BTS is unstoppable when it comes to creating absolute bops — that's just science. Proof of this is BTS's song "Fake Love," a single from their third album, Love Yourself: Tear , which fans have kept on repeat since it was first released. At the heart of "Fake Love" are some pretty emotional lyrics, and luckily BTS is here to explain the actual meaning behind the song. During a recent video interview with Beats 1, RM opened up about the true meaning of "Fake Love" and how it actually fits into a bigger story that the group is trying to tell through their music. So [ Love Yourself: Tear ] is part three and it's like a turning point. We're saying that if you're not true to yourself, your love won't last forever. The love could be person to person, it could be between me and myself," he explained.
Lower Priced Items to Consider
The excellent young New Zealand band take part in the grand power-pop tradition of addictively buoyant songs about crummy romance. The Danish punk boys come on like bastard sons of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, with a smoldering venture into mutant American roots-rock from their excellent fourth album, Beyondless. Guitars sulk and kick like Eighties Def Leppard, while the blocky bass lines are tenacious enough to compete with Atlanta hip-hop; brusque rapping tugs against intricate, swooping singing. And alongside Robyn, it was more proof that American pop acts can learn a lot about emotional depth from their EU peers. This song, which mirrors the sort of mood-swings familiar to many of us in , is an outburst of chiming joy modulated by unshakable clouds. The finale of her warmest LP yet caps a virtual mixtape of ecstatic dance floor melancholy. During her post-teen-pop phase, Hayley Kiyoko has transformed herself into a queer-pop auteur, directing and starring in her own videos for pulsing anthems.
Featured items you may like
Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. Skip to main content. Lower Priced Items to Consider. Is this feature helpful? Yes No. Thank you for your feedback. See All Buying Options. Have one to sell?
It was written by "Hitman" Bang , RM , and Pdogg, with the latter of the three solely handling production. The Korean version was released on May 18, , as the lead single from the band's third studio album Love Yourself: Tear by Big Hit Entertainment. Columbia Records serviced the song to US contemporary hit radio on June 12, , as a single in that country.