P Nation's Crush announces 'Rush Hour' with BTS J-Hope, fans say 'No one can predict what happens in bora city'

P Nation's Crush announces 'Rush Hour' with BTS J-Hope, fans say 'No one can predict what happens in bora city'
P Nation drops the teaser for Crush's new single, 'Rush Hour' (ft BTS J-Hope) shocking ARMYs (Big Hit Music, P Nation)

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA: A lot has changed since it was announced that BTS members would be taking a break from group activities in order to focus on their solo careers after the release of their anthology album, 'Proof'. The album closed BTS' first chapter and started a new chapter with J-Hope, the boy group's rapper and dance leader making his solo debut. J-Hope released his solo album, 'Jack In The Box' which was loved by many fans so much so that the rapper hosted a 'sold-out' solo stage at the 2022 Lollapalooza Festival in the United States.

Before the release of the album, J-Hope hosted a listening party for his industry friends that was attended by many big names from K-pop as well as the K-Hip-Hop industries. The party and more events following that proved that J-Hope is actually a social butterfly who is friends with the who's who of the Korean Hip-Hop industry. Now, the BTS member going to release a new collab with P Nation's Crush that has fans excited for "more" from the 'More' singer. 


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BTS J-Hope to collab with Crush for 'Rush Hour' 

On September 19, J-Hope took to his Instagram stories to promote P Nation's Crush (Shin Hyo-seop) and his upcoming single, 'Rush Hour'. However, fans were shocked to learn that the single will be featuring none other than BTS J-Hope alongside Crush. Recently, Crush was in the news after it was revealed that he was dating Red Velvet's Joy while he was in the military.

It has now been months since that news and Crush is finally making a comeback in two years as he will release the new single in the days to come. The last official release from Crush was released in 2020 in the form of his fourth EP (mini-album), 'With Her' and its lead single, 'Let Me Go' featuring Girls' Generation's Taeyeon. Making his first comeback with 'Rush Hour', Crush is set to collab with his long-time friend, J-Hope.


Crush's new single 'Rush Hour (feat. J-Hope of BTS) will be released on September 22 at 6 pm KST (5 am ET). In preparation for the release, P Nation dropped a teaser of the single. The released teaser video shows various people on a dark road with Crush amidst a crowd of traffic police officers. While J-Hope was not seen in the teaser, fans are still excited about getting a new surprise collab with the BTS member. 


'I was not ready'

Fans of BTS J-Hope and Crush are shocked, to say the least by the news of a new collab between the two artists. One fan said, "No one can ever predict what can happen in bora city because suddenly we are getting a new hobi collab rush hour in 2 days." Another fan said, "The way hoseok has been a fan of crush and his freind for years now I’m so exited for this collab and I’m sure hobi is too." One more fan said, "WAKE UP EVERYONE JUNG HOSEOK'S NEW COLLAB COMING ON 22ND SEPTEMBER "RUSH HOUR" CRUSH FEAT J-HOPE . GET UPPPPPPP."

One fan said, "Crush is huge huge in South Korea and it's his first comeback after 2 years. RUSH HOUR is going to be insane. And Hobi also mentioned how he zis going to show his ultimate weapon "Dancing" in the next collab. We aren't ready for what's coming in 3 days at all." Another fan joked, "Hoseok just dropping the rush hour collab on a normal thursday i was not ready." One more fan said, "Ngl i thought now hobi has released his album he probably at peace and resting well but who thought mf coming with huge ass collab to pull arson in our bora city."







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