Charlie Puth reveals the cover image for ‘Left and Right’ feat. BTS’s Jungkook
The collab track will be released as promised on June 24 at 12 AM EST, and Charlie Puth has now dropped a fun cover image for it! In fact, a limited edition CD single is available for pre-order via Charlie Puth’s official website.
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On June 16 local time, Charlie Puth shared a playful video on TikTok announcing that he and Jungkook were teaming up for the new single “Left and Right,” which will be featured on his upcoming album “Charlie.” The two singers previously collaborated for a special performance at the MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards in Korea back in 2018.
Jeon Jung-kook, known mononymously as Jungkook, is a South Korean singer and songwriter. On Wednesday, the youngest member of BTS, 24-year-old Jungkook, took to the popular livestreaming app. “There was so much news about BTS breaking up and stopping all activities and I wanted to clear that up,” he said, laughing. “I don’t want you to misunderstand, we are not disbanding.” And it’s not really a hiatus, either, he noted. “We are still filming [our reality show] Run BTS,” he said before closing with a smile, “BTS is forever.” The evidence that they aren’t going anywhere is already out there. Solo projects have been announced from all seven members, starting with rapper J-Hope who will probably release an album before he headlines the Lollapalooza festival in Chicago in July; J-Hope’s mixtape Hope World, as well as RM’s Mono and Suga’s D-2 (released under his pseudonym Agust D) all cracked the top 40 of the Billboard 200 upon release.