South Korean boy band BTS poses in the press room with their awards during the 2019 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 1, 2019, in Las Vegas, Nevada. (AFP/Bridget Bennett)
Following the release of their latest album "Map of the Soul: Persona," the K-pop boyband have joined forces with several international artists. And British singer-songwriter Charli XCX appears to be one of them.
The South Korean band has registered a new collaborative track with performing rights organization BMI, reports Metro.
The project, titled "Glow," features Charli XCX. Norwegian producers Stargate are also credited as songwriters and composers on the forthcoming single.
It is still unclear whether Charli XCX has contributed to the songwriting or will be performing on "Glow."
Charli XCX wouldn't be the first British artists to collaborate with the K-pop sensation. Ed Sheeran teamed up with BTS on "Make It Right," featured in the band's album "Map of the Soul: Persona."
BTS has recently broken the record for the most viewed music video debut in YouTube history. The clip for their collaboration with Halsey, titled "Boy With Luv," amassed 74.6 million views within the first 24 hours of its release, on April 14.
Meanwhile, Charli XCX has shared her latest single "Blame It On Your Love" -- featuring American rapper Lizzo. The song will likely appear on her highly anticipated third studio album, out at some point this year.