12 KPOP & INTERNATIONAL CROSSOVERS

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It's really beautiful how Music always transcends any language barriers and unites all of us together. The following is a compilation of some of the most loved collaborations between K-Pop and International artists!

BOY WITH LUV (BTS & HALSEY)

BTS’ collaboration with Halsey received so much love from fans across the globe that it reached 74.6 Million views on Youtube during its first 24 hours.



KISS & MAKE UP (DUA LIPA & BLACKPINK)

Blackpink & Dua Lipa’s ‘Kiss & Make Up’ was released as part of a Super Deluxe edition of Dua’s debut album and the track will definitely get you dancing.


DON’T NEED YOUR LOVE (HRVY & NCT DREAM)

NCT Dream and HRVY’s 'Don’t Need Your Love' is the perfect summer dance track having a playful vibe to it where the boys form a club together (DNYL) to overcome their heartache.



MAKE IT RIGHT (BTS & LAUV)

BTS’ 'Make It Right' was first released as part of 'Map Of The Soul: Persona' (EP) and then was remixed featuring Lauv adding the English verses, the video of which was dedicated to the special bond between BTS and their fans (Army).


SOUR CANDY (LADY GAGA & BLACKPINK)

Blackpink & Lady Gaga’s ‘Sour Candy’, the third pre-release single from Gaga’s album, Chromatica, instantly became a fan favourite racking up about 21.8 million views in the first 24 hours, breaking the record for the biggest debut for an all-female collaboration on YouTube.



PLAY IT COOL (MONSTA X & STEVE AOKI)

Monsta X are known to have collaborated with many international artists including French Montana and 'Play It Cool' is the perfect dance track that will get you grooving especially when the bass drops before the chorus.



LO SIENTO ( SUPER JUNIOR Ft LESLIE GRACE)

Super Junior’s 'Lo Siento' is a trilingual, powerful and upbeat dance track sung in combining Spanish, Korean and English together. It marked Super Junior’s first international collaboration featuring Leslie Grace & Play-N-Skillz.


CLOSE TO ME ( ELLIE GOULDING, DIPLO & RED VELVET)

Ellie Goulding’s 'Close To Me' was released first in collaboration with Diplo and Swae Lee, after which another version featuring Red Velvet was recorded that replaced Swae Lee’s parts with the group’s harmonies and verses.



PHYSICAL (DUA LIPA Ft HWASA)

Dua Lipa’s 80’s inspired track became even more powerful through her remix featuring Mamamoo Hwasa’s unique and alluring tone. This song marked Dua’s second K-pop collaboration after 'Kiss & Make Up' featuring Blackpink.



LOVE YOU MORE (EXO LAY, STEVE AOKI, WIIL.I.AM)

Exo’s Lay, Steve Aoki and Will.I.Am teamed up for 'Love You More', a modern day synth pop, with Lay’s captivating vocals and Will.I.Am’s dynamic rap. 


SO AM I (SO AM I Ft NCT 127)

Ava Max’s motivational anthem So Am I that encourages acceptance and self love  became more powerful and upbeat with the rap parts and harmonies by NCT 127.


LOVE YOU 3000 (STEPHANIE POETRI Ft JACKSON WANG)

Stephanie Poetri’s 'Love You 3000', first started out as a fun project for her fans through Instagram stories, later becoming a viral hit that eventually enabled her to do a duet with Jackson. (Fun Fact: She was an Ahgase long before this happened)



Do you like crossovers between K-Pop & International music?


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Annyeong! I was introduced to K-pop through a friend of mine in 2017 and since then, I've been stuck into this world of Korean music, food and dramas.This blog was created to share my love for this culture with all of you. Hope you like it!

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