South Korean septet BTS launched the three-song Japanese assortment FAKE LOVE/ Airplane Pt.2 on Tuesday (Nov. 6). The undertaking encompasses a whole of three tracks between brand-new, Japanese variations of the title songs and a remix of the latter, and the group additionally shared a brand new music video for “Airplane Pt. 2.”
In the music video, BTS’ members -- RM, Suga, J-Hope, Jungkook, Jimin, V and Jin -- are seen performing the Latin pop-influenced tune amid bar scenes and dancing up, and in, a storm to the mariachi-referencing refrain. The tune celebrates the group's achievements and world attain.
Both “Fake Love” and “Airplane Pt. 2” had been initially launched in May on the group’s Billboard 200 chart-topping album, Love Yourself: Tear. "Fake Love" turned BTS' first-ever prime 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 when it debuted at No. 10 on the chart dated June 2.
BTS introduced their new Japanese launch in September and later pulled the deliberate single "Bird" resulting from controversy surrounding Japanese songwriter Yasushi Akimoto. It was initially reported that the brand new album would additionally function a remix of the group’s hit “Idol,” however the variations made out there by Apple Music and Spotify solely function the three aforementioned tracks.
The single assortment follows the April launch of BTS’ Japanese LP Face Yourself. Since the discharge of their first Japanese remake of their 2013 debut single "No More Dream" in 2014, BTS has had 19 songs seem on the Japan Hot 100.
BTS is at the moment in the midst of their sold-out Love Yourself World Tour, which kicks off its Japanese leg on the Tokyo Dome on Nov. 13.
Watch the music video for BTS’ Japanese model of “Airplane Pt. 2” beneath: