They’ve been pals for years!
The Rose‘s Woosung has revealed how he got here to work with BTS‘s Suga.
When followers of BTS and The Rose noticed Woosung’s identify included on the credit for Agust D‘s “Snooze ft. Ryuichi Sakamoto & WOOSUNG” from Suga’s newest album D-DAY, they had been equally shocked and excited.
Those who’ve watched the Disney+ documentary SUGA: Road to D-DAY and even been to his live performance have seen some behind-the-scenes footage of Suga working with the late Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto.
Now, Woosung has shared some data on how he collaborated with Suga for “Snooze.” At the Gold House’s 2nd Annual Gala, The Rose was interviewed by Etalk.
Woosung defined that he and Suga are literally longtime pals. They are each 93-liners.
I knew Suga from 4, 5 years in the past. We’re pals. We’re the identical age.
One day, Suga contacted him, asking if Woosung would contribute a hook and lyrics to “Snooze.” Woosung claimed it was “nothing loopy,” however “Snooze” has turn into a fan-favorite.
So, yeah, he simply sooner or later hit me up and mentioned ‘Hey, I’ve this music that I’ve been engaged on, are you able to hearken to it, put a hook on it and a few lyrics?’ So, yeah, that’s the way it occurred! Nothing loopy!
We hope these two collab once more sooner or later!
Watch the video clip beneath.
Woosung (@woosungofficial) from The Rose defined to us how his collaboration with BTS’ Suga for his debut album ‘D-Day’ happened 💿🎶
— Etalk (@etalkCTV) May 8, 2023
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