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The collaboration of the year! BTS and Snoop Dogg premiere ‘Bad Decisions’

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After a few weeks of waitingfinally the famous South Korean K-pop group, BTS released their new song Bad Decisions alongside acclaimed American rapper Snoop Dogg, in a collaboration as exotic as Snoop has accustomed us.

It was in the middle of 2021 when some rumors that spoke of a possible collaboration with the rapper began to sound and in the middle of the red carpet of the American Song Contest, Snoop affirmed that it would soon become a reality, which excited all BTS followers.

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From the hand of the musician and music producer benny white this August 5, 2022 was released Bad Decisions, a song performed by BTS and Snoop Dogg that within hours of its release has become the most viewed video in YouTube with more than 14 million views.

In the song we can hear a Snoop Dogg enter the BTS world, releasing his lyrics in the middle of a totally pop song, but putting his always characteristic style on it.. The song tells a music video that is interpreted by the same producer Benny Blancowho has worked with artists like Justin Bieber, Katy Perry or Marshmello.

A resounding success is the one that the song has had since Bad Decisionsless than 9 hours before its premiere already tops iTunes in 66 countriesincluding Mexico, the United States, France and New Zealand.

This is not the first time that Snoop Dogg surprises with a musical collaboration that nobody imagined since in past years the rapper has worked with the MS Band, Gorillaz and with the Mexican rapper Alemán.

This release contrasts with the multiple versions that pointed to a possible separation from the group after some of its members confirmed that they would take a break to focus on their individual projects, an act that their millions of followers have appreciated.


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