Steve Aoki Releases Ken Jeong-Starring Video for 'Waste It On Me' Feat. BTS: Watch

The clip features an all Asian-American cast.

Steve Aoki released his latest team-up with Korean septet BTS “Waste It On Me" on Oct. 25, with the song going on to become a huge success, landing at No. 89 on the Hot 100. On Monday (Nov. 19), Aoki shared the star-studded music video for the track.

Full of Asian-American representation, the music video stars Ken Jeong, who recently appeared in Crazy Rich Asians, as a waiter pining for actress Devon Aoki, sister of Steve, as he sings his request for her to “Waste It On Me.”

The lip-synch-focused clip also features Crazy Rich Asians’ Jimmy O. Yang, Ross Butler of 13 Reasons Why, Jamie Chung, currently appearing in Fox’s The Gifted, Westworld's Leonardo Nam, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Vincent Rodriguez III, and many others.

"Waste It On Me" is featured on Aoki's Neon Future III album, which was released on Nov. 9. It's the first all-English track released under BTS’ name, and features vocals from Jungkook and RM and marks the third BTS/Aoki collaboration. "Waste It On Me" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 89 on the chart dated Nov. 10, after previously debuting on the Hot Electronic/Dance Songs chart, dated Nov. 3, at No. 11.

Watch the music video for Steve Aoki & BTS’ “Waste It On Me” here:

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