BTS is one of the most popular bands and have a great fan-following across the world. On the other hand, there are many artists who are adored by the BTS members. From Jay-Z and Beyoncé to Ariana Grande and Coldplay, BTS members have admired them.
Ever since BTS covered Coldplay's Fix You on MTV Unplugged, fans have hoped for a collab. Now, fans think that it is about to happen as an Instagram user named @Ichisean said they met Chris Martin at Incheon Airport in South Korea on Friday, April 16.
However, nothing is confirmed yet. On Jan 26, Korean singer Younha posted a selfie with Martin on IG, hinting they could be collaborating instead. So we don’t know why Martin is in Korea. It might as well be for a completely different reason.
Talking about BTS, in an interview, RM was talking about Be deluxe edition. He revealed that they started working on BE deluxe edition almost immediately after Dynamite. “The memories are already starting to fade,” RM said. Jimin agreed and added, “Yeah, a lot of time has passed, about four [or] five months since we worked on it.” RM said that they started almost immediately after Dynamite.
BE deluxe edition is an eight-track album. It included the songs Dynamite, Fly To My Room, Blue & Grey, Telepathy, Dis-ease and Stay amongst others. They started working on the album after the COVID-19 restricted their live performances.
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