JK-Charlie’s “Left And Right” To Debut Friday; ARMY Is Thrilled

| Updated: June 23, 2022 6:12 pm

Almost a week after announcing his collaboration with BTS’ Jeon Jungkook, singer Charlie Puth has now shared a snippet from their upcoming music video “Left and Right.” The snippet shows “The Golden Maknae” of BTS and the “We Don’t Talk Anymore” singer having some fun!. Sharing the clip, Charlie also revealed: “Left and Right out this Friday 12am ET/ 1pm KST. The official music video drops the same day.”

Needless to say, ARMY is excited. Fans are in disbelief that the “dream collaboration” is just a day away.

The two singers previously collaborated for a special performance of Puth’s hit number “We Don’t Talk Anymore” at the MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards in Korea back in 2018.

Jungkook’s look in pink was also something that intrigued the female fans. Heart emojis, kisses and adorable posts have flooded the net ever since JK in Pink made his appearance. Watch a post here:

ARMY loved the promo and Jungkook’s look in it. His slick back hairstyle and confident attitude in the black and white outfit are something that grabs attention. Check out another promo snap here:

Meanwhile, this comes days after BTS announced that they will be taking a hiatus as a group and will be focusing on solo projects. Besides Jungkook, his fellow BTS members Taehyung, Jin, Jimin, RM, J-Hope and Suga, too, are working on their solo projects. V aka Kim Taehyung will be reuniting with his fellow friends from the South Korean industry aka the Wooga Squad for a spin-off on “In the Soop.”

On the other hand, J-Hope will be the first South Korean artist to perform as the headliner of the music festival “Lollapalooza.” His performance will make history, cementing him as the first South Korean artist to headline a main stage at a major US music festival.” Lollapalooza takes place annually at the historic Grant Park between the Chicago skyline and the shores of Lake Michigan. The major music festival lasts July 28 till July 31. Before announcing their hiatus, BTS released their anthology album Proof to celebrate their 9th anniversary.

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