BTS ARMY And Jimin Fans Outraged After The Singer Didn’t Get Proper Credit On Spotify For his latest Vibe release, which is a collaboration with Big Bang’s Taeyang. On the music streaming platform, the song says Vibe (feat of BTS’ Jimin) and is just Taeyang’s name. Fans were upset, demanding record label Blacklabel fix the bug and slamming them, calling it a “cheap” move. They argued that Jimin “actually sang the song”.
One fan wrote, “Fix this, thanks Jimin!” Another added, “Jimin not credited to Vibe? Blacklabel credits BTS Jimin for Vibe and puts the song under his Spotify profile, which will Affecting his monthly listeners and position as a top artist.” Another added, “There are two versions of Vibe, one of which doesn’t tag Jimin properly, please tag him properly.” “Jimin is not anywhere because of vibe Kudos to it, it’s a song he made, not a sound pushed on spotify, youtube, apple music or Tiktok,” argued one fan.
One added, “This collaboration has been 2 years in the making and Jimin is obviously super excited so it’s just disrespectful to see him not being credited for the songs he wrote.”
This isn’t the first time fans feel Jimin has been treated unfairly. When the album “Proof” was released last year, Jimin no solo demo track, while others have done so. While members are only responsible for selecting the tracks for CD 2, they have no control over the tracks on CD 3. The ARMYs were furious that Jimin didn’t get a solo demo on CD 3 like everyone else, and took to Twitter to express their frustration.
Meanwhile, Jimin and Taeyang’s Vibe is all the rage on the iTunes charts. The lead singer wrote on social media, thanking his fans, “ARMYs, thank you for waiting until this song comes out. I can’t sleep these days, but I fall asleep when I hear the song (laughing emoji). Neng Herong It’s so much fun to sing happily together, Brother Pei, I’ll come over to do a live soon. Thank you, I love you (purple heart emoji).”