Here Are All 24 Collabs With International Artists BTS Has Ever Done Since The Beginning Of Their Career

Check out a timeline of all their work since day 1!

BTS has collaborated with a wide variety of international artists throughout the last decade. Check out the full timeline of all of the collabs they have ever done below!

1. “Danger (Mo-Blue-Mix)” — with THANH

BTS’s first collaboration with an international artist took place in 2014 when they met with Vietnamese singer-songwriter THANH.

2. “P.D.D” (RM) — with Warren G

RM returned to LA in 2015, a year after the filming of Mnet’s American Hustle Life, to collab with Warren G who taught the boys about the hip hop music scene.

3. “Fantastic” (RM) — with Mandy Ventrice

This song appeared on the Korean version of the Fantastic Four OST. It’s also their first collaboration with a female artist.

4. “Change” (RM) — with Wale

In 2017, this collab was inspired by fans on social media who brought the artists together.

5. “MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix) — with Steve Aoki, Desiigner

Steve Aoki’s remix gave the song more of an electro trap feel and, along with Desiigner’s feature, the song exposed BTS to a wider audience.

6. “Champion (Remix)” (RM) — with Fall Out Boy

“Champion (Remix)” marks the group’s first collaboration with a rock band.

7. “IDOL” — with Nicki Minaj

In 2018, BTS had their first collaboration with a female rapper.

8. “The Truth Untold” — with Steve Aoki

This stunning ballad made the setlist for both the LOVE YOURSELF Tour and SPEAK YOURSELF Tour where fans worldwide were able to enjoy it.

9. “seoul” (RM) — with HONNE

This collaboration started by RM giving a shoutout to HONNE’s “Warm On A Cold Night” on Twitter.

10. “Waste It on Me” — with Steve Aoki

As a breakthrough year in American pop culture for Asians, this music video features many well-known Asian celebrities.

11. “Crying Over You” (RM) — with HONNE, BEKA

In 2019, RM returned the favor for the help he received on his mixtape from HONNE.

12. “Boy with Luv” — with Halsey

After meeting Halsey at the BBMAs in 2017, the two artists collaborated in 2019 and grew a strong friendship and supportive fanbases of one another.

13. “Dream Glow” — with Charli XCX, “A Brand New Day” — with Zara Larsson, “All Night” — with Juice WRLD

The Netmarble game BTS WORLD featured a wide variety of features from international artists on its soundtrack.

14. “Old Town Road (Seoul Town Road Remix)” — with Lil Nas X

This remix lead to BTS’s first-ever performance at the GRAMMYs.

15. “Chicken Noodle Soup” (j-hope) — with Becky G

“Chicken Noodle Soup” celebrates different cultures and languages, featuring Korean, English, and Spanish lyrics.

16. “Make It Right” — with Lauv

Written by Ed Sheeran, this song was first included on Map Of The Soul: Persona and later released as a remix featuring Lauv.

17. “SUGA’s Interlude” (SUGA) — with Halsey

This song marked Suga’s first time as a solo featured guest on an international artist’s song.

18. “ON” — with Sia

Sia’s voice was featured on the single of the 2020 Map Of The Soul: 7.

19. “Who” — with Lauv

Jungkook and Jimin gave a delicate R&B performance with their perfectly matched vocals.

20. “Burn It” (Agust D) — with MAX

Amid his search for an international artists for his mixtape, Suga was able to get in touch with MAX which lead to various collabs.

21. “Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat) (Remix)” — with Jawsh 685, Jason Derulo

This is the first collaboration featuring BTS to reach number one on Billboard HOT 100.

22. “Blueberry Eyes” (SUGA) — with MAX

Suga also featured on MAX’s song and MAX showed his gratitude by learning the Korean rap to perform live.

23. “Butter (Remix)” — with Megan Thee Stallion

After a legal battle between Megan and her team, the remix was released at the end of the summer.

24. “My Universe” — with Coldplay

BTS’s most recent collaboration spreads a message of hope and love and is well-received by fans worldwide.

Source: Weverse Magazine