BTS Star Jung Kook Releases New Versions of Solo Breakout English Language Hit ‘Seven’

“Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday (A week) / Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday / Seven days a week / Every hour every minute every second / You know night aftеr night / I’ll be fuckin’ you right / Seven days a week…” Not the raunchy lyrics of British R&B talent Craig David, but those from the solo debut of BTS star Jung Kook and his breakout English language hit Seven, which the star releases several new versions of.

Now releasing a Summer Mix and Band Version, Jung Kook has seen the track continue to grow in popularity. The star told Variety about what vibes he was aiming for on the sexy, summer anthem: “The song does have the breezy and summery vibe. I hope that anyone who listens to “Seven” can have a fun summer whenever they listen to it.

Jung Kook expands: “It’s my official solo debut, so everything is a challenge and feels new and fresh. Of course, I think a lot about delivering good music and performance while working on my music. But above all, as this is my first step forward in the spotlight as a solo artist, I want to show a more mature and grown version of myself.”

Seven is penned by Andrew Watt, Henry Walter, Jon Bellion, Latto, Theron Makiel Thomas and features production from Watt and Cirkut.

Stream the full Seven EP above.

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