6 Remixes Of BTS’s Songs That Are Just As Lit As The Original

What’s your favorite remix from BTS?

Are there any K-Pop song remixes or versions that you enjoy as much as, or even more than the original? BTS‘s songs have a variety of different remix versions of their songs that some newer ARMYs may not be aware of. Here’s a list of six different remixes of their popular songs.

 

 

 

DNA (Pedal 2 LA Mix)

“DNA” is a part of their Love Yourself ‘Answer’ album and this Pedal 2 LA remix was released on August 24, 2018. This songs gives off a more rock style vibe and fans love it for the hybrid of rock and pop.

 

 

Butterfly (Prologue Mix)

“Butterfly” is a track from their The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever album back in 2016. This prologue remix version was released on January 2, 2018. Many fans claim that this is almost better than the original for its upgraded melody and vocals.

 

 

 

Run (Ballad Mix)

“RUN” is a part of their The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever album from 2016. This version of the song was released in 2018 and is a fave among fans due to the rap line members singing in this remix.

 

 

 

 

I Need You (Urban Mix)

This song also features the rap line singing, which is a rare thing to see. This is also a part of the The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever album from 2016. This urban mix version was released in 2018.

 

 

Fake Love (Rocking Vibe Mix)

“Fake Love” is the lead single from their third studio album Love Yourself: Tear (2018). This rock style vibe gives a whole different feel to the song and fans aren’t mad about it at all.

 

 

 

MIC Drop Steve Aoki Remix (Full Length Edition)

“MIC Drop” is a part of their LOVE YOURSELF 結 ‘Answer’ album from 2018. This Steve Aoki Remix full length edition features a dance break portion that left fans shook.

 

 

 

It’s a win-win for ARMYs in that they get to enjoy not only the original version but also remix versions of their favorite songs. Let’s hope for some more lit remixes from BTS this year!

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