TWICE continues to gift fans with amazing content by releasing another Japanese compilation album containing their best tracks!
Top K-pop girl group TWICE announced the upcoming release of their third Japanese compilation album, titled #TWICE3.
JYP Entertainment first revealed the exhilarating news on July 16 via the girl group’s official Japanese fan club homepage and social media accounts.
— TWICE JAPAN OFFICIAL (@JYPETWICE_JAPAN) July 16, 2020
Moreover, a video teaser and three album covers were also released, which contain TWICE’s breathtaking visuals and exquisite aura.
While posing among profoundly alluring flowers, the nonet further enthralled fans while showcasing their sleek looks and classy hairstyles.
Scheduled for release on September 16, the album consists a total of 12 tracks including both Korean and Japanese versions of their latest title tracks “Fancy”, “Feel Special”, and “MORE & MORE”.
In addition, the album also includes the Korean and Japanese versions of the group’s popular B-side tracks “STUCK IN MY HEAD”, “21:29”, and “The Best Thing I Ever Did.”
“STUCK IN MY HEAD” is known for being the opening song of TWICE’s recently concluded world tour TWICELIGHTS.
Furthermore, “21:29” is one of the group’s tracks in their 2019 album Feel Special, which conveys their deepest gratitude to their lovely ONCEs.
Following the release of their newest Japanese single, #TWICE3 is going to be the third album in the group’s #TWICE series.
Furthermore, the girl group’s previous compilation albums sold more than 250,000 copies and earned platinum certifications in Japan.
AN UPLIFTING JAPANESE COMEBACK
TWICE recently released their sixth Japanese single album Fanfare on July 8, which recorded over 250,000 sales in just two days.
As of current writing, “Fanfare” music video has already accumulated 18.7 million views on TWICE Japan’s Official YouTube Channel.
With these impressive feats, the nonet quickly swept the top spot in Billboard Japan’s Top Single Sales Chart and Hot 100 Chart.
Moreover, TWICE has also scored the No. 1 spot in Oricon’s Weekly Single Charts and Japanese Record Store Tower Records’ Comprehensive Singles Chart.
With the release of “Fanfare”, TWICE made a history by achieving a total of 9 million album sales in South Korea and around 3.82 million sales in Japan.
Meanwhile, pre-orders for #TWICE3 has already started on TWICE Japan’s official website, Tsutaya, HMV and Tower Records.
Source: Daily Sports
Photos from JYP Entertainment
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