Different K-Pop artists are collaborating with non-Korean artists more and more often these days, which is awesome to see and helps spread the music genre even more globally! In these collabs, you might be curious to know what the line distributions are like when singers outside of a group’s normal line-up is involved. Here are 15 popular international collaborations and the percentages of lines that both the Korean and non-Korean artists have in each.

1. “Boy With Luv” by BTS ft. Halsey


2. “Idol” by BTS ft. Nicki Minaj

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3. “Kiss and Make Up” by BLACKPINK ft. Dua Lipa

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4. “Chicken Noodle Soup” by J-Hope and Becky G

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5. “Dream Glow” by BTS and Charli XCX

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6. “Don’t Need Your Love” by NCT Dream and HRVY

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7. “Lo Siento” by Super Junior ft. Leslie Grace

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8. “ON” by BTS ft. Sia

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9. “Who” by BTS and Lauv

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10. “Sour Candy” by BLACKPINK and Lady Gaga

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11. “Physical” by Hwasa and Dua Lipa

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12. “POP/STARS” by K/DA (Madison Beer, Jaina Burns, Soyeon, and Miyeon)

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13. “Close to Me” by Red Velvet, Ellie Goulding, and Diplo

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14. “Mic Drop” by BTS ft. Desiigner

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15. “Like Money” by Wonder Girls ft. Akon

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