Looks like benny blanco is a true member of the BTS ARMY. In his newest star-studded collaboration, the famed producer taps the BTS vocal line – Jin, Jimin, Jungkook, and V – and Snoop Dogg for a surprising mix. Between the energentic new pop tune, BTS themed cakes, making fan collages and a very random cameo from Ben Sinclair, “Bad Decisions” is already a total trip.
The catchy love song boasts a bouncy pop sound, with the dreamy falsettos of the BTS vocal line throughout, paired with Snoop Dogg’s fun and playful verses as he raps of looking fly and breaking rules. With “Bad Decisions,” the BTS members get downright flirty and lustful in their verses. “Let’s make some bad decisions/I want you, ooh, baby, all of the time/So give me all your kisses/I want you Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, baby, every night,” they sing.
No wonder benny blanco can’t stop swooning in the music video – which by the way, is directed by High Maintenance‘s Ben Sinclair (don’t worry, he does in fact make a cameo.) In the video, blanco, a real BTS super-fan, wakes up in a poster, merch-filled room to gear up for a BTS concert. To prepare, he practices his dance moves, bakes a purple BTS cake, and pulls out of a glass casing an eerily similar replica of Jimin’s outfit from the Dynamite video. Needless to say, he’s as big of a fan as they come.
The song was first teased back in July with the running theme of benny being a BTS superfan. In one video, he asks BTS members Jin, Jimin, Jungkook and V if he can join the band. To that, of course, they respond a very firm “no.” Instead, they propose to make a song together, “the best song ever in the entire world” in fact. And so, “Bad Decisions” was born.
Check out the fun, flirty track and it’s outrageously relatable video below.
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Ammal Hassan is a writer and Esquire’s Snapchat Editor. She covers all things culture with a focus on music and pop culture. She is from Nairobi, Kenya and lives in New York City.
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