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BTS' Steve Aoki collaboration is here!
The K-pop boy band debuted Aoki's remix of "MIC Drop"on Friday, alongside an epic music video featuring the DJ. The original version of the song was released on BTS'Love Yourself: Her in September.
V, Jimin, Jin, Jungkook, RM, J-Hope and Suga command the screen with electrifying dance sequences in the video -- and show off their English.
Though missing from the video, Desiigner's voice can be heard in a high energy verse in another version of the remix. Just hours after the song was released, BTS became the first K-pop group to peak at No. 1 on the US iTunes Top Songs chart -- and "#MicDropRemix" became the top trending hashtag on Twitter.
"It's going to be like, an English version of something, so I think we will try some version like that later," RM shared of the song.
The group, who hopes to collab with Justin Bieber, Daniel Caesar, Zedd, Sabrina Claudio, Drake and Migos in the future, also opened up about their upcoming world tour.
"We just finished this tour named Wings, and I think it is going to be like, a new series for the tour, so of course including United States, it'll happen, I think. I hope it will happen everywhere, every continent," RM said. "We want it too."
"We will visit more cities, and I think we will definitely be like, adding more stages. I don't know the particular time of when we will be coming back [to the U.S.], but it will definitely be doper and bigger," he continued. "It's gonna really happen."