BTS reveal Ed Sheeran collaboration 'Make It Right' began over a text message: 'We still can't believe it'
Ahead of their performance at KIIS FM's 2019 'Jingle Ball' in Los Angeles, on Saturday, December 7, the band got candid with host Jojo Wright and opened up about working with singer Ed Sheeran
It's no secret that the collaboration between the popular K-pop band BTS and Ed Sheeran was met with much excitement.
After the song named 'Make It Right' released, fans couldn't stop raving about it for a long time.
Ahead of their performance at KIIS FM's 2019 'Jingle Ball' in Los Angeles, on Saturday, December 7, the band got candid with host Jojo Wright and opened up about working with singer Ed Sheeran and Lauv while visiting US. They also shared a heartfelt message for their fans.
Leader RM explained how the collaboration with Ed Sheeran came about saying it was literally through a text. "We still can't believe it. Ed suddenly contacted us and said that he had a present, and he actually sang the song for us. And that was 'Make It Happen', and that's how it happened," RX said.
Speaking about the remix of the same song with Lauv, RM said he approached them in Wembley, London. "It was very similar. He asked whether we wanted to work with him. He wrote his part, that's what made it more special."
BTS has one of the most devoted fan armies. Asked what message they would like to give to their fans, they said, "We're here, because of you, army. Thank you, and love you."
On whether they have plans to spend more time in the US, RM said, "I think we visit America the most in a year. Next year, we'll come again and visit different states like Oregon, Texas, Seattle and Alabama."
Recently, BTS singer Suga (Min Yoongi) collaborated with Halsey for the song 'Suga Interlude'. The song is an emotional one and fans have been raving about the song on social media.
BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys, is a seven-member South Korean boy band that was formed back in 2013. Initially, their style was hip-hop, and it slowly evolved to include several genres.