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BTS’s Suga stole the show in PSY’s comeback MV for “That That” 

PSY’s latest title track feat. and prod. by BTS’s Suga is attracting attention. 

At 6PM KST on April 29, PSY officially released his comeback title track “That That” in an unexpected collaboration with BTS’s Suga. Suga reportedly took the initiative to make this collaboration happen. They co-wrote and produced “That That” together with EL CAPTIXN. Notably, Suga also contributed his voice in the song and appeared in his senior’s MV.

That That – PSY feat. Suga

PSY is beyond thrilled about this collaboration as he revealed that when finding out he could work with Suga for this comeback, he felt like he had “saved a country in his past life.” 

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Suga’s rap verse in That That
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The MV has a funky style, PSY’s trademark 
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That That’s fun choreography

With its catchy, upbeat melody and funky choreography that is PSY’s signature style, the song is drawing much praise from the public. Suga‘s rap verse and producing talent once again gain admiration because every time he collaborates with another artist, he always shines with his own color. 

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However, there are also some netizens who are not so impressed with the song, except for Suga’s part, which according to them, totally stole the show. 

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Some netizens’ comments:

  • The song sounds good but I don’t see a breakthrough since PSY’s style is still the same. However, Suga’s rap is the highlight of the whole song.
  • The beat is so catchy while the choreography is so cute and the MV is also quite funny!
  • Good quality music and choreography!. 
  • The beat makes me want to get up and dance.
  • The beat is lovely to the ears and Suga’s rap part is out of this world!
  • The music is beyond my imagination.  Every time Suga collaborates with an artist, he harmonically mixes his own music style with their style. I’m so proud of him!
  • The song sounds really fun and bustling. It’s a song composed by Suga with PSY’s music style.
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