BTS’ V and IU’s collaboration caught everyone off guard after the two idols announced a song titled “Love Wins All.” The title was previously titled “Love Wins,” which was changed to the rising controversy about the true meaning of the song. Now, IU and V unveiled still cuts for the new music video.
After a couple of heated days regarding the queer-baiting controversy about the song’s title, IU’s label, EDAM, started to promote the pre-release single of the artist with an amazing glimpse of what the music video is going to be about.
Taehyung’s fans, better known as ARMY, couldn’t been more thrilled to watch their idol starring in the music video along with IU. In addition, Army stated they are more than glad to keep receiving content from V, despite him being enlisted in the South Korean military in December 2023.
The “Love Wins All” music video appears to be encapsulated in a post-apocalyptic aesthetic, along with some interesting elements of the sci-fi movies. The pre-release single along with the music video is set to be released on January 24, KST. Are you excited about this promising collaboration?