GOT7 drops their third studio album
Boy band GOT7 on Monday released their third full-length album “Present: YOU,” a record packed with solo tracks from each of the seven members as well as the single “Lullaby” in four different languages.
“‘Lullaby,’ is faster in tempo compared to [our previous song] ‘Look’ and divided into more beats, with lyrics saying ‘All you say comes to me as a lullaby,’” team leader JB said during a news conference in Seoul ahead of the album’s release.
The group’s agency JYP Entertainment said the song’s genre is “urban deep house” with dreamy sync sounds.
The track comes in four different languages - Korean, Chinese, English and Spanish - as the five-year-old K-pop band tries to reach out to a wider audience across the globe.
The fresh endeavor followed the completion of GOT7’s world tour earlier this year, which took the seven members to 17 major cities in Asia, Europe and North and South America.
“We started producing the new album while we were on the tour, which let us feel the love and care our fans across the world give to us,” member Jinyoung said.
“They love songs in Korean, but we thought it important to communicate with them in their own languages,” he said.