The teaser for Charlie Puth’s collaboration with BTS’s Jungkook on the music video Left And Right was released yesterday. In the clip, the performers flaunt their bromance while singing the upbeat love song while wearing matching pink and white outfits. In an earlier video Charlie posted on Twitter, he phones Jungkook and asks him to try performing the song.
Charlie Puth wrote, “Left and Right (feat. Jung Kook of BTS) will be released this Friday at 12 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. KST. The official music video is released the same day.
Now that the song has been released, fans have flooded Twitter with appreciation. Looked:
Damn it’s a masterpiece
Dropped on Spotify where is the mv #Left and right Jungkook’s voice #Jungkook @BTS_twt #bts #CharliePuth pic.twitter.com/eKC0SmAkSa— BTS Love (@btsslove07) June 24, 2022
LEFT AND RIGHT ARE AVAILABLE NOW
“are the nights we were tangled in my bed” OHMYGOD JEON JUNGKOOK
— BTS(@BTSOT7_TAEKOOK) June 24, 2022
I have a new song to listen to in the car! #Left and right by #CharliePuth (@charlieputh) is a certified bop! I’m proud of you #Jungkook I hope more people appreciate how amazing you are! @BTS_twt— Jeweljeykay eftandRight feat. JK (@fallinforjk2) June 24, 2022
During the concert, during an interview with the radio station, the 30-year-old singer was asked if he was going to collaborate with RM, Suga, Jin, Jimin, Jungkook, V and J-Hope. The interviewer asked him, “Fans think you have a collaboration with BTS. They’re going crazy.”
To which, Charlie said, “I heard that too. Everyone in my camp doesn’t know what day it comes out. They legitimately have no idea what day it comes out. We know, but as we just figured it out,” without realizing that he actually revealed that the collaboration between the two artists should be revealed soon.
When further asked, “Okay, there’s a collab with,” Charlie just stood there in silence and didn’t react. The video was shared by a BTS fan on Twitter with the caption, “Help, he really told us about the upcoming collaboration” and in the following tweet, they wrote, “Silence gets me out” with a crying face emoji.
For the uninitiated, team leader RM Namjoon responded to rumors that BTS was on a hiatus. He claimed that even though the announcement was meant to refer to the band members working on personal projects in addition to the band’s, it was misunderstood.