TWICE NAYEON solo debut song is “POP!”
Group TWICE Nayeon will aim for the summer of 2022 with her solo debut song “POP!” (pop!).
Nayeon will release her first mini-album “IM NAYEON” (I am Nayeon) at 1 p.m. on June 24 (U.S. Eastern Time) and debut as TWICE’s first solo artist.
JYP Entertainment posted an image of the Shinbo track list on its official SNS channel at midnight on the 31st, and pre-released some of the songs of the title song “POP!” through TikTok, raising expectations.
The pre-released new song “POP!” captured the ears of K-pop fans at home and abroad at once, with its addictive melody and the most “naive” color.
Famous domestic and foreign writers such as KENZIE, London Noise, and Isran worked together to improve the completeness of the music, and Nayeon doubled the charm of the song with its attractive tone and refreshing energy.
The first mini album “IM NAYEON” includes the title song “POP!” as well as “NO PROBLEM (Feat. FELIX of Stray Kids),” “LOVE COUNTDOWN (Feat. ONE STEIN)” (All the songs are “All Not Good”, “Two Flawless” (Two Flawless). Shinbo Credit boasts super-luxury lineup such as DJ Shift K3Y, hit song maker earattack, K-pop popular writer Shim Eun-ji, Jade Thirlwall, a member of global girl group Little Mix, and The Stereotypes, a famous American production team.
For her first work with her name, Nayeon quietly developed her musicality and took on new challenges.
He wrote the lyrics for the fifth track “ALL OR NOTHING” and co-wrote the third track “LOVE COUNTDOWN (Feat. Wonstein).”
In particular, the 2nd track “NO PROBLEM (Feat. Felix of Stray Kids)” and “LOVE COUNTDOWN (Feat. Onestein)” will release songs featured by other artists for the first time on the TWICE release album.
Meanwhile, Nayeon’s new name “IM NAYEON” means her real name “Lim NAYEON,” while also containing a confident message of “I’M NAYEON,” or “I’m NAYEON.” 안전공원
Nayeon’s ambitious solo debut album has been pre-sale on various domestic and foreign online record sites since May 24, and will be officially released at 1 p.m. on June 24.