10 Western Pop Songs You’re Missing Out On That Feature K-Pop Artists
You’d be surprised at how many Western songs feature some of your favorite K-Pop artists on their tracks. So without further ado, here are 10 amazing tracks you may not have heard of, but must listen to that feature popular K-Pop artists:
Up To You – PRETTYMUCH feat. NCT DREAM
This song will have you up and on your feet in no time with its catchy lyrics and beat. Plus, they’re singing about consent so we can’t not stan.
Close To Me – Ellie Goulding feat. Red Velvet and Diplo
Red Velvet’s beautiful voices give this song a lovely twist, and their voices complement Ellie’s wonderfully.
So Am I – Ava Max feat. NCT 127
NCT 127 fit seamlessly within this song, and we can’t get enough of it.
Looped Up – tobi lou feat. Vernon (SEVENTEEN)
Vernon’s voice complements this chill song perfectly, and it’s the perfect poolside vibe.
Physical – Dua Lipa feat. Hwasa (MAMAMOO)
Dua Lipa and Hwasa’s voices work beautifully with each other, and we’re obsessed with how well the concept fits both of them.
Crying Over You – HONNE feat. RM (BTS) and BEKA
RM’s poetic lines fit perfectly with this sad song, and they offer a comfort that is unique to him.
If You’re Over Me (Remix) – Years & Years feat. Key (SHINee)
This upbeat track was remixed with Key, and his crystal-clear voice fits right in with Years & Years.
17 – Pink Sweat$ feat. Joshua and DK (SEVENTEEN)
Joshua and DK’s beautiful vocals give the song an even more dreamy vibe that will make you start reminiscing on the good old days.
Working For The Weekend – Max feat. eaJ (DAY6)
While we’ve all heard “Blueberry Eyes” by MAX featuring Suga from BTS, this funky song featuring Jae from DAY6 is also a certified bop.
Truth Hurts (AB6IX remix) – Lizzo
This popular song got a makeover with AB6IX, and their voices give the song a different flavor we didn’t know we needed.