BTS' Jungkook and Charlie Puth's song 'Left and Right' is the ultimate summer bop we didn't know we needed

Published 24 Jun, 2022 01:10pm

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The song dropped on Friday and features the musicians in colourful clothes being their goofy selves.

After Beyoncé's 'Break My Soul,' we have another song on our summer playlist and it's the newly-released 'Left and Right' by BTS' Jung Kook and Charlie Puth.

On June 24, Puth released the music video on his YouTube channel that featured the musicians in colourful attire being their goofy selves.

“Memories follow me left and right, I can feel you over here, I can feel you over here, you take up every corner of my mind,” Puth and Jungkook croon to an upbeat tune in the two-and-a-half-minute track.

Fans united over the cheery song on Twitter. For this user, Jung Kook's expressions were the highlight of the music video.

Another demanded an Oscar for the Korean singer.

This user just wants a behind the scenes video with Jung Kook talking about the music video and how different it is from the ones they are used to seeing.

For this Twitter user, Jung Kook in the music video was the epitome of "good boy" energy.

Another had their eyes on the water dispenser at the back.

For this user, Jung Kook is a "top tier vocalist" who has a voice that "gets stuck in your head".

Another one suggested that people must listen to the song with headphones on because "it's a different experience" that you won't regret.

Their collaboration was in the news earlier this month but it was rumoured that the collab would be with the entire K-pop group rather than one member. The song is the first released by a BTS member after the group announced that they are taking a break to work on their solo projects. The song acknowledges Jungkook as a member of BTS both on YouTube and Spotify instead of just naming him as a soloist.

The collaboration was first announced by the 'Light Switch' singer who accidentally revealed it but didn't share a confirmed release date. Since its release, the song has racked up 1.1 million views on YouTube.