‘Stand up!’ for K-pop boy group Omega X’s debut Japanese-language album

Spire Entertainment’s 11-member K-pop boy group Omega X released their first Japanese-language album “Stand up!” on Wednesday.

The album features a title track of the same name and comes with five other songs: “Luv ‘Em,” “I’m Sorry,” “Drive,” “#BRB” and a Japanese version of “Omega X” from their first mini-album “Vamos.”

“Stand up!” was a pre-release single with an accompanying music video that dropped in July. The group’s first Japanese-language album is a follow-up to their summer album “Stories Written In Music,” led by the title track “Play Dumb.”

Omega X will embark on their first world tour, “CONNECT: Don’t Give Up,” in Latin America in September before heading to 14 cities across the U.S in October. 

 

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The group debuted in June 2021 with the mini-album “Vamos” and consists of members Hwichan, Sebin, Hangyeom, Taedong, Xen, Jehyun, Kevin, Junghoon, Hyuk, Yechan and leader Jaehan.

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