Recently, Steve Aoki sat down for an interview with Korean press where he shared his thoughts of his work with BTS and overall K-pop phenomenon.
He broached to talk by giving credit to BTS for breaking boundaries in the global music scene, whilst releasing songs in its native language, Korean.
Steve Aoki said, "Just as Bruce Lee took over the world about 50 years ago, BTS has also broken down the cultural boundaries. They represented Asians, while they sang only in Korean and demonstrated Asian's potential."
Then Steve Aoki revealed that he is also interested in collaborating with more K-pop artists other than BTS.
He said, "I really hope to collaborate with MONSTA X and CL. I witnessed MONSTA X's quality projects through social media, and I'm also close friends with CL and BIGBANG's SEUNGRI, even beyond our music business-wise relationship."
Meanwhile, Steve Aoki and BTS' latest collaboration track 'Waste It On Me' entered Billboard's Digital Song Sales chart on the first day of its release.
(Credit= 'chaelincl' Instagram, 'OfficialMonstaX' 'steveaoki' Twitter)