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TWICE Reveals 2nd Album: Eyes Wide Open


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(Photo : JYP Entertainment)
Eyes Wide Open

(Photo : JYP Entertainment)

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TWICE recently released a new album, under Republic Records. The new record brings an impressive harmony revealing a more matured sound to its audience. The new compilation offers a new retro vibe delivered with the same youthful energy unlike bringing new flavors in the Korean music scene.

Kpop sensation TWICE reveals its ingenuity as they adapt inspiration from the retro ’80s. The group continues to surprise Kpop fans with their unique and intriguing music, echoing their progressive tone and personalities. Featuring the first track, “I CAN’T STOP ME,”  this debut track sets the retro vibe for their 13-track album. 

This project is in collaboration with international artist Dua Lipa, who has also made collaborations with fellow K-pop superstars, Jang Da-hye, also know as Heize, with the track “Behind The Mask.” This partnership brings an edgy, retro vibe that drives the group past its comfort zone. TWICE has recently held a YouTube Special Live presentation for their new album following the Eyes Wide Open release, viewed by around 2 million international followers. 

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The group has become an internationally renowned sensation after TWICE debuted its first album in 2015. This KPOP girl band has been unstoppable since then, taking over the US scene. Having graced the May 2020 cover of Allure Magazine, the collective has been talked of the US Music scene by the most prominent media, including Harper’s Bazaar, TIME, Billboard, MTV, Forbes, Teen Vogue, Elle, and BuzzFeed.

In 2016, the K-Pop girl band became popular for their “Like OOH-AHH” songs, and breakout single “CHEER UP” and concluded their first world tour, TWICELIGHTS. The all-girl group completed 29 countries and has been reported to sold-out concerts for a total of 11,000 audiences in the US alone. The successful concert tour was produced by Live Nation.

The Eyes Wide Open will be accessible to Kpop fans through digital and streaming platforms. 

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