TWICE New Album 2018: K-Pop Group Drops Full Tracklist Of 'Yes Or Yes'
TWICE has dropped the entire tracklist of its upcoming album Yes Or Yes. The list reveals that some members of the Korean female group have contributed to the lyrics of the songs in the new album.
The sixth album of TWICE contains seven tracks including title single "Yes Or Yes." The album has "Say You Love Me," "LaLaLa," "Young & Wild," "Sunset," "After Moon," and the Korean version of "BDZ" which was composed, arranged, and produced by J.Y. Park.
The group earlier teased the first part of the tracklist. TWICE revealed that the title track of the new album is written by Sim Eun-jee, who also co-wrote TWICE's popular song "Knock Knock" and produced by David Amber, who also did the TWICE's popular song Heartshaker.
"Yes Or Yes is a song that only TWICE can sing. It is a colorpop genre, a bouncy and bright song. This song will instantly stick 'it's a good song' in ears. We are that confident, no further explanation needed," JYP Entertainment said (via AllKpop).
The Yes Or Yes tracklist also revealed that the lyrics for the song "After Moon" were penned by members Jungyeon, Chaeyoung, and Jihyo. This is not the first time the members reportedly in the creation of their album.
Last year, members Nayeon, Jungyeon, Jihyo, Dahyun, and Chaeyoung participated in the production of their Twicetagram album as songwriters. The rap lyrics for the track "Missing U" were written by Chaeyoung and Dahyun, "24/7" co-written by Nayeon and Jihyo while "Love Line" was penned by Jungyeon.
TWICE's full comeback is set for this November 5 at 6 p.m. KST. Yes Or Yes is TWICE's third album this year following the mini album What is Love? in April and Summer Nights in July.
TWICE is also preparing for their official fan meeting to mark the group's third anniversary on Oct. 28. Moreover, TWICE has also announced their dome tour in Japan, making them the first girl group to hold such concert in the country. The group will perform at Tokyo Dome for two days and will hold one show each at the Nagoya Dome and the Kyosera Dome in Osaka.
The dome tour is reportedly kick off on 2019 following the successful Twice 1st Arena Tour 2018 BDZ in Japan. The group wrapped up their arena tour in Japan this month which is part of the promotion of their first full-length Japanese album BDZ. More details about the upcoming Japan dome tour are expected to be released next month.
TWICE debut on October 7, 2015, with the extended play The Story Begins. They were also launched in Japan in July 2017 with their J-pop hit album #Twice. The group became popular in Japan even before their official debut because of the presence of the Japanese members: Momo, Sana and Mina.