Along with the release of the highly-anticipated visuals, the South Korean group unveils their latest album ‘Map of the Soul: Persona’, which features a collaboration with Ed Sheeran on track ‘Make It Right’.
- Apr 12, 2019
It’s finally here, guys! After much anticipation, BTS (Bangtan Boys) unveiled the music video for their comeback song “Boy With Luv” featuring Halsey on Friday, April 12 local time as promised. The colorful visuals features the seven members of the K-Pop sensation falling into the “Without You” songstress’ charm.
The four-minute video opens with Halsey closing a ticketing booth. The scene then changes to show BTS singing and dancing to the song, which talks about someone who is head over heels for their loved ones. Halsey appears once again in the latter part of the clip, making RM (Rap Monster) and the others captivated by her beauty.
Later on, the 24-year-old joins the group dancing as she provides backing vocals to the song. “I want something stronger/ Than a moment, than a moment, love,” they sing together. “Love is nothing stronger/ Than a boy with luv.”
Fans were understandably excited over the music video, with a lot of them posting gushing messages in the comment section. Someone admitted that she needed “CPR” after watching the visuals, while another said, “Love this comeback eveeeeerr!! BOY WITH LOVE!!!! Can’t get enough I miss them. As Always they are the best!!”
“Boy with Luv” is the lead single off BTS’ new album, “Map of the Soul: Persona”, which hit the stores on the same day as the music video’s release. The pre-orders for the mini album surpassed more than 3 million copies hours before its release. Besides Halsey, the South Korean heartthrobs also collaborate with Ed Sheeran on the album, joining forces on a track titled “Make It Right”.
Following the release of “Map of the Soul: Persona”, BTS is expected to make their “Saturday Night Live” debut on April 13, serving as the musical guest. Emma Stone is hosting the highly-anticipated episode.
Published at Fri, 12 Apr 2019 09:49:03 +0000