BTS Member J-Hope's Two-Second Appearance In Drake's 'In My Feelings' MV Freaks Out K-Pop Fans
BTS member J-Hope's dangerous "In The Feeling" dance has paid off. Part of it was included in Drake's official music video for the song. Although J-Hope was only seen in just a couple of seconds, it is enough to thrill the BTS Army.
Last month, J-Hope gave his take on Drake's song while a moving car rolls alongside him. The clip has so far garnered nearly 11 million views on Twitter, and it is expected to climb further after a portion of the footage was featured in Drake's MV.
The Canadian artist recently released the official music video for "In The Feeling," just over a month after social media comedian Shiggy kicked off the "In My Feeling" dance challenge by posting a video of him grooving to the tune. Drizzy's new MV features a montage of celebrities, fans, and animals around the worlds performing the challenge as the credits rolled on the screen.
Aside from J-Hope, other celebrities who took the challenge and are seen in the eight-minute clip are Will Smith, Ciara, Ryan Seacrest, DJ Khaled, Steve Aoki, and the cast of Queer Eye. Drake's dear friend Millie Bobby Brown was also in the MV, dancing along with her Stranger Things co-star Noah Schnapp. Watch J-Hope's very quick cameo in Drake's "In My Feelings" MV around the 7:37 mark below.
As soon as Drake's official YouTube account shared the MV, it was flooded with comments mostly from BTS fans. The Army expressed their excitement that J-Hope's "In My Feeling" clip was included in Drizzy's video.
The music video for "In My Feelings" also features Power actress La La Anthony as Kiki and Phylicia Rashad as her mother. Shiggy also appears on the MV as an on-set production assistant. The "In My Feelings" MV already garnered over 38 million views on YouTube.
Meanwhile, BTS are set to release their next album Love Yourself: Answer on August 24, a day before the official kick-off of the band's Love Yourself world tour at Seoul Olympic Stadium. It will be the follow-up to the septet's record-breaking album, Love Yourself: Tear. It is also the fourth and reportedly the last in BTS's Love Yourself series.