Steve Aoki, BTS working On A New Song After 'Mic Drop' Success; Responds To Producer Marz
Steve Aoki and BTS collaboration and remix of "Mic Drop" set new records and have been topping the music charts globally. It seems like the DJ is not stopping from creating music with BTS despite Producer Marz's trashy comments about their collaboration.
According to a report by AllKPop, Producer Marz, who works with the SM Entertainment artists, belittled the famous group, BTS as well as their followers. Marz also called the collaboration of BTS with Steve Aoki "trash" during his recent live session on Instagram.
One of Aoki's followers reported the issue to the "Just Hold On" musician but just responded to Marz's comment positively. Aoki wrote on Twitter on Feb. 26, "What one calls trash others will find the gold. Stay with what makes u happy and it doesn't matter what they think https://twitter.com/karmaisanarmy/status/967852297526087680 ..."
Indeed, "Mic Drop" recently went Gold and fans of respective music makers applauded Aoki with his response to Producer Marz's negative comment. For Marz, "Mic Drop" might be trash, but for music lovers around the world, it is just something that they have waited to hear.
"And now we got some new music coming out for 2018," Aoki revealed. "That's exciting as well! So we got this remix to put out there. But now we have some more original music as well!"
The publication also revealed that the "Kolony Anthem" DJ has built a friendship the members of BTS. Aoki stated that the BTS crew were lively and fun to be with, which could be the reasons why they became great buddies in just a short span of time.
There's no doubt that fans of BTS and Steve Aoki are excited for another collaboration from the two musicians.