J-Hope‘s debut solo album, Jack within the Field, was launched a mere two months in the past, however the rapper is already getting again on the market and has offering an help on a model new monitor. The BTS member is featured on a brand new music by Crush — a South Korean R&B and hip-hop rapper, singer-songwriter and producer — titled “Rush Hour,” launched on Thursday (Sept. 22).
The video for the jazzy monitor kicks off with Crush and a gang of fellow dancers chilling out in a big-city setting stuffed with yellow taxi vehicles, graffiti painted partitions, scaffold-littered aspect streets and deserted bus stops. Crush, together with the massive group, carry out hip-hop dance strikes in the midst of the road earlier than he launches right into a catchy refrain: “So let me hear y’all scream, hibihibi hop, identical to me/ Observe me, ain’t it fairly straightforward (Oh)/ Collect spherical like site visitors jam/ Stand up.”
After the primary refrain, J-Hope hops in with basic rap braggadocio about his meteoric rise to fame as a member of BTS: “Yo, I’ve been strolling on the streets, yo/ From Seoul Forest and across the block/ However wherever I am going now, it’s a pink carpet really feel, yo/ Cameras snapping wherever I am going, like flash-flash/ Crowds of individuals, seems like site visitors.”
Crush spoke of how the collaboration with J-Hope got here to be, and revealed that the BTS rapper was a pure match for the music.
“J-Hope and I had been speaking rather a lot musically earlier than, however I got here to know that the musical course I used to be whereas making ready this new music and the elements I sympathize with are much like these of J-Hope,” Crush advised South Korean outlet Naver. “So my suggestion to J-Hope, ‘Let’s work collectively,’ got here true, so he joined as a characteristic. I assumed that J-Hope would go well with this music higher than anybody else, so I actually wished to work with him.”
Watch Crush and J-Hope of their video for “Rush Hour” above.