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Two Upcoming And Unexpected Collaborations That We Are Dying To See!

By  September 14, 2017

This September, we're in for a treat for not just one, but TWO unexpected collaborations. These collaborations are particularly exciting as both go beyond genre and even language! Let's take a look:

 

1. Chainsmokers x BTS

Pop-EDM duo The Chainsmokers are no strangers to K-pop, having  previously revealed themselves as fans of K-pop groups such as 2NE1 and Big Bang. They also previously announced that they were looking to collaborate with a K-pop artist that "shares the same vision" as them. It looks like they have found the one they have been looking for in boy group, BTS.

It was recently confirmed by The Chainsmokers' management that one-half of the duo, Andrew Taggart, worked with the rappers of BTS and will be credited as a co-writer on the song, Best Of Me, which will be part of BTS'sforthcoming album, Love Yourself: Her which will be released on 18 September.

What thrilling news for fans of both groups! We're sure that it's gonna be a big hit and a chart-topper for sure.

 

2. Foo Fighters x Justin Timberlake

As unlikely as it is, it's a funny story how this collaboration came to be: Justin Timberlake dropped by while Foo Fighters were recording in the studio and liked what he heard. After hanging out with Foo Fighters frontman, Dave Grohl, a couple of times, Justin one day drunkenly asked if he could sing on the band's upcoming record, Concrete and Gold.

"I'm telling you - this guy's going somewhere," Dave jokingly commented on the experience. However, before we expect a whole chorus of Justin's smooth vocals, the rock band revealed that the pop star only has a part in the "la la la's" in one of their tracks, which Dave noted that he "nailed it".

Well, no matter how small Justin's part was, we're still just as stoked to listen to it! Concrete and Gold will be released on 15 September and we can't wait to see what this unlikely pair has in store for us!

 

Photo credits: Koreaboo, Kevin Mazur/AMA2013/WireImage


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