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BTS’s J-Hope appeared on Crush and Rush Hour’s single Comeback

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South Korean R&B singer Crush, who has been in the midst of a comeback after a two-year military hiatus, has recruited BTS’s J-Hope for his new song “Rush Hour.”

The festive song arrived on Thursday with an accompanying music video also starring J-Hope and watching both artists skate through elaborate dance numbers down an alley. After Crush started the track, he was joined by the BTS member, who rapped, “Wherever you go now, there’s a feeling of red carpet/cameras shooting wherever you go like flash, flashA crowd of camera flashes appears behind him.

Crash told the Korean entertainment newspaper sumpy That his decision to collaborate with J-Hope was natural, as they both go in a similar musical direction, and added that he “was very grateful to [J-Hope] When he helped monitor and provided training.”

Back in April, Crush appeared on Psy’s 9th studio album while still serving his draft. “Rush Hour” is his first release since it came out of that service in August.

Meanwhile, Korean lawmakers are still swinging back and forth over whether or not J-Hope and his fellow BTS bandmates will be relieved of their military obligations. The South Korean government has already granted members deferment of their military service until they reach the age of 30. This hour is running out for Jane, who will turn 30 in December.

As the debate continues, alternative approaches have been proposed. As I mentioned before Korea TimesA lawmaker from the main opposition Korean Democratic Party suggested that international pop stars should be allowed to exchange their military commitments for a different service. There were also discussions about a bill that would reduce the military service of international K-pop artists to three weeks from the usual two years.

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