Steve Aoki & BTS' 'Waste It On Me' Has Arrived: Listen


It's BTS' first English monitor.

Third time’s a attraction, and that's positively held true for the continued relationship between Korean septet BTS and Steve Aoki. Today (Oct. 25), the Grammy-nominated producer and DJ debuted the brand new music “Waste It On Me,” which options the boy band’s members. It is the BTS' first music that's totally in English.   

A vibrantly easy EDM monitor, “Waste It On Me” relays the dramatic emotions of ardour one feels after they wish to spend all their time with an individual they love. With a rollicking beat, sweeping synths, and vivid, horn-like results arriving with the choral construct guiding the monitor, BTS expressively displays the will to take a position time in each other no matter any reluctance. “So if love is nothing greater than only a waste of your time/Waste it on me," the Billboard 200 chart-topping boy band sings.   

“Waste It On Me” was launched alongside a colourful lyric music video, which options the imagery initially teased in a mysterious billboard in Los Angeles that excited BTS’ fandom ARMY and prompted “The Great BTS Billboard Hunt” hashtag as followers tried to determine what the signage was hinting.   

“I’m so psyched to share this collaboration with one of the thrilling and galvanizing group of men I’ve met prior to now few years,” stated Aoki in a press release. “It’s an absolute honor to work with them as soon as once more on ‘Waste It On Me.’ I can’t look ahead to my followers to listen to what’s in retailer for them subsequent on this third installment of Neon Future.” The music will probably be launched on Aoki’s upcoming Neon Future III album, set to drop on Nov. 9.

“We're blissful for this significant and heart-felt collaboration,” stated BTS. “The music is simply so wonderful, we actually loved engaged on it. It's our first music that's totally in English. It was refreshing and enjoyable to file the music. We hope this may be a superb current for our followers.”

BTS and Aoki beforehand collaborated on the RIAA licensed gold single “Mic Drop (Remix)” with Desiigner, a remake of their Love Yourself: Her monitor, and their evocative  B-side “The Truth Untold” from their No. 1 album Love Yourself: Tear. 

This newest collaboration between the pair comes at a time amid massive weeks for Aoki and BTS; the septet was not too long ago awarded orders of advantage from the South Korean authorities for his or her spreading of South Korean tradition and language all through the world, whereas Aoki not too long ago turned canonized as part of American historical past with a donation of his gear to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C.

Listen to "Waste It On Me" under.