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BTS reveal true meaning behind hit song Fake Love is 'kind of deep'
The boys also talked about candles and musical influences (Picture: Apple Music)

The seven-member boyband are known for their mesmerising dance routines and instantly addictive beats.

The K-Pop superstars won the Top Social Artist at the Billboard Music Awards, where they performed their single Fake Love from the bands album Love Yourself.

Instantly a classic, fans have been gushing over the song since its release.

The lyrics are pretty deep, and in a new video interview with Beats 1, band member RM finally shared the songs meaning.

And its really profound you guys.

(Picture: Apple Music)
BTS became the first Korean band to top US album charts (Picture: Apple Music)

RM said: Basically, our albums are like four-part series; [the series] is about love. So [Love Yourself: Tear] is part three and its like a turning point.

Were saying that if youre not true to yourself, your love wont last forever. The love could be person to person, it could be between me and myself.

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Its kind of deep, he adds

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In the interview, the band members also talked trivia: some of the things they need in the studio when recording are coffee, Red Bull and Yankee Candles.

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They also talked about their musical influences, including Drake, Nas, Eminem, Charlie Puth and Post Malone.

And which celebrity are they most surprised listen to their songs? Wrestler John Cena.


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