South Korean singer Suran has officially unveiled her new single ‘Blanket’.
The music video for ‘Blanket’ features the vocalist, wearing sunglasses and a cowboy hat, hanging out and having fun in a room cluttered with various knick-knacks alongside MSG Wannabe’s Wonstein, who is featured in the song. “If I return to be with you / I want to place that moment in my dreams / It’s boring but / The blanket is better than over-action,” Suran sings in the chorus.
“I remembered the ‘pop voice’ of Wonstein, which I have been loving a lot these days, so I decided to reach out to him while working on my song,” Suran said in a statement, as translated by Allkpop “Thankfully, he agreed to work with me, and the energy and synergy during our music-making process was really great. Thus, I think the song was perfected beyond our expectations.”
Suran is no stranger to collaborating with K-hip-hop artists, having teamed up with pH-1 on 2019’s ‘Don’t Hang Up’, Mad Clown on 2017’s ‘Love Is A Dog From Hell’ and KittiB on 2016’s ‘2013 Forever’. She also most notably enlisted BTS‘ Suga for her 2017 single ‘Wine’, which also featured Changmo.
In other K-pop news, BTS was recently appointed by South Korean President Moon Jae-in as the Special Presidential Envoy For Future Generations And Culture. The group are expected to represent South Korea in their attendance of the upcoming 75th UN General Assembly scheduled to be held in September.