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BTS’ Jungkook adds ‘Still With You’ and ‘My You’ to more streaming services

Jungkook's songs were previously only available on YouTube and SoundCloud

By Charlotte Krol

BTS' Jungkook
BTS' Jungkook. (Picture: Wikimedia Commons/I DARE U JK)

BTS bandmember Jungkook has made two of his solo songs more broadly available on streaming services.

‘Still With You’ and ‘My You’ were released in 2020 and 2022, respectively, as part of BTS’ annual Festa celebrations. The tracks, which were only available on SoundCloud or YouTube, are now available on streaming services including Spotify and Apple Music.

Additionally, the songs have been added to South Korean streaming platforms including VIBE, FLO and Genie.

Jungkook is preparing to release his official debut solo digital single, ‘Seven’, on July 14, which is described in press material as “an invigorating ‘summer song”.

The singer has already released other solo songs, including ‘Dreamers’ for the 2022 FIFA World Cup and ‘Stay Alive’ for the 7Fates: CHAKHO soundtrack.

BTS pose for a promotional picture for their Love Myself campaign
BTS have collaborated with UNICEF since 2017 on the ‘Love Myself’ campaign (Picture: Press)

Most of BTS’ have released solo music while the group has been on hiatus to enable each member to complete their compulsory military duty, as all able-bodied South Korean men must before the age of 35.

J-hope, Jin and RM all released solo music in 2022, as has Jimin, who landed the highest UK chart appearance by a BTS member earlier this year with ‘Like Crazy’. V has also reportedly been working on solo music.

Meanwhile, Suga released his debut album under his Agust D alias, ‘D-Day’, in April, which was accompanied by a Disney+ documentary, Suga: Road To D-Day. He is currently in the middle of a world tour, the first member of the K-pop group to embark on a solo run of shows.

The group briefly came back together for ‘The Planet’, which was used in the opening titles for new South Korean animated series BastionsThey are expected to reconvene in 2025.

In other news, BTS recently released a trailer in promotion of their first book, Beyond the Story: 10-year Record of BTS.

The book, which BTS co-wrote with journalist Myeongseok Kang, arrives on 9 July in celebration of the band’s 10th anniversary. The July date also marks the day (aka ARMY day) that the fandom name ARMY was confirmed.