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2PM set to release fifth album


K-pop boy band 2PM os set to release their fifth album on June 1 — nine months since their last.
The new tracks were written and co-produced by the band’s members. Reflecting the success of their fourth album, “Go Crazy” — which the members also wrote and produced — public expectation for 2PM’s upcoming record has been immense.
Members Wooyoung and Junho have both seen their songs hit No. 1 on various Japanese music charts, including the Oricon singles chart. Both wrote and produced their own tracks.
According to group’s agency, JYP Entertainment, 2PM is set to preform on June 27 and 28 at Seoul Olympic Gymnasium in southern Seoul after their album’s release.
The boy group debuted in 2008 with “Hottest Time of the Day,” their first album.
The band originally had seven members, though lead singer Jay Park left the group in early 2010. 2PM gained a huge fan base after a slew of hits, including “10 Out of 10” and “Hands Up.”

By Jin Min-ji
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