SUGA of K-pop boy group BTS delivered his words of hope and positivity through his new collaboration song with American singer Halsey―'SUGA's Interlude'.
On December 6 (KST), Halsey dropped her new album 'Manic' and released a video of 'SUGA's Interlude' on her official YouTube channel.
After joining BTS' 'Boy With Luv' as a featuring artist earlier this year, Halsey has now teamed up with the group's talented producer SUGA for an emotional interlude.
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The song's lyrics tell the story of chasing one's dream and facing the reality without losing hopes.
SUGA sang and rapped his part in Korean, and he opened up about his insecurity and self-hate with honest words.
Here is the full English translation of SUGA's part in 'SUGA's Interlude':
My head is only filled with the color blue and wanders around
Self-hatred and vanity live deep inside my heart
I, full of dreams, grew up to have all my dreams come true
But I'm living at the same time thinking that keeping dreams as only dreams is better
Hoping that my leap would not be my fall
I believe that your convictions, efforts, beliefs, and even greed are not ugly nor dirty
Though the dawn right before the sunrise is darker than anything
Never forget that the stars that you longed for can only rise in darkness
Sometimes I wonder if I'm walking on the right path
What else will be there if I run endlessly towards the end of the tunnel, is it right to do so in the first place
Honestly, it's different from the future I hoped for, but that doesn't matter
Now it's the matter of survival, it doesn't matter how it goes
Things might be different from what you wanted
Things you live for as well as things you love might change
Yeah, so, are you gonna move?
We are too young to drag our feet, so let's try crashing into it
So, what you gonna do?
(Credit= Big Hit Entertainment, 'Halsey' YouTube)
BTS SUGA Sings about Self-hate & Dream in 'SUGA's Interlude': Translation
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