V Said He Would ‘Of Course’ Collaborate With Jimin Again, Following the Success of BTS’ ‘Friends’

by Jeremy Spirogis
V of BTS arrives at the photo call for the 34th Golden Disc Awards

There are few pals fairly like that of the Ok-pop idols V and Jimin. These two grew up collectively and though they battle like brothers, they’re household. Would V and Jimin ever collaborate on one other tune? Here’s what these BTS singers stated about their subunit and the Map of the Soul: 7 tune, “Friends.”

V of BTS arrives at the photo call for the 34th Golden Disc Awards
V of BTS arrives on the photocall for the 34th Golden Disc Awards | THE FACT/Imazins through Getty Images

Jimin and V launched a tune collectively for ‘Map of the Soul: 7,’ titled ‘Friends’

Although there are seven members in BTS, there’s just one type and candy Jimin and hilarious and distinctive V. These two are singers within the Ok-pop group, who finally joined forces for the album Map of the Soul: 7. There, they carried out the tune titled “Friends,” forming a subunit named the “95s.”

This tune talked about the journey of those two idols, from once they went to high school collectively to once they had an argument about dumplings, to the shut, soulmate-like relationship they’ve today.

“I liked it because it wasn’t predictable, it was so original,” V stated. The two additional elaborated on their stylistic selections throughout one video for BTS’ YouTube Channel, even sharing their ideas on future collaborations because the “95s” subunit. 

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Would V and Jimin launch a tune collectively once more? 

Although nothing has been confirmed by this Ok-pop group, Jimin and V each talked about collaborating sooner or later. It’s completely a risk, particularly because of the success of “Friends.” However, V nonetheless rated it a 30, regardless that the opposite BTS subunits rated their respective songs 100 on a scale of 100.

“For us, we must say that ‘even a song like this is worth 30 points’ so when we release more songs they’ll be better than this one,” V stated jokingly. Jimin clapped as a response, however he took V’s reply one step additional. 

“Does that mean you’ll collaborate with me again,” Jimin requested, to which V responded, “of course.” Jimin continued, saying, “Do it. Collaborate. You always say you will, but you never do.”

“I’ll try my best,” V stated, solidifying his rating of 30. 

V and Jimin each have solo songs on different BTS albums

The idol, V, has been significantly busy, although. Some imagine V’s first mixtape is on the best way, though he’s already launched a number of songs as a solo artist.

That consists of “Winter Bear,” a tune written and carried out solely in English, his second language. Aside from their duet on “Friends,” each V and Jimin have their very own solo songs with BTS. For V, that features “Singularity” off of Love Yourself: Answer.

For Jimin which means “Serendipity” off of Love Yourself: Answer. Music by BTS, together with the one “Stay Gold” and Map of the Soul: 7, is out there for streaming on platforms like Spotify and Apple Music.

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