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Album: FAKE LOVE / Airplane pt. 2 - Single

Artist: BTS

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 3

  • Copyright: A Virgin Music release; ℗ 2018 UNIVERSAL MUSIC LLC

Tracklist For FAKE LOVE / Airplane pt. 2 - Single By Artist BTS

Title Artist Time
Airplane pt. 2 BTS 3:40 USD 1.29
FAKE LOVE (Japanese ver.)(Remi BTS 4:06 USD 1.29

Reviews For FAKE LOVE / Airplane pt. 2 - Single By Artist BTS

  • Been listening to this everyday since it dropped!

    By Sarba
    I love BTS Japanese Albums as much as I love the regular Native Tongue albums. I always look forward to Japanese releases because it's got a semi different musical vibe and it makes me fall in love all over again with an old song, sung new
  • kings! 💆‍♀️

    By Element leopard
    i’m mostly writing this for the japanese remix of fake love, which is the trap song that i’m sure we ALL needed! fr though, the remix is really nice and i hope they come out with more songs with this kind of sound. definitely would give 6 stars if i could, this is 12/10, thank you.
  • great

    By Nevah relwof
    that version of fake love got me in love again
  • WOAH!

    By IrisRubyAguilar
    The remix version of fake love is so good keep up the good work !!!
  • I’m dead.

    By Zylixx
    Can I just say, BTS always has the best Japanese music when it comes to Kpop groups making Japanese songs? It’s my own opinion and you don’t have to agree, but I’ve listened to other Japanese songs by Kpop artists and they just don’t sound as great as the Korean version. When it comes to BTS, though, their Japanese songs sound as good or better than the Korean versions. Again, this is MY opinion, I’m not hating on any other Kpop groups, I’m just simply stating my opinion. You don’t have to agree or disagree with me about this.
  • 💜💜💜💜BTS!💜💜💜💜

    By jbrocks16
    Amazing music as always, no matter the language. And the fake love remix version?? Yess!!!!
  • Love it !

    By Shjsjsjkskskskkska
    The remix version of fake love is amazing

    By mk8890
    Remix FL is Joon’s version of fake love that he played on his Vlive!!! 💜💜💜
  • Perfect

    By b_etty
    Love it regardless of the language barrier 💜

    By Stunod_
    I love it, it sounds so beautiful.

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