Ever since Rush Hour was released, fans have wanted to know more about the excellent camaraderie between BTS member J-Hope and his co-star Crush. Now, the duo has finally revealed their amazing chemistry through the behind-the-scenes footage for the music video of the track that is currently tracking everywhere. Take a look at the details with us below.
The BTS video
On September 27, 2022, KST, Crush took to his official YouTube channel and unveiled the behind-the-scenes footage for the music video of his latest single titled Rush Hour, featuring BTS’ J-Hope. We can see both the K-pop stars dancing their hearts out at the filming site of the music video and in the practice room, an energetic video that has now gone viral on social media.
Crush not only shared the BTS video but also explained the concept of the entire music video. Here is what he said, “drew a scene where a desolate road is jammed, and then is refreshingly resolved.” It is after then that Crush and J-Hope are seen doing some cool hip-hop moves with a large group of dancers and revealing their free-spirited charms. We also get to see a separate interview with J-Hope in which he says, “I had so much fun working together [with Crush]. I experienced many good things.”
Did you know that Rush Hour is Crush’s comeback single after his discharge from mandatory military service? As for J-Hope and the rest of the members of the BTS, questions arise every now and then regarding their military service. Though the Septet has never denied going for the same, nothing has been specifically revealed about it yet.
Talking about Rush Hour, the track is a fusion of Crush’s amazing vocals and J-Hope’s wonderful rap flow. We cannot help but appreciate the trendy dance bits that have a little influence from BTS’ popular Mic Drop, as was revealed in the earlier teasers. There is no denying that the track is an old-school diner with all the cars and dance crew and music in motion in the entire video.
As of September 23, 2022, Rush Hour has topped the iTunes Top Song Chart in 41 regions, including China, Indonesia, Brazil, the Philippines, and Mexico. Apart from that, the track has also entered the top 10 in a total number of 68 regions – 2nd in the US, 3rd in Japan, and 4th in the UK, which means it has won the hearts of global listeners.