IU and BTS Suga are set to reunite in a new collaboration song
Are IU and BTS SUGA on the verge of collaborating again?
Read on for more details.
On March 10, Spotify News reportedly reported that BTS’ SUGA will be releasing a new song along with a second track in collaboration with South Korean singer-songwriter IU.
This will be IU and SUGA’s second collaboration following the release of chart-topping Eight.
However, Big Hit Music soon released a statement on the issue. Rumors of a second collaboration between SUGA and IU are “impossible to confirm,” according to SUGA’s management company, who spoke to Newsen.
The song was rumored to be released as a SUGA track with IU as the collaborating artist, according to Naver.
The new collaboration song is set to be part of SUGA’s upcoming music release, which is scheduled to accompany their world tour later this year.
The song, released by IU “Eight” in May 2020, was featured and produced by SUGA.
Listeners around the world were moved by the remarkable song that the two personalities developed with very different personalities and entered the national and international music charts.
With “Eight” followed by a new song, anticipation of another unique synergy between the two rises.
When SUGA worked on IU’s single Eight, that project led to the Pumasi Collaboration, with IU on SUGA’s next album.
SUGA’s next world tour
SUGA’s solo world tour, titled August the Tour, begins in April this year. The ensemble will meet fans from around the world as they visit five US cities including Newark, Rosemont and Los Angeles, as well as Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, Seoul and Japan, beginning with a concert at Belmont Park in the United States in April. 26-27
In addition, BTS’ SUGA are now preparing for their upcoming August D tour. There are several songs that fans are looking forward to when the artist will perform live.
SUGA or BTS’ Agust D will be the first member to go on a solo tour, so many fans are curious about his tour setlist.
“Daechwita” is a song that perfectly captures the ancient sounds of ancient Korean music. With a driving tempo and heavy bass and drums. Originally used to describe the traditional marching music played when a king is visiting.
(Photo: Daechwita M/V Capture)
Also his song Agust D in which his other name comes from BTS’s SUGA. Many of his fans were surprised at how fast he rapped on the song.
Additionally, BTS’ SUGA will also perform at Jamsil Olympic Stadium, where IU also performed for their Golden Hour concert in September 2022.
Besides IU, BTS’ SUGA has collaborated with and produced many songs and artists such as So Far Away (feat. Suran), Lee Sora’s Song Request and Eternal Sunshine by Epik High Prod. Suga and many others.
Recently, SUGA celebrated its anniversary with targeted actions by donating to the earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria. According to non-governmental organization (NGO) Save the Children, he donated about 100 million won (about US$75,900) to humanitarian aid in Turkey and Syria following catastrophic damage caused by a record-breaking earthquake.