Charlie Puth and Jung Kook’s music video for their collaboration track “Left and Right” surpassed 100 million views on YouTube in the three weeks since its release, peaking at number 22 on the Billboard Hot 100. now. Now, to celebrate “Left and Right” surpassing 100 million views, the American singer-songwriter and BTS star is sharing behind-the-scenes footage from a video directed by Drew Kirsch, which Billboard can exclusively reveal. permission.
In this scene, Puth and Jungkook simultaneously snap their fingers behind the wheel of a car, pout their lips, and show off how Jungkook prepares for some of the coolest close-ups in the video. As for the overhead shots of the music video of the two being shot on the spot, Puth joked that it gave each of them a knot in their necks. “We just shot in a small circle, me and Jungkook, and there was a point where we rested our heads, and I think we both developed problems early on for the shoot, because so that was interesting,” Puth said, with Jungkook mockingly groaning and massaging his neck.
We also get to see a behind-the-scenes look at Puth and Jung Kook playing around a setting designed to look like a doctor’s office – a psychiatrist who nods seriously when two people around his office in flashy blue and pink suits. See it here.
For the “Left and Right” video, Puth recommends viewing it horizontally on your phone to get the full effect.
Charlie Puth’s collaboration with a member of BTS comes as the South Korean boy band is given a break to give the members time to pursue some solo paths, such as this one. However, BTS still has a lot to offer, including the recently announced Disney+ TV deal.
https://www.billboard.com/music/pop/charlie-puth-jung-kook-left-and-right-video-behind-the-scenes-1235113968/ Behind the scenes – Billboard