The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber announce their collaboration, ‘Stay’, with a hint to BTS? | music

You’ve already warned you The Kid LAROI in an interview with LOS40: little things are coming. The Australian warned his fans that we wouldn’t have to wait too long to hear the new music he brought, and he has.

The singer has announced his collaboration with Justin Bieber, Stay, which will be released on July 9. A news that, without a doubt, has revolutionized all his fans. But that’s not all.

The announcement has come in the most original form. The Australian has been throwing various pills of what he plotted with the Canadian through his Instagram account. After posting a photo with Bieber, he has attended a basketball game to show everyone a sign that read “Stay. July 9?”. But there’s more, and perhaps this is what has caught the attention of his fans the most.

On one of these tracks he has posed next to the CEO of Hybe, bts agency, in a photo in which they both hold a cardboard sign that says “Let Laroi take out Stay.” Is it a hint of a possible future collaboration with the South Koreans? We’ll have to wait to find out, even if taking into account Laroi’s imagination, he has a marketing strategy in mind in this way.

Artists such as Charlie Puth they have shared their excitement at the news of this collaboration. “I love this,” he says among the comments of one of the most recent publications about this musical union.

At the moment it is unknown what will be the rhythms that will star Stay, but what is clear is that they will give what to talk about in the charts. This was the case with the remix of Without You, which featured the collaboration of Miley Cyrus. This new version of The Kid LAROI’s biggest hit has already accumulated more than 10 million views on Youtube.

And it seems that The Kid LAROI, the rubbing shoulders with other references in the industry is being given very, very well.


Helen Hernandez is our best writer. Helen writes about social news and celebrity gossip. She loves watching movies since childhood. Email: Phone : +1 281-333-2229

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