Let’s Checkout BTS’ J-Hope and Becky G’s Epic Collaboration ‘Chicken Noodle Soup’

J-Hope and Becky G’s Long Collaboration Road


Becky G met the BTS members on May 2nd, 2019, during the Billboard Music Awards. And J-Hope previously said that he would like to collaborate with the American singer.

On September 26th, 2019, the American singer hinted that she would have a special collaboration with the rapper of BTS, J-Hope. Knowing that they would have released a new song, ARMY and Becky G’s fans expressed their excitement and highly anticipated the new release. BTS fans believed that this hint was a long-awaited collaboration between Becky G and J-Hope. It seems that the two artists have confirmed a new secret “CNS” collab on Twitter. And basically, ARMY were thinking really hard to figure out what really has happened.

There were plenty of rumors circulating within the BTS fandom, ARMY since J-Hope and Becky G left the internet in a mess and stirred Twitter on September 26th, 2019. While ARMYs have been speculating what “CNS” means, many fans seemed to have figured out that the hashtag is an acronym for “Chicken Noodle Soup.”

Music Video Concept and Style


The music video of “Chicken Noodle Soup” was directed by Yong-seok Choi of Lumpens, and co-produced by Nathan Scherrer. J-Hope went to Los Angeles himself without his group’s members to shoot the music video for the song and it features over 50 dancers from different nationalities.


The music video has a retro feel with an urban atmosphere and shows some pretty interesting dance moves. In the verses of the multilingual song, Becky G raps about owning her roots as Latina, and remembers where she came from, meanwhile, the K-Pop superstar raps about his dreams and his personal story with the dance.


The video incorporates dance moves from the original “Chicken Noodle Soup” dance by Young B. and DJ Webstar, as well as new choreography that includes flapping elbows with bent legs to mimic a chicken. The video ends with an informal clip of the dance crew singing and dancing together. This addition was personally requested by J-Hope with the intention of capturing the positive energy and vibe on the day the music video was shot.

J-Hope’s Strong Connection to “Chicken Noodle Soup”


“Chicken Noodle Soup” was the first song that J-Hope learned to dance to, and Becky G also fell for the song when she was a child. This collaboration marks a full-circle moment for both the South Korean rapper and the American singer.

During his VLive broadcast, J-Hope explained that the original “Chicken Noodle Soup” by Webstar and Young B was a meaningful song for him. This is because when he was a teenager, he often listened to the song. It was also the first song he listened to when he began learning how to dance.

J-Hope also said that he wanted the make a new version of “Chicken Noodle Soup” by him and Becky G to be featured on his debut mixtape Hope World as the track representing his passion for dancing. He also wanted the track to feature another singer but as a collaboration failed to happen, the track was not released in 2018 in his debut mixtape Hope World.

Meaning Behind The Song


Since the new song “Chicken Noodle Soup” has been released, the song has been a bop and it broke many records. J-Hope and Becky G proved that they both are really talented artists. They can both sing, rap, and dance. But we cannot fully appreciate the song unless we know what the song really means.


“CNS” stands for “Chicken Noodle Soup.” J-Hope and Becky G made the remake version of the classic 2006 dance-floor song by DJ Webstar and Young B with their own version and incorporated trilingual lyrics in it. J-Hope raps in Korean and Becky G raps in Spanish.

“Chicken Noodle Soup” is international in its approach not only because it is by vocalists from two very different parts of the world, but more than that, the two artists give shoutouts to their respective places of origin. As Becky G said, the artist “always gets love from where he came from.”

While in the J-Hope side, he wrote “Gwangju,” a city in South Korea in his lyrics. And he refers to “Geum-nam Chung-jang Street,” a section of this locality, as his “Harlem.” He also points out the strong hip-hop influence behind “Chicken Noodle Soup,” as its tune and many of its lyrics have actually derived from the original version of the song.


But in general, his verse is dedicated to honoring the work ethic which has ultimately led him to become a successful rapper and dancer. Meanwhile, Becky G also gives a shoutout to Latin America, as she has a Mexican descent. She also raps some lyrics in Spanish. And also talks about her success.

How To Stream The Song?


On September 27th, 2019, Big Hit released the official music video of “Chicken Noodle Soup” on its official YouTube channel ibighit.

Big Hit Entertainment also put links on how to download the song:

J-Hope – Chicken Noodle Soup (feat. Becky G) Download

Google: http://bit.ly/2m2a8gZ


Dropbox: http://bit.ly/2mbw212


We can also stream the song through Soundcloud: https://m.soundcloud.com/bangtan/chicken-noodle-soup-feat-becky-g

Spotify: apple-music://music.apple.com/us/album/chicken-noodle-soup-feat-becky-g-single/1481100562?app=itunes


J-Hope’s English Improvement


ARMY already knows that BTS’ RM can speak English fluently, and it makes him not only the leader of the group but also the spokesperson. The other six members of BTS had been quite busy to learn the English language because they have realized that they were no longer just an ordinary K-Pop group but they have become world-famous stars.


J-Hope, the rapper of BTS recently released his collaboration song “Chicken Noodle Soup” with American singer Becky G. J-Hope and Becky G were invited to KIIS FM to talk about their new trilingual collaboration “Chicken Noodle Soup,” and J-Hope opened up more about himself during the interview.

During the interview, J-Hope was speaking in English and many fans and ARMY were amazed by J-Hope’s improvement in speaking English. Even though he was a little bit nervous, J-Hope managed to answer each question entirely in English, and fans were blown away with his improved skills. He started off the interview by talking about how different it was to work on a project without his members, as well as his contributions to it.

He said, “Becky was so nice.” When he was asked about his feelings about working with her, he answered, “We spoke different languages, but we communicated through music. And Becky’s Spanish rap was so awesome.” J-Hope also said, “Shooting together with Becky was the best part. It was so much fun dancing with the dancers, but the shoot was so intense. It was hot and thought I would die.”