Jung Kook is kicking off the week with two big surprises for fans: a remix of “Seven” feat. Latto mastered by David Guetta, as well as a revamped version of “3D” feat. Jack Harlow, remixed by MK.
Both tracks — which each find their respective DJs amping up the electro dance feel of the originals — dropped Monday (Oct. 30), just four days ahead of the K-Pop superstar’s upcoming debut solo album, Golden. “Seven,” which crowned the Billboard Hot 100 upon its release in July, and “3D,” which bowed at No. 5 earlier this month, are both featured on the album’s 11-song tracklist — as is a clean version of the BTS star’s duet with Latto.
The “Still With You” singer has an exciting week planned leading up to the release of Golden. On Tuesday (Oct. 31), he’ll preview snippets of all 11 of the album’s tracks; then, on Thursday (Nov. 2), he’ll release a teaser for his “Standing Next to You” music video. Two days after the album drops, he was slated to take the stage at the 2023 MTV EMAs, though the event was canceled due to the ongoing war between Israel and and Palestinian terror group Hamas.
Jung Kook is also fresh off of making U.K. chart history with another one of his recent collaborations, “Too Much” with Central Cee and The Kid LAROI. Though not a part of the Golden tracklist, the song entered the Official U.K. Singles chart this week at No. 10, making him the first South Korean soloist to land three songs in the top 10.
Listen to Jung Kook’s new remixes below:
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