BTS and Coldplay team up for ‘My Universe’, full rollout revealed

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After rumors that BTS and Coldplay are teaming up for a song circulated months ago, two of the world’s biggest bands revealed the highly anticipated “My Universe” collaboration on Friday.

The song is about putting love first. He addresses the difficulties that two people can face “because we come from different sides”, but gives hope by adding: “I just want to put you first”, equating the person with the universe of the singer.

To add to the excitement, Parlophone Records, the UK rock band’s label, announced three more dates on Wednesday that fans should mark on their calendars.

“And we can say that Coldplayers and the military are as excited as we are!” Here are some #MYUNIVERSE dates for your diary, ”the company wrote on social media, referring to each group’s fandoms and listing a few dates to remember.

Along with the song’s release, a lyrical video for “My Universe” was released on Friday. According to the unveiled schedule, the British group and the septet will release a documentary entitled “Inside My Universe” on Sunday. Additionally, a mix of Supernova 7 and an acoustic version of the music will be available on streaming services the same day.

In April, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin flew to Seoul to work with BTS on the track, which was written in English and Korean and composed by members of both groups. At the time, Martin and BTS teased the collaboration in an 18-second TikTok clip in which the singer, wearing a BTS Crew hoodie, got stuck at the song’s chorus inside a recording studio, sending fans into turmoil.

The K-pop sensation has been busy teaming up with A-lister voices for the past few years.

In 2017, the group teamed up with Japanese-American DJ Steve Aoki on a remix of “Mic Drop”. The group also made history when the remix peaked at No. 28 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming their first song to reach the Top 40.

The K-pop group teamed up with American singer-songwriter Lauv on the remix of “Make It Right” in 2019 and also appeared on Lauv’s track “Who”.

This summer, the band released a remix of the mega-hit “Butter” with rapper Megan Thee Stallion and debuted at # 1 on the Billboard charts with “Permission To Dance,” co-written by pop star Ed Sheeran. and Johnny McDaid of the Snow Patrol.

BTS returned home Friday after a week-long trip to New York to attend the United Nations General Assembly as a special presidential envoy for future generations and culture.

By Park Jun-hee ([email protected])


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