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The Track List For Max’s New Album Confirms the Collab With BTS’s Suga We’ve All Been Wishing For

The just-revealed track list for pop singer Max’s upcoming sophomore album, Colour Vision, features the BTS collaboration he’s been teasing since he revealed that he hung out with his “new brotherSuga earlier this year.

The pair will meld their voices on the track “Blueberry Eyes,” one of a handful of duets on the album, due out on Sept. 18. They previously teamed up on “Burn It” from Suga’s D-2 mixtape.

Also included on the 12-track release are previously-released collabs with Hayley Kiyoko (“Missed Calls”), Chromeo (“Checklist”) and Quinn XCII (“Love Me Less”), and the next single, “Working For the Weekend,” which will drop on Aug. 14.

Check out the full Colour Vision track list below.

“Colour Vision”

“Working For the Weekend”

“Love Me Less” (feat. Quinn XCII)

“Acid Dreams”

“Circles”

“Blueberry Eyes” (feat. Suga of BTS)

“Where Am I At”

“New Life”

“Checklist” (feat. Chromeo)

“Missed Calls” (feat. Hayley Kiyoko)

“SOS”

“There is a God”

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