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BTS’ Jungkook shares two new remixes of ‘Seven’

The ‘Summer Mix’ and ‘Band’ versions put a new spin on the K-pop star's recent single

By Hollie Geraghty

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

BTS’ Jungkook has dropped two new versions of his recent single ‘Seven’ – listen to them below.

Last week the K-pop singer officially launched his solo era with ‘Seven’ featuring US rapper Latto, which arrived with a music video starring South Korean actor Han So-hee as his on-screen girlfriend.

Now, he’s followed it up with the ‘Weekday Ver.’ remix collection featuring various ‘Seven’ versions, including the ‘Summer Mix’ and ‘Band Ver.’ which are both available to listen to now.

Check them out below.

‘Seven’ was described in a statement from Big Hit as the official start of Jung Kook’s solo career as “an invigorating ‘summer song’ that is sure to have you experience the full breadth of Jungkook’s charm”, per a statement posted to WeVerse. “As Jungkook kicks off his official solo activities, we ask you to extend your utmost anticipation and support for his digital single and many other activities to come.”

Earlier this month, Jungkook made two of his solo songs more 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, were only available on SoundCloud or YouTube, but are now available on streaming services including Spotify and Apple Music.

Back in 2021, the singer spoke to Rolling Stone about his work ethic and efforts to expand his own skillset.

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

“People say that I excel, that I’m an all-rounder. Of course, I excel in some areas, but I don’t think it necessarily helps to bask in those talents and gifts,” he said.

“You can only improve in a certain area when you really practice, when you really try, when you deep-dive into it,” he went on. “So I really don’t want to think myself as an all-rounder. I just want to keep trying and working hard. And of course I do feel pressure, but those pressures can also drag me to work hard and do best at what I do.”

In other BTS news, last month the band released the trailer in promotion of their first book, Beyond the Story: 10-year Record of BTS. The book, which came out July 9 – the day (aka ARMY day) that the fandom name ARMY was confirmed – was co-written with journalist Myeongseok Kang.