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BTS’ Jungkook Drops ‘Dreamers’ For FIFA World Cup 2022, ARMY Reacts

Jung Kook's new song is produced by RedOne and features Qatari singer Fahad Al Kubaisi.

BTS Jung Kook has finally released a new music video for his solo single, ‘Dreamers’ and Army just can’t keep calm. The K-pop boyband member Jung Kook debuted the song at the opening ceremony for the World Cup in Qatar last week. Dreamers is part of the 2022 World Cup soundtrack. However, the new video for the song is, to put it mildly, very much a shiny advertisement for the controversial host nation, with Jung Kook exploring various parts of the country.

Jung Kook’s new song is produced by RedOne and features Qatari singer Fahad Al Kubaisi. Dreamers video is only available to watch on YouTube due to restrictions imposed by soccer’s governing body FIFA. As BTS member drops the new song, ARMY went crazy and has already begun trending the Dreamers’ music video on Twitter. While a fan tweeted, “He slayed as always.”

Another added, “Dreamers MV is so amazing omg Jungkook looks so fine… I’m so proud he showed the world what he can do…” Meanwhile, many other fans referred to ‘Dreamers’ as a masterpiece with some calling it the perfect World Cup song. Another ARMY tweeted, “never thought locals would listen to a bts song non stop dreamers did that everyone is so obsessed with the song that’s all they hear on repeat I FEEL SO PROUD OF JUNGKOOK!!!!”

One said, “Jungkook’s boxing coach, Tommy, posted a one minute clip of the Dreamers MV in his IG story with a simple caption of purple heart… He’s always been so supportive of Jungkook.” Jungkook is expected to release his solo album sometime next year, prior to his mandatory military service. The band will reconvene again in 2025.

However, Qatar has drawn sharp criticism for its treatment of women, who face various forms of social and legal discrimination, as well as LGBTQ people. Going into the tournament, the captains of several European nations had planned to wear armbands in support of the LGBTQ community. However, even those plans were squashed after FIFA threatened yellow card penalties that would have put those players and their teams at an immediate disadvantage.

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