‘It’s official’: Snoop Dogg confirms collaboration with BTS
American hip-hop mogul Snoop Dogg has a history of being open to collaborations outside the realm of hip-hop, r & b, and rap.
Prior to that, he sang along with international musicians and artists from around the world, such as Akshay Kumar from India, Banda MS, PSY from South Korea, and many more.
Now that K-pop band BTS has been circulating for some time, Snoop Dogg has officially confirmed its collaboration with Korean band BTS.
The 50-year-old rapper graced the American song contest on the red carpet on Monday and announced that he was ready to collaborate with the Korean band.
He then talked a lot about Sept, emphasizing his love for the boy band and saying, “I love the world of entertainment,” he said. “It’s good music. It’s [a] vibe. I make good music. They make good music. And we finish that work. That’s what it’s always been about, bringing our world together. Is.
He also revealed that he was not aware of how big BTS was but later found out about a successful Korean band through his nephew who showed him the band’s footage.
As the news spread, BTS ARMY took to Twitter and needless to say, ARMY has high hopes and is excited about the new project.