BamBam drops new single ‘Wheels Up’ in collaboration with Golden State Warriors

The song also features Oakland recording artist Mayzin

GOT7’s BamBam has partnered with American basketball team Golden State Warriors on his new single ‘Wheels Up’.

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Earlier this week, the basketball team announced the launch of Golden State Entertainment, an affiliate company that will release music and documentaries on sports and culture from the Bay Area.

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To formally launch the company’s music division, Golden State Entertainment released the song ‘Wheels Up’ today (April 22), a new single performed by BamBam. The song also features Bay Area rapper Mayzin on the track.

“I’m on a mission, and can’t nobody stop me / King of the empire, and can’t nobody top me / ‘Cause I know what I’m destined to be, destined to be / Whoever wanna go and stand in my way,” BamBam sings.

Prior to the announcement, BamBam had performed the track during the Warriors’ game against the Los Angeles Lakers on April 7. ‘Wheels Up’ is slated for release on April 22, with further details about the track are expected to be released in the coming days.

In January, BamBam made his return with his sophomore mini-album ‘B’, which was led by the single ‘Slow Mo’. Notably, the track was co-written by BamBam and American singer Pink Sweat$a collaboration that the pair first hinted at late last year.

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In other news, K-pop boyband Stray Kids announced the venues and dates for the North American leg of their upcoming world tour ‘Maniac’.

On April 19, the group took to social media to share a new poster for the forthcoming leg of the tour, along with additional details on venues, dates and ticketing. According to their announcement, ticket sales open on April 22 at 3pm local time through Ticketmaster.

The ‘Maniac’ tour is the follow-up to the boyband’s ‘District 9: Unlock’ world tour, which took place from late 2019 to early 2020, before the remaining tour was cancelled or postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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