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The name of the group implies that it will express the “B-side”, a self within us that everyone has and can enhance.
The EP is based on a strong, unique narrative that will unfold in a series, the group’s comrades have said asking to keep an eye out for perspective and the messages they will convey from here on out.
The flagship track “Ring X Ring” mobilizes around twenty hit-makers, as expected from the first female group launched by musician / producer Yoon Jongshin, to depict a mysterious incident in a village.
“The howling siren in the introductory part is a calling sign for us and also calls out those who are out there,” Moon Sua explained.
“We are all nervous since this is where we are showing up for the first time,” Haram admitted, “But we support each other. This is the start and we will only strive to do better.
Seventeen will be released single in Japan next month
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The group is releasing “Ainochikara,” which translates to “Power of Love,” on December 8 in Japan, Pledis Entertainment reported on Wednesday.
The same title focus track is her first winter-themed song and contains the message that with the power of love we can get through cold and difficult times and find warmth and comfort. It is also a ballad, a first in his Japanese repertoire, which gently closes the “Power of Love” project of the musicians which lasted a year.
The single also includes the Japanese version of “Home”, title track from the sixth EP “You Made My Dawn” and “Snap Shoot” from the third studio album “An Ode”.
Seventeen will unveil new songs ahead of time during the Japanese edition of their digital “Seventeen Concert Power of Love” concert on November 18th.
Meanwhile, her ninth EP “Attaca” reclaimed No. 1 on Oricon’s Weekly Albums Chart for next week, two weeks after peaking on November 1.
TXT releases its 1st EP in Japan
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The EP titled “Chaotic Wonderland” consists of four songs, including the Japanese version of “0X1 = LOVESONG”, the main track from his second full album “The Chaos Chapter: Freeze”, and features Ikuta Lilas, lead singer of the Japanese band Yoasobi.
“Ito,” written by Japanese band GReeeeN, is also included in the four-track EP. The air from the ballad is used as the opening theme song for the Japanese television series “Spiral Labyrinth – DNA Forensic Investigation” which began airing last month.
The quintet debuted in Japan in January last year with the single “Magic Hour” and released the second single “Drama” and the first LP “Still Dreaming”. The group is the fourth international artist to put four consecutive albums on Oricon’s weekly charts – “The Dream Chapter: Eternity”, “minisode 1: Blue Hour”, “Still Dreaming” and “The Chaos Chapter: Freeze”.
GOT7’s Youngjae to meet fans online
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He made his debut as a solo musician with the EP “Colors from Ars” last month. The EP topped the iTunes album charts in 26 regions and the lead song “Vibin” was No. 1 in its song chart in 21 regions.
“I am amazed at the huge interest in my first solo music and grateful to the fans for their love,” he said in a recent interview with a fashion magazine. He does his best every time he’s on stage and will continue to enjoy the music himself before anything else, he added.
By Hwang You-mee