Charlie Puth Surprises Fans With Jungkook Collaboration on ‘Left and Right’

Charlie Puth just surprised his fans by announcing a collaboration with BTS’ Jungkook on the new single, “Left and Right,” from his upcoming album, Charlie.

In the clip, Puth pretends to call Jungkook on the phone, and gives him directions on what he wants for the song.

“Hey man, what does it sound like when you sing ‘Memories follow me left and right,'” Puth asks.

“Sure, that’s easy,” Jungkook says, and does so.

Puth then asks him to stand on the left of the microphone and sing “I can be over here,” and then on the right side to sing the same thing, and Jungkook does so.

“And it sounds like this,” Puth adds before playing a clip of the fully-produced track.

“This is gonna be crazy,” I concluded.

In the caption Puth wrote that if the song gets a half-million presaves on Apple Music, Spotify and Deezer, he’ll release the cut next Friday, June 24.

Charlie Puth announced Friday evening his new collaboration with BTS’ Jungkook. He is shown here at the WAZZMATAZZ concert on June 5.
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This is a developing story and will be updated as information becomes available.

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