Ed Sheeran talks about writing songs for BTS

With BTS’s ever-increasing fame, and the group’s impact only seeming to grow by the day, working with the South Korean boys would appear to be a difficult task. Ed Sheeran, a Grammy-winning English singer-songwriter, has become highly familiar with the trio, having been recognized on two of their tracks.

When asked if he “wrote K-pop” for BTS on ‘Make It Right’ and now ‘Permission to Dance,’ Ed Sheeran said it was a “big deal” to win his fourth Billboard No. 1 with the latter.

He expressed his desire to collaborate with a variety of artists in establishing himself as a songwriter. Ed Sheeran also made a distinction between the songs he chooses for himself and those he chooses for other artists, one of which being ‘Permission to Dance.’ He described it as a “fun, pop song” that BTS fans like above his own, who may not like it.

Check out the video in its entirety below.


On the other hand, a member of BTS‘ V, Peakboy, Park Seo Joon, Park Hyung Sik, and Choi Woo Shik’s incredibly popular ‘Wooga Squad,’ which includes V, Peakboy, Park Seo Joon, Park Hyung Sik, and Choi Woo Shik, had a small update for awaiting fans. For V’s Christmas song ‘Snow Flower,’ the BTS member worked with Peakboy. V has since revealed that he and the ‘GYOPO HAIRSTYLE’ singer are collaborating on a new song.

Peakboy recently responded to a fan’s question regarding the music by saying ‘Ing,’ which means “work in progress.”


Well. We truly hope that all of these collaborations continue to come our way!

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