The synthpop duo HONNE shared the story behind their collaborations with BTS’s RM.
HONNE is currently on their “Love Me / Love Me Not” Asia tour. On November 14, HONNE held a concert at Blue Square in the district of Yongsan, Seoul. This was their fourth time performing in Korea. In 2016, they performed their first solo concert in Korea, followed by performances at the 2017 Seoul Jazz Festival and last year’s Sound City.
HONNE is a popular electronic duo from England consisting of singer and producer Andy Clutterbuck and producer James Hatcher. They are loved by many fans all over the world for their music created with classic soul and synth sounds and have many hit songs such as “Day 1,” “Warm on a Cold Night,” and “3am.”
During a round interview at a hotel in Hongdae held on November 15, HONNE shared how they ended up working with BTS’s leader.
HONNE said, “A few years ago, we saw that RM had mentioned our song ‘Warm on a Cold Night’ on Twitter and we talked about how we should collaborate.”
They added, “It was before BTS was popular in the United States and England. But we knew he was a good person, so we decided to produce a song on his mixtape.” He went on to say, “After that, when we were making ‘Crying Over You,’ we thought RM would be perfect for the emotional element of the song, so we asked him to feature in it and he was happy to help.”
Last year in October, HONNE participated in the composition and production of RM’s “Seoul” released in his second mixtape, “mono.” Then in March 27, 2019, they released “Crying Over You” featuring RM and BEKA.
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