DNCE has revealed their wish list of artists to work with. The four-member rock band recently said they would love to share a studio with the South Korean boy band, BTS.

BTS and DNCE

Talks about DNCE and BTS’ possible collaboration started when a Twitter user asked the rock band if they would mind sharing a studio with the K-pop group. In response, DNCE expressed their love for BTS and said they would love to work together with them any day.

DNCE – Jack Lawless, Joe Jonas, JinJoo Lee and Cole Whittle – have been vocal about their admiration of K-pop music.

During their guest appearance on SBS’ “One Night of TV Entertainment” last March, the rock band expressed their desire to collaborate with BIG BANG member Kwon Ji Yong, known to fans as "G-Dragon."

BTS at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards

Also known as Bangtan Boys, BTS made history as the first K-pop group to win an award at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards. They took home the Top Social Artist award, edging out other nominees like Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez and Shawn Mendez.

In their acceptance speech, BTS expressed their deepest gratitude to their official fan club, AMRY, stating that it would not have been possible without their constant without their constant love and support.

Will BTS debut in the United States?

Four years after their debut, BTS is now an established K-pop group in the international scene.

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With their recent successes, fans cannot help but wonder whether the seven-member boy band ever plan to formally debut in the United States.

However, Bang Si Hyuk, the president of Big Hit Entertainment, thinks that preparing an official debut in the U.S. is yet excessive. He believes BTS is not yet ready to make an international debut, reiterating that breaking into the American market is not an easy thing to do.

"A K-pop singer, gaining attention in America's mainstream market with the genre of K-pop and competing with American mainstream artists with the goal of making an official debut overseas is completely different from the start," President Bang Si Hyuk said in an interview with Korean news outlet OSEN, as cited by All Kpop.

President Bang Si Hyuk believes BTS has gotten to where they are now by using their strengths as K-pop artists and Big Hit Entertainment is planning to continue their growth with that focus. Amid the process, if they surpass a certain point and gain attention in the American market, then the label might consider prepping for an international debut.