- K-pop superstars TWICE made their summer comeback on Friday with the mini-album “Between 1&2” and the music video for title track “Talk that Talk.”
- The mini-album has seven songs in total, three of which were written by members Jihyo, Chaeyoung and Dahyun.
- This is the group’s first domestic release of the year and their latest since all nine members renewed their contracts with JYP Entertainment last month.
- Before the release of “Between 1&2,” TWICE’s latest albums were their Japanese-language album “Celebrate” and their third full-length studio album “Formula of Love: O+T=<3.”
TWICE dropped their new mini-album “Between 1&2” and the music video for title track “Talk that Talk” on Friday.
The girl group’s latest album comes with six other tracks apart from the lead single: “Queen of Hearts,” “Basics,” “Trouble,” “Brave,” “Gone” and “When We Were Kids.” Members Chaeyoung, Jihyo and Dahyun helped to create some of the new songs. While Chaeyoung wrote lyrics for “Basics” and Dahyun wrote lyrics for “Gone” and “When We Were Kids,” Jihyo co-composed and penned “Trouble.”
- A representative from JYP Entertainment issued a statement today saying that all nine members of Twice have renewed their contracts with the agency.
- Following the announcement, Twice also dropped a teaser for their 11th mini-album releasing on Aug. 26 titled “Between1&2.”
- Twice is now the first generation-three girl group to renew their contracts, making them one of the few groups to break the infamous seven-year group curse.
- It is unknown how long their contracts extend for, but their renewals are consistent with JYP’s announcement earlier this year about their U.S. expansion plans through their JYP USA subsidiary to build off the momentous year for the K-pop superstars.
Fans of K-pop girl group Twice can now “Cheer Up” at the news that all nine members will be renewing their contract with JYP Entertainment.
A statement from a JYP Entertainment representative announced the members’ contract renewals and shared news of an August comeback in the form of the 11th mini-album “Between1&2.”
- Im Nayeon became the first member of Twice to make a solo debut after she dropped her namesake album Friday along with a music video for title track “Pop!”
- The album, “Im Nayeon,” consists of seven total tracks including “Pop!” and features collaborations with Felix of Stray Kids and rapper Wonstein.
- Nayeon received writer credits for the tracks “All or Nothing” and “Love Countdown,” while Little Mix member Jade Thirlwall helped pen “Candyfloss.”
- The debut solo comes shortly after Twice’s first U.S. stadium tour, their U.S. television debut and the creation of their individual Instagram accounts all last month.
Im Nayeon of K-pop girl group Twice made her debut Friday with a namesake album and title track “Pop!”
Just shy of three minutes, Nayeon brings her powerhouse energy to a vivacious, confident and bubblegum video for “Pop!” crammed with 14 outfit changes reflecting her resplendency. The album “Im Nayeon” is not just her name, but a play on words introducing her debut, as if to say “I’m Nayeon.”
- Twice made their in-person U.S. television debut on the “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” Wednesday with a performance of their English-language track “The Feels.”
- The performance was uploaded to the show’s official YouTube channel where it was mistakenly titled “Who Won The PA GOP Senate Primary? | North Carolina Says Farewell To Madison Cawthorn.”
- The erroneous title was originally intended for a video of Colbert’s opening monologue.
- The mixup went viral with many online users finding the incident amusing.
K-pop girl group Twice made their in-person U.S. television debut on the “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” with a performance of their English-language track “The Feels.” The show’s YouTube channel, however, mistakenly titled the video “Who Won The PA GOP Senate Primary? | North Carolina Says Farewell To Madison Cawthorn.”
The video, whose title has now been fixed, showed Twice putting on a memorable performance where they utilized Colbert’s entire stage, from guest chairs to his host desk. At the end of their performance, the girl group received a standing ovation from the crowd.
- Twice member Im Nayeon announced her debut titular solo album today.
- Nayeon is the first member of Twice to have a solo album.
- A teaser image for the album was dropped on Twitter with a release date of June 24 at 1 p.m. KST.
- Nayeon, alongside her eight other groupmates, created their own Instagram accounts for the first time. The JYP Entertainment girl group wrapped up their first-ever stadium concert, a two-night show at Banc of California Stadium this past weekend.
Twice member Nayeon shared a teaser image and release date today for her first solo album, “Im Nayeon.”
NAYEON The 1st Mini Album “IM NAYEON”
- All the members of K-pop girl group Twice created their own Instagram accounts on Monday.
- As of this writing, the individual accounts have amassed over 3 million followers or are approaching that amount.
- Each account uploaded the same first post, a group picture from their encore concert in Los Angeles this past weekend.
- The JYP Entertainment group recently broke records selling out every show of the U.S. leg of their Twice 4th World Tour "III."
All nine members of K-pop girl group Twice opened up their individual Instagram accounts for the first time on Monday.
The JYP Entertainment group consisting of Tzuyu, Sana, Nayeon, Dahyun, Mina, Jihyo, Chaeyoung, Momo and Jeongyeon all shared the same first post, a group picture looking out at the Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles, their first stadium and outdoor venue. Over the weekend, the group performed their two-night encore show there as a follow-up to the U.S. leg of their sold-out Twice 4th World Tour “III.”
- Twice’s upcoming two-night encore concert at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles sold out both nights, making them the first-ever K-pop girl group to headline a U.S. stadium as well as sell out a show.
- After completing and selling out all seven shows of the U.S. leg of their “III” tour, Twice announced their first-ever U.S. stadium concert at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles.
- Twice added a second show to their encore stadium concert after selling out in less than an hour.
- The dates for the encore concert are May 14 and May 15.
Twice’s upcoming two-night encore concert at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles sold out both nights, making them the first-ever K-pop girl group to headline a U.S. stadium as well as sell out a show.
The girl group, which debuted with JYP Entertainment in 2015, recently completed their U.S. tour circuit with their “III” tour selling out all seven shows in L.A., Oakland, Fort Worth and New York. Twice added another night to their L.A. show at The Forum in February due to popular demand.
- K-pop girl group Twice is returning to Los Angeles on May 14 for their first-ever North American stadium performance in a one-night-only encore to their “III” tour.
- After selling out all seven shows of their U.S. tour, which concluded last month, the girl group will be the second-ever K-pop group, after BTS, to perform at a North American stadium.
- Twice’s first-ever official English track “The Feels” debuted at No. 83 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in October of last year.
“Cheer Up,” Twice fans. JYP Entertainment announced on social media yesterday their K-pop girl group will return to Los Angeles “One More Time” for a one-night-only encore concert to their successful “III” U.S. tour.
For the first time, Twice and their fans will “Dance the Night Away” in a stadium — Banc Of California Stadium in Los Angeles — with a capacity of 22,000 instead of their usual The Forum venue, which has a capacity of 17,505.
The 2021 MTV Europe Music Awards have unveiled the nomination list for 2021, and many Asian talents are featured across multiple different categories.
K-pop nominees: On Oct. 20, the MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs) announced this year’s nominees which include many K-pop acts such as BTS, Blackpink, Twice, Monsta X and NCT 127.
Twice’s Jeongyeon has been the subject of online ridicule for her recent weight gain, but fans are pushing back in her defense.
Back from hiatus: On Oct. 15, Twice’s agency, JYP Entertainment, uploaded footage from the group’s “The Feels” music video shoot on YouTube, which included the 24-year-old star joining in on the fun behind the scenes.
K-pop girl group Twice performed for the first time their English-language single “The Feels” on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
“I got the feels for you”: The nine-member girl group, created and represented by JYP Entertainment, simultaneously released their first official single completely in English and a music video on Oct. 1, which has over 15 million views, as of this writing.
TC Candler and The Independent Critics have released this year’s edition of “The 100 Most Beautiful Faces” and K-pop stars have reigned supreme on the annual list once again.
In the rankings released on December 27, Tzuyu, of K-pop girl group Twice, was named the “Most Beautiful Face” in the world for 2019.