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WATCH: Halsey and BTS' Suga drop collabration song 'Lilith (Diablo IV Anthem)'

By JUSTINE RUTH PUNZALAN Published Jun 06, 2023 6:36 pm

Halsey and Suga of BTS have gotten the internet all fired up with the release of their latest collaboration song, Lilith (Diablo IV Anthem). 

First announced on June 1, the collaborative track is a remastered version of Halsey's song which is part of her 2021 album If I Can't Have Love, I Want Power.

The pair revamped the song to make it the anthem of Blizzard Entertainment's video game Diablo IV which was released on the same day as the song.

Lilith (Diablo IV Anthem) was released on BTS and Halsey's social media pages, with the American singer sharing her challenging experience writing the song with the K-pop idol.

"Collabed with SUGA of @bts_twt on a reimagined version of 'Lilith' for the #DiabloIV anthem & it goes incredibly hard… we both grew up playing the games & I’ve always wanted to do a concept with SUGA with this type of dark mythology," Halsey tweeted.

In the song's dark yet exciting music video, both singers are seen immersing themselves in the Diablo world, with Halsey portraying Diablo IV's protagonist, The Blessed Mother Lilith. She enters a medieval-style castle wearing a dark cloak and later takes it off to unleash her true character of a sexy sorceress.

Suga, meanwhile, makes an appearance through a red haze halfway through the video. He sings and raps the part he added to the song, which has the lyrics, "I know you get too caught up in a moment / You can't call it love if you show it / We just f--- things up, yeah, I noticed / Yeah, I noticed, hear me, yeah, I noticed."

Lilith's release comes on the same day Diablo IV dropped on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. Prior to this, Halsey and Suga collaborated on BTS' 2019 hit song Boy With Luv along with the rest of the group's members: RM, Jin, J-hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook. A year later, the pair teamed up for the song SUGA's Interlude, which was part of Halsey's 2020 album, Manic