Ed Sheeran reveals that he recently collaborated with the biggest group in the world, BTS, for a new track!

Collaboration confirmed by Ed Sheeran himself!

On June 26th, in a recent interview, Ed Sheeran participated in “Most Requested Live,” an American radio show.

Sheeran’s promoting his newest single, “Bad Habits.”

As questions came up, another one popped up about BTS.

He then confirmed that he did work with the most prominent and most influential group in the world.

But what was more surprising is, straight from Ed Sheeran’s mouth, that he did write a new song for BTS’s upcoming album.

“I’ve actually worked with BTS on their last record, and I’ve just written a song for their new record. And they’re like super, super cool guys as well.”

Ed Sheeran co-wrote BTS’s “Make it Right” for their last albums, EP Map of the Soul: Persona and album Map of the Soul: 7.

Big Hit Music re-affirms collaboration.

BTS’s agency, Big Hit Music, re-affirms the news on June 27th via Newsen, stating;

“It is true that Ed Sheeran is participating in BTS’s new song.”

Smooth like Butter

Will the song be available in the forthcoming CD version of the group’s chart-dominating English hit song “Butter” that’s coming this July?

Well, that is yet to be known. Big Hit Music did, however, stated that the CD version will carry a new song that;

“will make your heartbeat to the rhythm of BTS’s positive energy.”

For now, ARMY (BTS’s fandom) and music industry insiders are full of speculations if the track written by Ed Sheeran will be in the “Butter” CD version. Some are guessing that the song might be in the full-length album or EP which BTS will release in the future.

#BTS #방탄소년단 #BTS_Butter Concept Photo version 1

As always, Big Hit Music made a brief comment on the matter when asked on the subject;

“We cannot confirm the details.”

If you are an ARMY, you know what that means!

Will the newest track collaboration of Ed Sheeran and BTS top the charts again? Could you give us your best predictions? Please leave it in the comments!

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