Jungkook Of BTS Shares Heartwarming Cover Of Gsoul’s ‘Hate Everything’
Jungkook, member of K-pop group, BTS, has shared a cover to the 2019 song, Hate Everything, originally performed by GSoul.
On Thursday evening, 3rd February, the Korean sensation took to his Instagram page to share a minute-and-a-half long clip of himself singing to the emotional song, choosing to upload his vocals with his face hidden behind a blank, black screen.
The song ‘Hate Everything’ was previously and officially released by GSoul, or Golden as he popularly called, back in 2019 in both Korean and English.
Jungkook rendered the English version of the track, where he sings, “Hate that I’m singing this song / I hate that I have to be strong / Hate that you’re gone, I hate all my flaws / Hate that you love someone else / Hate everything, I just hate everything.”
This quickly caught the attention of the original singer, as he later responded to the cover during an Instagram livestream he had hosted while getting his nails done.
“He sounds amazing. Shout out to Jungkook, man. He sounds so amazing singing my song, oh my God,” he said, in a clip archived by fans on Twitter.
[INFO] GSoul mentions Jungkook’s cover of his song ‘Hate Everything’ on his IG Live
👤: He sounds amazing, Shout out to Jungkook man, he sounds so amazing singing my song oh my god, I’m extremely thankful… pic.twitter.com/iFMqqazKVD
— 𝐽𝐾 📁 (@jeonfolders) February 3, 2022
“I’m extremely thankful to ARMY (BTS’ official fan base name). Good lord,” added GSoul, laughing sweetly. The Korean singer-songwriter did not waste time to follow Jungkook, sharing snippets of the cover on his Instagram stories.