The latest Japanese single Fake Love/Airplane Pt. 2 available March 15th in the U.S.
The first Korean artist to debut No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Chart for two consecutive albums, the first Korean artist to have four RIAA certified Gold singles, the only group to win Top Social Artist for two consecutive years at the Billboard Music Awards (2017 and 2018), global superstars BTS will be releasing their latest Japanese single Fake Love/Airplane Pt. 2 on March 15th in the US. The group had recently released their long-awaited Japanese-language album, Face Yourself, in the US, and is in the middle of their world tour that kicked off in Korea in August 2018. While in the US they have also appeared on top TV shows including America’s Got Talent, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Good Morning America and gave a speech at the United Nations General Assembly.
The latest Japanese single features the Japanese versions of the mega hit “Fake Love,” whose original Korean version has more than 400 million views on YouTube, and “Airplane Pt. 2.” Also included on the CD are the remixes of “Idol” and “Fake Love -Japanese Version.”
Limited Edition A comes with a DVD containing the music videos of the Japanese versions of “Fake Love” and “Airplane Pt. 2,” while the DVD on Limited Edition B features the making of both the music video of “Airplane Pt. 2 – Japanese Version” and jacket photos. Limited Edition C includes a 36 page photo booklet including exclusive photos of the group.
Disc 1: CD (same content as in Limited Editions B & C)
1. Fake Love -Japanese Version
2. Airplane Pt. 2 -Japanese Version
3. Idol (Stadium Remix)
4. Fake Love -Japanese Version Remix
Disc 2: DVD
1. Airplane Pt. 2 -Japanese Version [Music Video]
2. Fake Love [Music Video]
Disc 1: CD (same content as in Limited Editions A & C)
Disc 2: DVD
1. Airplane Pt. 2 – Japanese Version [Making of Music Video]
2. Making of Jacket Photos
Disc 1: CD (same content as in Limited Editions A & B)
Author: Buddy Iahn
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