Coldplay and BTS release much-anticipated collaboration ‘My Universe’

Coldplay and BTS have launched their much-anticipated collaboration ‘My Universe’.

The brand new joint single was co-written by each teams, alongside Swedish hitmaker Max Martin, and is sung in each English and Korean. The track can also be the second single to be lifted from Coldplay’s forthcoming studio album ‘Music Of The Spheres’ following their hit comeback track ‘Increased Energy‘.

In the meantime, ‘My Universe’ is BTS’ fourth single of 2021, following their Billboard Sizzling 100 chart-topping singles ‘Butter’ and ‘Permission To Dance’. Earlier this 12 months, the boyband additionally launched the Japanese-language monitor ‘Movie Out’, from their compilation album ‘BTS, The Finest’.

Yesterday (September 23), the 2 teams introduced plans to launch a documentary about ‘My Universe’, titled Inside My Universe, which is ready to drop this Sunday (September 26). As well as, a ‘Supernova7 combine’ and acoustic model of the track will probably be launched the day after, with a video for the track set to drop sooner or later.

The collaboration comes after BTS and Chris Martin had been featured collectively on a particular episode of the YouTube Originals collection Launched. Throughout their look on the present, the boyband talked concerning the inspiration behind the dance problem for ‘Permission To Dance’, and the way they felt concerning the influence they’ve had on followers.

In different BTS information, the boyband just lately met with American rapper Megan Thee Stallion in New York Metropolis, after she was featured on a remix of ‘Butter’. The boyband had been within the metropolis to attend the latest United Nations Normal Meeting, together with the South Korean president, the place they gave a speech and likewise carried out a brand new rendition of their hit single ‘Permission To Dance’.

In the meantime, James Corden has come beneath fireplace from BTS followers after the speak present host poked enjoyable on the South Korean group’s latest look on the UN on The Late Late Present.

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