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BTS's Suga raps on MAX's new single 'Blueberry Eyes' [VIDEO]

BTS's Suga and American singer-songwriter MAX. / Courtesy of Sony Music
BTS's Suga and American singer-songwriter MAX. / Courtesy of Sony Music

By Dong Sun-hwa

Suga of K-pop giant BTS features on American singer-songwriter MAX's new track "Blueberry Eyes."

MAX, who is known for his hit "Love me less (2019)," unveiled the music video of his latest song on his YouTube channel Wednesday ― with Suga rapping in Korean in the song that MAX wrote for his wife. But the video does not show him.



"It was so cool to have another language and see the translation and be like, this is so romantic and beautiful and something different than I hear from him in most of his music," MAX said in a recent interview with the
BuzzFeed News.

Blueberry Eyes is the pre-release from the musician's new album "Colour Vision," which is set to be out on Oct. 18.

This is the second time the two artists have collaborated. In May, MAX featured on "Burn It," a B-side from Suga's second mix tape "D-2." They met in January when MAX was touring in Seoul.


BTS's Suga and American singer-songwriter MAX. / Courtesy of Sony Music
BTS's Suga and American singer-songwriter MAX. / Courtesy of Sony Music

By Dong Sun-hwa

Suga of K-pop giant BTS features on American singer-songwriter MAX's new track "Blueberry Eyes."

MAX, who is known for his hit "Love me less (2019)," unveiled the music video of his latest song on his YouTube channel Wednesday ― with Suga rapping in Korean in the song that MAX wrote for his wife. But the video does not show him.



"It was so cool to have another language and see the translation and be like, this is so romantic and beautiful and something different than I hear from him in most of his music," MAX said in a recent interview with the
BuzzFeed News.

Blueberry Eyes is the pre-release from the musician's new album "Colour Vision," which is set to be out on Oct. 18.

This is the second time the two artists have collaborated. In May, MAX featured on "Burn It," a B-side from Suga's second mix tape "D-2." They met in January when MAX was touring in Seoul.


Dong Sun-hwa sunhwadong@koreatimes.co.kr


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