BTS Jungkook Expands Global Popularity with Release of Four Remix Versions of New Song ‘3D’

A remix version that allows you to enjoy the new song ‘3D (feat. Jack Harlow)’ by global pop star Jungkook in various ways has been released

BTS member Jungkook, on October 2nd at 1:00 PM (Korean time), released ‘3D: The Remixes,’ which contains the remix audio of his solo single ‘3D.’ ‘3D: The Remixes’ consists of a total of four versions, including ‘A. G. Cook,’ ‘Clean,’ ‘Sped Up,’ and ‘Slowed Down.’


The ‘A. G. Cook’ remix features the British DJ ‘A. G. Cook,’ who adds an electronic house-based, sensuous beat with a touch of EDM, giving the song a trendy vibe. The ‘Clean’ version, the ‘Sped Up’ version with altered speed, and the ‘Slowed Down’ version all create a different atmosphere from the original, allowing you to experience the three-dimensional charm of ‘3D.’

Jungkook’s second single, ‘3D,’ which was released on September 29th, features an old-school sound based on hip-hop and dance from the mid-2000s. The song conveys a message of wanting to meet ‘you’ in three dimensions beyond 1 and 2D, and always being together as ‘us.’


‘3D’ achieved first place on the iTunes ‘Top Songs’ chart in 100 countries/regions immediately after its release and also reached the top spot on Japan’s Oricon ‘Daily Digital Single Ranking’ (as of September 29th).

This song climbed to the third position on Spotify’s latest ‘Daily Top Songs Global’ chart (as of September 29th), maintaining the same ranking for two consecutive days. With this new song, Jungkook has once again achieved a consecutive streak of success following the release of ‘Seven (feat. Latto)’ in July.

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