American rapper Megan Thee Stallion has finally received a green signal from a Texas Court to release the remix of the BTS chart-topping number 'Butter' featuring her.
The rapper shared a release poster of the remix on her Instagram page and wrote: "LOVE YOU ALL. BUTTER REMIX 8.27." She tagged the Korean boy band's Instagram page alongside her post.
The news was confirmed by the BTS record label, BigHit Music, which said that the remix will be released on August 27.
Megan Thee Stallion had planned to release a remix of 'Butter' last Friday, but she alleged that she had been prevented by her record label from releasing the song.
Entertainment magazine 'Variety' reported that the rapper had filed a petition on Tuesday in a Harris County, Texas, court, alleging that 1501 Certified Entertainment and its CEO Carl Crawford were stopping her from releasing the song.
The biggest boy band in the world, BTS had released their music video Butter on May 21 this year and had set the internet on fire with the groovy dance-pop track. The music video starts with Jungkook, in his new purple hair, casting the magic of his voice as he sings “Smooth like butter..”. He is then joined by Jin, V, RM, J-Hope, Jimin and Suga, who also in their new suave makeovers get into the groove as the track hits the viewers with its high-energy summery beats.
(With inputs from IANS)