Steve Aoki shares all Asian-American cast video for BTS collaboration Waste It On Me
"When I found out that Waste It On Me' was the number one song in the world on Apple Music I realized that this track represented more than just me and BTS."
In 2018, everything that K-pop band BTS touch instantly becomes huge and that includes the groups latest collaboration with DJ Steve Aoki with Waste It On Me. Dropping the music video for the melodic club track on Monday morning, Aoki has spearheaded a music video that features an all Asian-American cast, making it one of the first mainstream English-speaking music videos by a major artist to do so.
Now, Aoki has unveiled the visuals for the track, which includes an exclusively all Asian-American cast.
As well as Jeong, the video sees appearances from 13 Reasons Why star Ross Butler and Jamie Chung. Check the track out in full below.
The song, which marks BTS' first full song in English, touts a long list of Asian-American celebrities in its cast. Ken Jeong, Ross Butler, Devon Aoki, and Steve Aoki are the first stars fans see, then actress Jamie Chung appears. Throughout the video, fans get to see Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Vincent Rodriguez, Westworld's Leonardo Nam (he's actually Argentine-Australian), YouTuber Tiffany Ma, Crazy Rich Asians actor Jimmy O. Yang, and more lip-sync to the new Steve Aoki/BTS bop.
Happy Monday, BTS and Steve Aoki fans! You just got a brand new music video to go along with their latest collaboration. Based on the tweets about BTS and Steve Aoki's "Waste It On Me" video, however, you all already knew that, so great! We're all caught up. Aoki and BTS dropped their highly anticipated music video for "Waste It On Me" on Monday, Nov. 19, after the song came out on Oct. 25.
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