaboration is officially underway.
He said this in an interview with AV Club on the American song contest red carpet in March 2022. Charlie Puth said he will let the outlet know about the BTS experience which you kept talking about. He explained by saying, “It is like a referee with a whistle. I love that entertainment world.” Snoop continued. It’s good music. It’s a vibe. I make good music. They make good music. In the end, we are always bringing our worlds together. This is what we are always doing.”
Meanwhile, BTS fans are counting down the days to the release of their new album while waiting for more information about the song. Miscellany titled proof will be released by BTS. The album contains some of the biggest band’s hits along with three new songs, as well as, hand-picked solo tracks and unreleased demos. The album is said to be dropped on June 10. Three tracks have been remixed by record producer, Benny Blanco. By polling the ARMYs, they selected “life goes on”, “fake love”, and “Blood, Sweat, and Tears”.
About The BTS And Their History And Formation
As a result of meeting RM (rapper) and being impressed by his rapping skills, Big Hit Entertainment CEO Bang Si-hyuk formed BTS in 2010. On the music scene in Seoul, RM was known as an underground rapper. YG’s entertainment 1 TYM was originally planned to be BTS’s hip-hop counterpart, but Bang illustrated to establish an idol group reminiscent of Seo Taiji and Boys a popular group during the 90s. Due to strict regulations governing k-pop bands at the time of BTS’s formation, BTS’s songs were less socially conscious than that of Taiji. Bang deemed an idol group to be more marketable because album sales were slumping across the music industry.