One-seventh of the K-Pop boy band, rapper Suga, somewhat spilled — or rather, tweeted — the beans of a potential collaboration with the English singer-songwriter via the group's Twitter account Thursday morning (December 6).
"Hmm… this is for you @edsheeran #SUGA," the artist tweeted along with an image of what looks to be the waveform rough cut of a song file named "Ed Sheeran ST ROUGH."
Sure enough, the message got their ARMY's attention. "It's Happening let's Get Ready Armies! We gotta hit it hard," one user wrote. Another tweeted, "Two of my fav artists are collabing!?!?!??!"
One fan, in particular, even shared what seemed to be a "spoiler" for the possible BTSxEd team-up, which features the members — including Jungkook, J-Hope, Jimin, Jim, RM, and V — performing acoustics rhythms, possibly from the upcoming tune.
No name for the track has been revealed nor has an official collab been confirmed by either act. However, Sheeran teased in an interview with Heat last month that he may have a possible record with the band coming soon.
"I actually wrote a song that I think they might be messing with," the "Shape of You" star told the outlet. "I heard this the other day. But yeah, I don't know. I really like BTS, though. I think they're great."
Keep those fingers crossed, ARMY!
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