K-pop group BTS collaborates with Swedish singer Zara Larsson on a 'A Brand New Day'
In April, BTS released their sixth EP Map of the Soul: Persona, featuring collaborations with Halsey and Ed Sheeran.
Swedish singer Zara Larsson has collaborated with K-pop group BTS for a song titled 'A Brand New Day' from BTS World's original soundtrack. According to PR Newswire, it is an electronic hip hop song by j-hope and V, produced by Mura Masa that has incorporated the sound of a daegeum, a traditional Korean instrument. The track is scheduled to drop on 14 June.
'A Brand New Day' is followed by 'Dream Glow' with Charlie XCX on 7 June. BTS World is a mobile game that will allow players to act as the members' manager "with the ultimate goal of fostering BTS to become superstars," Rolling Stone quoted a press statement.
BTS had shared their sixth EP Map of the Soul: Persona in April. Halsey had featured on the album in 'Boy With Luv', which recorded the more than 75 million views on YouTube within 24 hours of release. Ed Sheeran has also written a song 'Make it Right' for the record.
BTS made their Saturday Night Live debut in an episode hosted by Emma Stone in April, becoming the first South Korean act to do so, according to People.com. Meanwhile, Larsson is expected to release her third studio album, which will come after 2017's So Good. She released the first single 'Ruin My Life' in October 2018, 'Don't Worry About Me' in March and 'Wow' in April.
Michael B. Jordan's Creed III to stream globally on Prime Video on this date
Creed III is the third installment in the successful franchise and is Michael B. Jordan’s directorial debut.
Class, Badhaai Do & more: Love in Full Spectrum — Netflix India’s collection of LGBTQIA+ narratives for Pride Month
Embrace the vibrant spectrum of love, acceptance, and authenticity this Pride Month as Netflix India proudly presents a captivating collection of LGBTQIA+ films and series.
Netflix's Scoop: Harman Baweja says Jigna Vora said she ‘hates’ him the moment they met - here's why
Scoop is the adaptation of journalist Jigna Vora’s biographical book Behind The Bars In Byculla: My Days in Prison