Juice Wrld teams up with the biggest boy band in the world.

On Friday (June 21), K-Pop group BTS dropped off “All Night,” a new single featuring the talented Chicago rapper.  Produced by BTS member RM and Pro Era's Powers Pleasant, the song boasts a 1990s R&B-infused beat with Juice Wrld rapping to a love interest that he’s an Army sergeant for her love.

"Uh huh, ayy, she calls me charming, need an Army/Marching for your love, I'm a sergeant/I'm not from this planet, a martian/For you, I go the hardest/Can't stop when you get me started/You gonna make me park the Aston Martin/Tints on the windows, I don't do no talking," spits the "Lucid Dreams" rapper. 

The Chicago rapper also helps out on the refrain as Juice and BTS member Suga implore their lady friends to stay and party with them all night. "We keep all the party in this room all night/We don't wanna put it on the brake, hold tight," they both sing-rap.

The song will appear on BTS' upcoming soundtrack to their BTS World mobile video game, which drops on June 28. The game will be available in most countries, including on both Apple and Android operating systems.

Listen to Juice Wrld and BTS' new song "All Night" below.

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