B.I Releases "Love or Loved Pt.2" EP

B.I returned with his follow up global album 'Love or Loved Pt.2' on November 10. 

‘Love or Loved Pt. 2’ is a VIBE. Only when the once blazing heart grows cold, freezing far beyond neutrality, do we truly grasp the depth of a love that has already departed. Amid the process of pain and recovery, we find ourselves contemplating the idea of rediscovering love someday. B.I is taking his fans on a journey illustrating love’s beginning and end in various styles.


His indie-pop single "4 Letters," featuring Filipino-Australian singer-songwriter James Reid with Grammy® nominated writer/producer Nick Lee, Grammy® Nominated guitarist Mason Sacks and Jesse Fink takes an unexpected turn with. "4 Letters" is a work of art that involves dreamy melodies and poignant lyrics that resonate deep within the soul, inviting listeners to explore the intricate dance of emotions that love ignites. 

When speaking about the recording sessions, B.I explained,

 “Getting to work with the likes of people like Omer Fedi (Dominic Bucks), AOBeats and Mark Johns was something that I could have only imagined a few years ago. Seeing the two worlds collide is such a cool moment to be a part of.”

The follow up album from the South Korean musician, singer-songwriter and record producer features tracks from award-winning producers the Stereotypes and Cory Enemy along with collaborations from rising stars Destiny Rogers and Tyla Yaweh for the global collaboration single, “Got It Like That.” In 2022, Time Magazine featured “BTBT,” B.I’s collaboration with Souljaboy featuring DeVita as one of their ‘Best K-Pop songs and albums of the year’ with over 125M streams on Spotify and over 73M views on YouTube.


Ciera Reeves

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005 and writing about it since 2009. Her bias groups are VIXX and OnlyOneOf. She is a 2nd-3rd generation K-pop fan, but she is actively keeping up with the current artists. twitter instagram

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