With the never-ending popularity of BTS, the group whose influence only seems to be on the rise each day, one would think it is a tough job to get working with the South Korean boys. Grammy awarded English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has now found himself becoming very familiar with the group, being credited under 2 songs from the group.
Speaking about writing for BTS on ‘Make It Right’ and now ‘Permission to Dance’ when being asked if he “wrote K-pop”, Ed Sheeran called it a “big deal” to score his fourth Billboard No. 1 with the latter.
He mentioned his wish to be able to join hands with multiple artists in order to make a footing for himself as a songwriter. Ed Sheeran also noted the difference in the song choices for himself and others as the ones he makes for other artists, one being ‘Permission to Dance’. He called it a fun, pop song that is loved by the BTS fans as opposed to his own who might not like it. Check out the full video below.
— The Breakfast Club (@breakfastclubam) November 9, 2021
On the other hand, a member of the insanely famous ‘Wooga Squad’ consisting of BTS’ V, Peakboy, Park Seo Joon, Park Hyung Sik, and Choi Woo Shik had a tiny update for awaiting fans. V and Peakboy collaborated for the BTS member’s Christmas song ‘Snow Flower’. Since then, V had shared that the ‘GYOPO HAIRSTYLE’ singer and himself are working on a new track.
Recently, when a fan asked Peakboy about the track he replied with ‘Ing’ which can be understood as work in process.
Singer Peakboy answer on his IG story about #V‘s song:
Is the song producing requested by Mr. Kim Taehyung going well by any chance….?
Peakboy: Ing (meaning currently in the making/process of) pic.twitter.com/W1eVjjoYTw
— bambibear (@HYBE_CRUSH) November 9, 2021
Well. we do hope all these collaborations keep coming our way!
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