BTS Suga's COLLAB With Logic ANNOUNCED By Universal Music Publishing Group #Twosday
"👀 @Logic301 and #BTS's Suga got something in the works. ⚙️ #Twosday" UMPG tweets.
6 February 2020 by Fachana Techamaneewat
LAS VEGAS - MAY 21: BTS at the 2017 Billboard Awards Press Room at the T-Mobile Arena on May 21, 2017 in Las Vegas, NV — Photo by Jean_Nelson
On February 4, Universal Music Publishing Group (UMPG) announced that BTS' Suga (Yoongi) and American rapper and singer-songwriter Logic currently have something in the works.
Check out Universal Music Publishing Group's tweet below:
I "👀 @Logic301 and #BTS's Suga got something in the works. ⚙️ #Twosday"
Attached is a picture of BTS Suga (Yoongi) and Logic at a recording studio.
How did fans react?
Fans reacted with both excitement and confusion. Firstly, several were confused with UMPG's wording in the tweet. Most specifically, they were confused with the word "Twosday", which quickly led to fans spamming the comments section to ask if UMPG meant "two days" or "Tuesday".
I "twosday... two days... tuesday [GIF of a confused tomato]"
I "Wait... TWOSDAY?? Like... what??? In two days? Or Tuesday? What..?????"
I "#TwosDay???? I’m too old for these HTs, can you just tell us."
Meanwhile, another fan diligently defined "twosday", which allegedly came up with this:
I "Twosday is the day of the week where anything interesting happens. It may also be used as an excuse for doing things. Twosday is a very flexiable word and is most used to discribe sexiual happenings. This is closely associated to the phrase "Only on Twosday""
The fan followed with a confused, "Man what".
Fans were in a frenzy because they took the word "Twosday" to mean the date of the release for BTS Suga and Logic's music collaboration.
So, what exactly is "Twosday"?
Basically, it turns out the hashtag #Twosday was used by UMPG before in posts that were uploaded on a Tuesday that featured two people in the picture.
The last one was on Tuesday, January 28, which was a picture of Demi Lovato and Ariana Grande together at the Grammys. UMPG had tweeted this out:
I "The ultimate slay. 💫 #Twosday #GRAMMYs
Besides the confusing hashtag, fans were still excited for the upcoming collaboration, and voiced their thoughts in the comments section:
I "and that's lads n gents how u drop a bomb for the whole fandom to lose their sht to."
I "looking forward to it. Suga is an extremely talented producer. eager to see what they make together!"
Logic is an American rapper and singer-songwriter. His fifth album, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, hit number 1 on Billboard 200 in 2019, marking three consecutive years in which he placed at number 1.
BTS Suga (Yoongi) is a member of the popular K-pop band BTS that is currently taking the US by storm. Suga has several achievements under his belt, including producing the following songs: "Wine" for South Korean singer, Suran, "Eternal Sunshine" for South Korean group, Epik High, and "We Don't Talk Together" for South Korean singer Heize.
Most recently, Suga produced a song for American singer, Halsey, tilted "Suga's Interlude".
Fachana Techamaneewat is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is responsible for researching and writing news articles while providing story updates wherever necessary.
Fun fact: On the weekends, she's an avid writer for practically anything. Her current obsession is the Umbrella Academy, and as of now, is writing a book.