Epic Jung Kook and Jack Harlow Collaborate for ‘3D’ New Song. People are excited about watching both together.
The curious nature of Jung Kook’s “3D” promotion at the Global Citizen Festival was short-lived. It was verified by BIGHIT Music on Saturday night, September 23, that “3D” is Jack Harlow and Jung Kook’s second solo song.
The release of BTS member Jung Kook’s digital song “3D (feat. Jack Harlow)” has been announced by BIGHIT.
The information is provided below, as stated in an official notice posted on the fan community website Weverse: “Jung Kook’s second solo song, ‘3D (feat. Jack Harlow),’ is a Pop R&B music with ingenious representations of sentiments towards an unreachable individual from the viewpoints of first, second, and third dimensions. After “Seven (feat. Latto),” be ready to encounter an even more mature side of Jung Kook. With his distinctive rap style and appearance on this tune, Jack Harlow adds energy to the music.
The release of “3D” by Jung Kook and Harlow is scheduled for Friday, September 29 at 1 p.m. KST/12 a.m. EST. The song is the follow-up to his hit “Seven” featuring Latto, which was released in July and debuted at the top of the Billboard Hot 100.
Earlier on Saturday, hours before the revelation of “3D,” Harlow tweeted, “I’ll fly you from Korea to Kentucky.” Is this a verse from the upcoming collaboration? On Friday, fans will learn more.
A mysterious video clip featuring “Jung Kook” and “3D” aired on a big screen on stage as Jung Kook’s concert on Saturday evening at Global Citizen Fest in New York City concluded.
After the presentation, BIGHIT teased a “hero film” to accompany the disclosure of what exactly “3D” means.