ARMY Twitter Is Freaking Out Over Lauv & BTS' New Collab For This 1 Reason

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When news broke that BTS and Lauv were set to collaborate for a second time, ARMYs knew it was going to be epic. Some lucky fans in Korea and New Zealand got to get a first listen because of the time difference and couldn't stop raving about it. But, now that the song has finally been released in the U.S., everyone is absolutely freaking out over the tune. These tweets about Lauv, and BTS' Jimin, and Jungkook's "Who" all praise their harmonious vocals.

Fans first got a glimpse of how well BTS and Lauv sound together when they collabed on a remix of BTS' "Make It Right" in 2019. Lauv told Elite Daily the remix came about in a very classic way and explained what the experience was like:

I was leaving the backstage area, a woman from their team said the boys would love to have you on a remix of ‘Make It Right.' Two days later, I was in London and I just recorded it and sent it over ... It was really fun for me because I’ve never done anything like that. I always write candidly and whatever happens, happens, but this was kind of a situation where I was relating to what the song originally was and finding my own way into it.
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Lauv obviously enjoyed working with BTS, which is probably why he invited them to collab on his new song "Who." Before its official release on his debut album How I'm Feeling (due out on March 6), Lauv gave fans a snippet of the track on TikTok. Although fans heard less than 30 seconds of it, they already know the full track is going to be amazing.

Now the song is here in its entirety, and Lauv harmonizing with Jimin and Jungkook's angelic vocals will make you an emotional wreck.

Here's what fans are saying about the jam below.

Fans clearly love hearing Jimin, Jungkook, and Lauv's vocals together, and this track is already a hit Lauv fans and ARMYs alike.

Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to reflect that "Who" has been released in the U.S.

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