After Desiigner dropped hints he was working with K-Pop boy band BTS a few weeks back, their collaboration has finally arrived. BTS have released a music video for a Steve Aoki remix of their “MIC Drop” featuring the “Panda” rapper.

Although Desiigner is absent from the song's visuals, he delivers some high-energy verses as per usual. Steve Aoki is present in the electrifying video, thriving behind the DJ decks. As is to be expected from a boy band in 2017, the music video features amazing dance choreography and on-point streetwear looks from the likes of OFF-WHITE™ and Mastermind.

The original version of “MIC Drop” appears on BTS's Love Yourself: Her EP released back in September. Revisit the original song below.

In other music news, 2 Chainz brought back his trap house in Atlanta just in time for the holidays. Get the full scoop right here.

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