Steve Aoki hasnt scrimped on the celebrities as he released the star-studded music video for his tune with BTS, Waste It On Me.
For the tune in which the K-pop seven-piece sings in English, Steve gathered a bunch of Asian-American stars for the bop, as they all sang the song like it was a rowdy round of karaoke.
Ken Jeong, Ross Butler, Devon Aoki, Jamie Chung and Ben Baller all graced the film clip, as the Hangover star began things by miming along to the first verse.
For an extra hit of star-power it was directed by Linkin Parks Joe Hahn.
In the coming minutes, Kens character daydreams of winning a sing-off against 13 Reasons Whys Ross and sweeping Devon off her feet, as Steve DJs in the background.
Ken said of his role in the clip: Its so cool to be a part of the number one song…in the WORLD.
Its even cooler that Im working with my friends, a stellar all Asian-American crew in front of and behind the camera.
Its just another win for the hit, which sent ARMYs into meltdown when it was released last month, as a track on Aokis newest release Neon Future III, debuting at #1 in more than 60 countries with 4 million streams in the first 24 hours.
A solid effort.
The group have worked with Steve before on the hit song Mic Drop, which has over 365 million views on YouTube.
The tune, off Steves latest album, will sit alongside collabs with Blink 182, Jimmy Eat World, Lady Antebellum, Lil Yachty and his old pal Louis Tomlinson.
Hes not wasting anything.
Waste It On Me is out now.
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