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12 April 2019, 12:01 | Updated: 12 April 2019, 12:18
BTS collaborated with Ed Sheeran for a song on their new album, 'Map Of The Soul: Persona', creating a track titled ‘Make It Right’.
But it’s not just Halsey who stars on the new album, with Ed Sheeran also a contributor after helping the boys pen the song ‘Make It Right’.
The South Korean boy band have confirmed the tune was written with Ed, after teasing they’d been working together last year.
Ed told Heat in 2018: “I actually wrote a song that I hear they might be messing with. I heard this the other day. I really like BTS though, I think they’re great.”
And in December Suga proved they'd put the plans in motion as he tweeted Ed with a picture of a song they were creating, captioning it: "This is for you."
Following the album's release Ed showed he was listening to the new creation in an Instagram post, writing alongside it: "This is the first K pop song I’ve had the honour of helping write. Check out the rest of the project too. Well done @bts.bighitofficial."
'Make It Right' is described as a “delicate” collaboration, while the overall theme of 'Map Of The Soul: Persona' is said to be a “nod to the band’s past while showcasing their maturity and newfound understanding of love and the ever-widening world around them.”
The description adds: “The tracks have a clear message; Finding joy in love and reaching out to the world.”