BTS to reportedly collaborate with Justin Bieber in second re-issue of Justice
The collaboration between BTS and Justin Bieber is reportedly due to a merger between South Korean entertainment company HYBE and Scooter Braun's Ithaca Holdings.
South Korean boyband BTS will reportedly collaborate with Justin Bieber for a song. The track is expected to feature in a second re-issue of Bieber's sixth studio album Justice after the Triple Chucks Deluxe edition.
According to Page Six, the association between BTS and Bieber is probably due to a merger between their record companies.
HYBE, formerly known as Big Hit Entertainment, in April announced they would be buying Scooter Braun's Ithaca Holdings, writes Billboard. Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato and K pop groups like TXT and Seventeen will share the roster.
Earlier, BTS had publicly hailed Bieber as one of their music influences. While the ‘Yummy’ singer had also praised the K-Pop band calling them "history makers" in an E! News segment. He had said, “The K-pop group has been shattering records across the global music industry. From ringing in the New Year in Times Square to ‘Carpool Karaoke’ with James Corden, they performed in Grand Central Station for ‘The Tonight Show’ and wowed at this year’s virtual VMAs”.
This week the seven-member vocal band BTS has claimed four spaces in the top five on the World Albums chart. The BTS songs in the list are Map of the Soul: 7, Be, Love Yourself: Answer, and Love Yourself: Tear, writes Forbes.
Blackpink continues to hold the number 3 slot in the rankings and it is also the only non-BTS number in the top 5.
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