NCT 127 to drop repackaged version of hit album 'Sticker'
Boy band NCT 127 will release a repackaged version of its latest hit album “Sticker” under the new title “Favorite” on Oct. 25, its agency SM Entertainment said Tuesday.
“Favorite,” consists of 14 songs, three more than the original version. The band’s third full-length album “Sticker” has sold over 2 million copies in less than a month since its release on Sept. 17.
“Favorite,” the title track of both albums, is an R&B pop dance song with addictive whistle sounds and harmonious vocals. Its lyrics tell the tragic story of loving someone despite knowing that your relationship will meet a devastating end. It was written, composed and arranged by the agency’s in-house songwriter Kenzie.
NCT 127 debuted in 2016 as a subunit of the 23-member boy band NCT, best known for its songs “Firetruck” (2016), “Cherry Bomb” (2017), “Simon Says” (2018) and "Kick It" (2020).
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