KEY POINTS

  • BTS member Jungkook treated fans with a cover of Lauv's "Never Not" 
  • The K-pop vocalist's cover garnered a million likes in just 10 minutes, breaking the record on Twitter
  • Lauv and BTS have long been collaborating with their first track called "Who" and their second debut titled "Make It Right"
  • BTS will also be releasing a docuseries that will follow the 351-day journey of their record breaking concert tours

BTS member Jungkook recently broke Twitter records when he posted a video of his latest cover.

BTS’ main vocalist Jungkook took to Twitter to share his latest cover of Lauv’s “Never Not.” The video cover, which was posted on the group’s Twitter page, immediately garnered a million views within just 10 minutes, breaking the record on the social media platform.

Dressed in laid-back wear and sitting cross-legged on his bed, the 22-year-old K-pop musician shows off his impeccable vocals as he sings the cover accompanied by a stripped back guitar. The video definitely turned into a superhit for the septet’s fans and magnetized a stunning 2.3 million likes and almost 20 million views. Jungkook’s heartfelt cover stirred up a frenzy among BTS’ Army with the fanbase expressing their admiration towards the K-pop icon’s video cover on Twitter.

“How many times have you listened to #Jungkook singing #NeverNot?! @BTS_twt,” a fan wrote.

“thank you #JungKook for putting "Never Not" by @lauvsongs in my head, it's stuck nowwww @BTS_twt,” another fan posted.

See more of fans’ tweets about the BTS member’s cover video below.

Meanwhile, Lauv and BTS have already teamed up for a song collaboration. Last January, Lauv recently announced the title of his upcoming collaboration with BTS, Billboard reported. The new track which was entitled “Who,” will be featured in “How I’m Feeling” the artist’s debut album which was released via AWAL Recordings last March 6.

On an interview with Billboard last January during the Grammy awards, BTS has also touted their second collaboration with the singer-songwriter called “Make It Right” from their album “Map of the Soul: Persona EP” and hinted that the song collaboration “will be great.”

The highly acclaimed K-pop boy group has also geared up for their latest live streaming venture, as per Forbes. BTS’ official fanclub platform “WeVerse,” revealed the upcoming release of “Break the Silence: Docu-series” a multi-part documentary featuring the septet’s 2018 and 2019 run of their record-breaking “Love Yourself” World Tour as well as the stadium-focused “Speak Yourself” Tour.

Since April 28, the docuseries is currently available for preorder on the WeVerse app where the first two episodes are slated to air on May 12 (Tuesday).

BTS, seen here at the Grammy's in January, have already smashed records with more than 4 million pre-orders for their new album BTS, seen here at the Grammy's in January, have already smashed records with more than 4 million pre-orders for their new album Photo: GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / KEVORK DJANSEZIAN