By Ashley Cruz
The Boys with Lauv are here!
Another BTS collaboration has been released, with the Korean boy band featuring the American singer-songwriter, Lauv, for the remix of “Make It Right.”
Lauv playfully tweeted a photo of him with the boys wearing an edited white outfit to match with BTS’s costume, ahead of the remix’s release.
— lauv (@lauvsongs) October 16, 2019
This tweet sparked speculations among the ARMYs and rumors of a “Make It Right” remix immediately went all around the internet.
Hours after, BTS retweeted his post through their official Twitter account.
— 방탄소년단 (@BTS_twt) October 17, 2019
And at 5:00 pm (local time) Thursday, BigHit Entertainment officially announced the release of “Make It Right” worldwide.
— BigHit Entertainment (@BigHitEnt) October 17, 2019
The Make It Right remix turns out to be another BTS tribute to the ARMY, their ever-loyal fandom. Lauv stands in for the ARMY in the first verse, refrain and pre-chorus, where he sings: “You were there for me through all the times I cried/I was there for you but then I lost my mind/I know that I messed up but I promise, I/Oh-oh, I can make it right.”
BTS and BigHit sprang a surprise on their fans by also dropping a music video of members singing Make It Right in concert, interspersed with an animated story of a boy slaying a dragon with the help of a girl.
This collaboration makes the single a powerhouse track as it is originally co-written with the British singer-songwriter, Ed Sheeran for the Map of the Soul: Persona album.
Lauv is now officially one of BTS’s biggest collaborators following Halsey, Becky G., Lil Nas X and more.