Last month saw BTS debut their first-ever English-language single, "Waste It on Me" with Steve Aoki. While the group have been known to sprinkle in English lyrics in their songs in the past, "Waste It on Me" was the first time they sang in English for the entirety of the track. The extremely popular K-pop group previously teamed up with Steve Aoki for "MIC Drop," which eventually received a remix featuring Desiigner. Now BTS and Aoki are giving "Waste It on Me" another push with a Ken Jeong-starring video.
The newly released video for the track doesn't star BTS, but it does have a number of high-profile comedians and actors appearing in it. Jimmy O. Yang of Silicon Valley shows up, while Ross Butler of 13 Reasons Why, Jamie Chung, Leonardo Nam, Vincent Rodriguez III, and many more appear alongside the aforementioned Dr. Ken/Community/Hangover actor. The clip sees all the actors lip-syncing the track with some fun results, managing to still come together nicely regardless of the lack of BTS.
Taken from Aoki's recently released Neon Future III album, which arrived earlier this month on Nov. 9, "Waste It on Me" features vocals from BTS' Jungkook and RM. Neon Future III featured a number of big-name guests across a multitude of genres, with Daddy Yankee, Lil Yachty, Blink-182, Bill Nye, and Louis Tomlinson among many others.