Becky G appeared again on what it was wish to work with BTS’ J-Hope in a brand new interview with Teen Vogue launched on Wednesday (Sept. 14).
“We had been one of many first to do Korean, Spanish, and English. It’s actually badass,” she stated of the pair’s 2019 collaboration “Rooster Noodle Soup.” “I’m so completely happy that it occurred the best way it did. To this present day, it’s a kind of, ‘I see you, you see me, and despite the fact that we might not essentially have the deepest conversations, we get it’ [relationships].”
The trilingual bop, which sparked a viral dance craze with its funky choreography, earned Becky G and the Ok-pop idol a prime 10 hit on the Digital Music Gross sales chart and likewise peaked at No. 81 on the Fakazakamp Scorching 100 — making J-Hope the primary member of BTS to chart on the tally as a solo artist outdoors the group.
Throughout her interview, the pop star additionally spoke up about typically carrying the mantle of illustration as a Latin artist, saying, “I’ve been the Latina face for lots of manufacturers and never everybody appears to be like like me. Not everybody identifies with their Latinx tradition the identical approach I do. And so, I’d like to create an area the place if you’re part of the Latinx group, you’re feeling represented and you are feeling seen… Latinidad is completely different for everybody.”
Just lately, Becky G earned her first solo No. 1 on the Latin Airplay chart along with her newest single “Baile Con Mi Ex,” whereas J-Hope served as the primary South Korean headliner in Lollapalooza historical past. Throughout his magnetic set in assist of his debut solo album Jack within the Field, the Ok-pop rapper even introduced Becky out to carry out “Rooster Noodle Soup” reside for the primary time.
Revisit Becky G and J-Hope’s “Rooster Noodle Soup” video under.
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