A diverse remix version of ‘3D (feat. Jack Harlow)’ by ‘global pop star’ Jungkook has been unveiled.
On October 2nd at 1 PM KST, BTS’s Jungkook released ‘3D: The Remixes,’ featuring remix versions of his solo single ‘3D.’ ‘3D: The Remixes’ includes a total of four versions: ‘A. G. Cook,’ ‘Clean,’ ‘Sped Up,’ and ‘Slowed Down.’
The ‘A. G. Cook’ remix features contributions from the British DJ ‘A. G. Cook.’ It combines elements of electro-house with a stylish beat, infusing EDM to give the song a trendy feel. The ‘Clean’ version, ‘Sped Up’ and ‘Slowed Down’ versions with variations in speed offer a different atmosphere from the original, allowing listeners to experience the three-dimensional charm of ‘3D.’
Jungkook’s second single ‘3D,’ released on September 29th, showcases an old-school sound rooted in mid-2000s hip-hop and dance, delivering a message of wanting to meet ‘you’ in three dimensions, always being together as ‘us.’
‘3D’ achieved remarkable success upon release, reaching No. 1 on iTunes ‘Top Songs’ charts in 100 countries/regions. It also topped Japan’s Oricon ‘Daily Digital Single Ranking’ for September 29th. The song ranked 3rd on Spotify’s latest ‘Daily Top Songs Global’ chart (as of September 29th), maintaining the same position for two consecutive days. Jungkook’s latest release follows the success of ‘Seven (feat. Latto),’ released in July, showcasing his consecutive hit streak.