If there may be one factor Steve Aoki has undoubtedly mastered, it’s the flexibility to entertain. Whether by a reside present or a video, the producer has the unparalleled potential to seize the eye of hundreds of thousands. His newest collaboration with Korean pop sensation BTS, titled “Waste It On Me,” is one more instance of this, with the monitor debuting at No. 1 in additional than 60 international locations.
The official music video for the monitor stars none aside from The Hangover‘s Ken Jeong, who falls in love with a girl he’s serving at a membership. The video options an solely Asian-American forged, with heavy-hitters together with Aoki’s half sister and supermodel Devon Aoki and Thirteen Reasons Why stars Ross Butler and Jamie Chung. Aoki spoke concerning the video, and the monitor’s impression on him that impressed the Asian-American forged within the first place.
“When I came upon that ‘Waste It On Me’ was the No. 1 tune on the planet on Apple Music, I spotted that this monitor represented extra than simply me and BTS,” mentioned Aoki. “It’s larger than music, and we hope to indicate different Asians they’re additionally part of the worldwide business musical panorama. I really feel so deeply concerning the Asian footprint in music tradition that I wished the music video to have a wholly Asian forged and director. The video tells the story of ‘Waste It On Me’ in an extremely humorous, witty, and intelligent method.”
The video is out now Ultra Music.