What are your thoughts on BTS’s ‘Butter’ remix featuring the popular female rapper Megan Thee Stallion?
Alongside the digital release, Big Hit also uploaded a Visualizer MV with cute and interesting animations that match the vibrant atmosphere of ‘Butter’.
In a previous announcement, Big Hit shared that BTS’s song ‘Butter’ has been honored to top the Billboard Hot 100 chart 9 times, this is the highest achievement of a song released in 2021. To celebrate this historic milestone that BTS has achieved thanks to the support of their fans, they have decided to release a new remix version of ‘Butter’ featuring Megan Thee Stallion.
This special version of Butter, in addition to BTS’s own identity, also contains the unique rap and distinctive vocals of Megan Thee Stallion, a three-time Grammy Award winner. Many netizens, after listening to the remix, were extremely surprised by the unexpected collaboration between BTS and Megan.
Even though it’s just a remix of the song that was released 3 months ago – it quickly became a hot topic on online forums. Many Knets are extremely excited because they feel that the collaboration of BTS x Megan Thee Stallion is really unique and exciting. Although Megan’s rap sounds distinctive, it doesn’t stray from the melody of the song. The most attention-grabbing part is the rap verse of Suga and Megan, which is said to be indeed ‘smooth like butter’.
Some comments from Knets:
- Actually, I find it a bit strange, but overall the song still sounds nice.
- I feel that Megan really enjoyed this collaboration. She could clearly showcase herself but also harmonize well with BTS.
- Megan’s intro is amazing!!
- I want to see the collaboration stage too!!
- I’m surprised because they harmonize better than I thought, Megan’s rap is really good.
- Wow, I was afraid it wouldn’t turn out good because Megan Thee Stallion’s rap is so thick and unique. But I didn’t expect her tone to fit the song so well!!
- The good thing here is that Megan doesn’t just have a few-second verse. She starts the song, raps in the middle, shares a rap part with Suga, her voice also echoes at the end. The distribution is subtle and nice, Megan doesn’t sound out of nowhere at all.