The new collaboration appears in the new version of the K-pop group & Love Love: Answer & # 39;
BTS has a new version of their number & # 39; Idol & # 39; released – this time with Nicki Minaj as a guest singer.
The original track is from the latest release of the South Korean group Love Yourself: Answer & # 39 ;, which marked the last episode of their Love Yourself series.
According to the Seoul Economic Daily, BTS grabbed the rapper after completing Love Yourself: Answer. Minaj gladly accepted their offer to appear as a featured singer and you can go to the alternative version of & # 39; Idol & # 39; listen.
IDOL, a number from BTS, Nicki Minaj on Spotify
Minaj also shared the number and signed a screenshot of the song "#Idol @BTS_twt Uh !!! What is good KOREA?!"
Earlier today (August 24), Liam Payne tweeted about the release of the group and wrote: "Super proud on @BTS_twt I have told my label about it a while ago, it is a pleasure to release great music cuddles at the same time."
BTS starts their first European tour in October – including two shows at the O2 Arena in London.
The immensely popular K-pop stars will play two shows at the huge location on 9 and 10 October, their first ever performances in Great Britain.
It is then followed by a series of arena-based data throughout Europe, including Amsterdam on 13 October, Berlin on 16 and 17 October, and Paris on 19 and 20 October.
The boy band, consisting of members RM, V, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin and Jungkook, has built a huge worldwide following – and became one of the leading global K-Pop exports. You can buy tickets here for their shows.
Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj fans were confused last night (23 August) after unexpectedly giving an expression to former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher during her radio show.
"Shoutout to Margaret Thatcher", Minaj heard.
The comment came just moments after she compared herself to the American civil rights hero Harriet Tubman and soon resulted in widespread confusion among fans.