It was just a few days ago that BTS’ J-Hope and Crush’s Rush Hour was released, and the video won hearts within a very short period of time! Not only fans but many other celebs also heaped praises on the music video that witnessed the first-ever collaboration of Hobi and Crush. The latest to react to Rush Hour is none other than BTS’ youngest member Jungkook himself. The Left and Right singer could not contain his excitement and was a little too excited after having watched J-Hope and Crush’s dance practice video for Rush Hour.
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On September 28, 2022, KST, BTS member J-Hope took to social media to share a clip of the dance practice video for Rush Hour co-starring Crush. We can see J-Hope in P Nation’s dance practice room in the video along with Crush and a group of other dancers. Not only that but Hobi is also seen lip-syncing to the rap part of the track while showing off his excellent dance moves.
As soon as J-Hope shared the dance practice video on Instagram, his co-member from the BTS, Jungkook was among the first ones to comment on the same. The singer expressed his amazement after having seen Hobi’s amazing dance skills. If you are thinking that he posted a single comment on the video, you are wrong! It is because Jungkook posted eight different comments on the same post by J-Hope, drawing laughter among the fans.
Jungkook’s repeated comments caught J-Hope’s attention in no time who had an equally funny response to the same. Here is what he replied, “JK, what is this.”
Rush Hour 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. Talking about Crush, he is currently gearing up for the release of his upcoming fourth mini album titled With Her.
Here is what he said about his collaboration with the Septet member, “We’ve been talking a lot about music with each other for a long time. And while preparing for my new song, I realized that we shared similar goals and thoughts in terms of music. So I suggested him to join me.”