BTS’s V sings Paolo Sandejas song on player vlog


MANILA, Philippines — BTS’ V treated fans to a selection of easy-listening pop hits and old-but-golden music, including Paolo Sandejas’ “Sorry” on their reader vlog released in time for Army Day on July 9th.

Kim Tae-hyung or V posted the 53-minute vlog on BangTanTV’s YouTube channel to delight fans since it was released on BTS fandom day Army.

“(I) will be playing all my recent favorite songs,” V said in the opening minutes of the vlog.

It was a day of surprises as V made an unscheduled dental appointment after his tooth was chipped the night before from eating hard ice cream. His journey also included a roadside stop to buy corn and eat a set of kkomak (blood cockles) instead of the originally scheduled burger stop. V revealed that he likes kkomak bibimbap (rice bowl).

V said he had no planned destination, but would later find himself driving to scenic spots out of town.

He got introspective while lounging at the gazebo near the restaurant overlooking a scenic view and played hits like Adele’s “Easy On Me,” The Weeknd’s “Out of Time,” and Ed Sheeran’s “Bad Habits.”

The Filipino Armies were thrilled when they heard V play Paolo Sandejas’ 2020 hit “Sorry”, which was part of the Filipino singer’s EP Purple Afternoon. It was played in the 26th minute of the vlog.

“Paolo Sandejas” was trending on Twitter the day the vlog was released.

“Having one of the greatest artists in the world know my name AND listen to my songs is insane to me! It’s a surreal experience, and I have no words to express how honored I am that he’s enjoying a song I’ve worked so hard on,” Sandejas shared.

While V’s music recommendations were recent hits like “Easy” by Troye Sivan, “About Damn Time” by Lizzo, “Save Your Tears (Remix)” by The Weeknd and Ariana Grande, and “Good

Mood” from “Paw Patrol: The Movie”, he also showed the old soul in him while playing classic blues, soul and jazz.

Among these was “It’s been a long time, it’s been a long time” by Bing Crosby.

“I thought you needed a little calm in your life, your work, your happiness and your day, so I chose this song. It’s a beautiful day to drive with the windows down. I love it that,” said V.

Apart from that, he also played Switch’s 1980 R&B hit “Love Over and Over Again”, 1967 US Billboard Hot 100 hit “A Whiter Shade of Pale” by Procol Harum and Etta James recording from “A Sunday Kind of Loving.”

V also shared that he’s been hesitant and indecisive for the past four years when it comes to his music, but is finally pursuing his interests.

“This time the concept design is, I mean, there’s a lot more I want to show now, so I realized the album didn’t have to be a genre. I decided to branch out and try new genres that I’ve always wanted to try so I’m working on a lot of songs right now,” V explained.

He is also happy that his ideas were used in their web variety show “Run BTS.”

Towards the end of the vlog, he played fantasy golf and the Guess the Song game. V said he wanted to end the vlog by treating his directors who joined his drive vlog to dinner.

“I got to do a unique type of shoot today and it was awesome. I want to do it again next time. Army, you did well for 53 minutes,” V concluded in his vlog.

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