Coldplay and BTS’single “My Universe” has already begun to appear on music charts around the world, and it’s quickly becoming clear that the two acts are a good hit.The song arrives two weeks before the new album of a UK-based pop / rock band Ball musicYou can see that it is steadily moving in the direction of the top 40. Collaborative efforts are a rare event for Coldplay, primarily known for their sole efforts, and collaboration has made BTS one of the relatively few superstars that help groups secure smashes. increase.
Coldplay has teamed up with very few musicians in releasing singles over decades of career, and most of the time they’ve won the charts. The success of “My Universe” is a credible act for BTS to win hits, demonstrating that Coldplay’s plans to partner with superstars from time to time are still paying off.
Coldplay didn’t release a proper single with another major musician until almost a decade of their career. At that point, they were probably the biggest alternative in the world. The band teamed up with Jay-Z to create a single version of “Lost!” In the Top 40 of the American Hot 100.
It’s been a few years before they adopted another well-known name for their features, and the release was even better for the band. “Princess of China” celebrates Rihanna’s song for her presence and the catchy and creative nature of the cut, making her one of the top 10 in the UK and top 20 in the US, the greatest success of Coldplay’s collaboration. I put it in. So far.
Coldplay was the first Top 10 featured act when The Chainsmokers’ “Something Just Like This” became a Top 5 blockbuster in dozens of regions, including the homeland of both bands. I collected singles. After that coup, it was clear that the era of collaboration had arrived, as UK-based rockers were gaining functionality faster than ever before.
Immediately after “Something Just Like This” swept the world, Coldplay released their kaleidoscope An EP featuring both the Chainsmokers single and the newly dropped “Miracles (Someone Special)” featuring the poems of rapper Big Sean. The cut did not rise to the same height as previous collaborations, but was still consumed by a sufficient number of people and became a chart single.
Now, when “My Universe” reaches the masses like some of the previous Coldplay songs, the band will probably be interested in collaborating with others again. The group’s next album may not feature any more duets, but whenever it starts, they can easily continue this trend in a new era.