It seems that American rappers are making all their ways round to Korea. After the historical representation of BTS at Grammys’ this year, modern-day American celebs and songsters have become more involved in K-pop artists.
And for now, BTS has again hit big by collaborating with the country singer-rapper, Lil Nas X.
BTS: Old Town Road debuts in Seoul
BTS RM has worked out another remix version of American hits. And this time, the song is none other than Billboard charter, Old Town Road by Lil Nas X. The country genre track has already brought forth love and enough streams through excelling singles charts in Australia, Germany, and France.
— Billboard Pride (@BillboardPride) July 25, 2019
However, the controversy’s most favorite song is all stocked up to set Seoul’s’ spirits on fire, this time. With RM’s background scores and Nas X’s fierce yet provoking lyrics, Old Town Road- Korean remix hasn’t faltered in astounding us once again.
Lil Nas X dropped the Korean remix of the wildly popular song through his official YouTube stage on July 24. The remix titled as Seoul Town Road features RM’s Korean rap on an original song verse.
Moreover, you put your lenses on the artwork and see how a purple horse drapes the cover score celestially. The purple horse clearly reflects BTS’s official imitation in the exotic covers.
Lil Nas X drops the country song for the fourth time in a row
— 방탄소년단 (@BTS_twt) July 25, 2019
This won’t be the first time, Lil Nas X has uploaded an unplugging version of Old Town Road. Rather, the songster has officially remixed the song three times before.
The first remix variant, featuring Bill Ray Cyrus was dropped on April 5, 2019. Furthermore, Cyrus and Diplowas unveiled the second remix on April 29, 2019. The third remix blew the worthy hypes on July 12, 2019, starring Americans celebs; Young Thug and Mason Ramsey.
Meanwhile, the song has hit multiple controversies on jotted lyrics and genre title number of Americans sparked debates on excluding the hit single from country songs’ list. Since the lyrics are little parched and patchy, Old Town Road doesn’t live up to the diminishing criteria of a ‘country-mix song.’
Although, the song reached a top-notch position of 19 amidst top 100 tracks on Billboard Hot Country Songs. The track was speedily taken down from honor charts. Not to mention that Old Town Road emerged as the first-ever rank one song on Rolling Stone charts.
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