BTOB preps single for Japan
“The boy group is scheduled to stay in Japan for around a month to promote their music by visiting major cities,” the agency said.
Cube Entertainment added that BTOB, who recently took the top spot on Korean music charts for their first album’s title track, “It’s Okay,” are aiming to also hit No.1 on Japan’s top Oricon chart.
The upcoming single is a dance track with a cheerful melody written by the producer of their previous hit, “Future.”
BTOB already released the cover art for their single and a trailer for their music video last week.
The group debuted in Japan by releasing their first Japanese album, “Wow,” in November.
Since then, BTOB has gained a huge following in the country, selling over 100,000 albums.
The boy band’s first single, “Future,” hit No. 2 on the Oricon chart when it was released in March.
BY JIN MIN-JI