TWICE's 'One More Time' Leaked Online
A few months ago, TWICE announced to release their first Japanese single "One More Time". The first teaser of the MV was released on September 14 and the full version of the song was scheduled to come out on October 18.
Much before its official release, the track was leaked yesterday online by an unknown source. As Allkpop quotes, a link to a music streaming site was shared on the web. This link gave access to the full version of "One More Time". Not just this, the song was also shared on YouTube.
Although the leaked content has been blocked by YouTube in many countries, many people are claiming to hear the full song. So far, no comment has been published from TWICE on this issue.
The South Korean girl's group made their debut in Japanese music industry with their album "#TWICE." The tracks in the album featured Japanese and Korean language versions of their five Korean singles.
The album was ranked No. 1 in the August Oricon Daily Album Chart, nearly two months after it was released. "#TWICE" also saw a hike in the sales, within two months around 260,000 recordings were sold. They also became eligible for certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ).
TWICE is the first-ever Korean musical act to achieve a Platinum Record in Japan. "#TWICE" also holds record to be the highest-selling album by a K-pop girl group in Japan.
The South Korean musical group was formed by JYP Entertainment through the 2015 reality show Sixteen. "The Story Begins" was the first EP released by TWINS.
Group has nine members: Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu. Three beautiful girls-Momo, Sana, and Mina are Japanese that gives an edge to "TWICE" in the 'City of the Rising Sun'.
Much before its official debut, the group became popular especially among female teenagers because of the presence of these Japanese members. NHK News also ran a feature about the group, centered on how it is mending relations between the two countries, Japan and South Korea.