As part of promotions for BTS’s new album, BE, the members shared an updated Melon playlist revealing all the songs they love listening to right now.
RM’s favorite songs right now are:
“Black Rain” by Rhye, an 80s-style disco song;
“3 Hour Drive (ft. Sampha)” by Alicia Keys, a washed-out track considered one of the highlights of Keys’ latest album;
“Don Quixote (ft. Wheesung)” by P-Type, a Korean hip-hop song released sixteen years ago.
Jin’s favorite songs right now are:
“Shallow” by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, an OST from A Star is Born;
“Slightly Tipsy” by Sandeul, a Korean OST from She’s My Type;
“Moon” by Jin himself, a song which compares ARMYs to the Earth.
Suga’s favorite songs right now are:
“Life Goes On” by BTS, the latest release all ARMYs know and love;
“Snail” by Panic, a Korean rock song from 1995;
“Willing to Forget” by Kim Kwang Seok, a 1992 Korean ballad.
J-Hope’s favorite songs right now are:
“And We Go” by Sung Si Kyung, a Korean song J-Hope recommended on Weverse last month;
“Lonely” by Justin Bieber and Benny Blanco, a short yet highly personal and vulnerable song;
“Small Fish” by Wonstein, one of the unique Korean rapper’s most recent songs.
Jimin’s favorite songs right now are:
“Honesty” by Pink Sweat$, a tranquil guitar song with no percussion;
“Outta My Mind” by Monsune, a hazy, Prince-influenced pop song made up of sampled soul classics;
“Like A Star” by Corinne Bailey Rae, the singer-songwriter’s 2005 debut hit.
V’s favorite songs right now are:
“Swinging on a Star” by Bing Crosby, a 1944 pop song which once won an Academy Award for Best Original Song;
“It’s Now or Never” by Elvis Presley, a 1960 track which became Presley’s best-selling single;
“Where Love is” by Kurt Elling, a song by a 1967-born jazz artist who recently expressed his wish to collaborate with V.
Last but not least, Jungkook’s favorite songs right now are:
“A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri, a timeless OST from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1;
“This is How U Feel” by Loote, an electropop song made to feel like being in love for the first time;
“Mean It (stripped)” by Lauv and LANY, an emotional and melodic track about a one-sided relationship.