Group “TWICE” will challenge 10 consecutive hits in Japan.
According to his agency JYP Entertainment on Thursday, TWICE will release its sixth single “Fanfare” in Japan on July 8.
“Fanfare” is a song that expresses TWICE’s small wish to infuse pleasant and positive energy into the world. It features a performance full of powerful energy.
Attention is being paid to whether TWICE will continue the history of 10 consecutive hit marches in Japan with the latest “Fan Part.” TWICE has received Platinum Record Certification, which is awarded to works that record more than 250,000 copies of each album released in Japan.
Japan’s debut best album “Hashtag TWICE” released in June 2017 followed by its first single “One More Time” in October, its second single album “Candy Pop” in February 2018, its third single “Wake Me Up,” its first full-length album “BDZ” in September, its second best album “Hashtagtooth 2” in July last year, and its fifth album “Happy Single and Brakes” in November.
Among them, “Wake Me Up” is the first foreign female artist’s single album released in Japan, and has earned a double platinum with cumulative shipments of more than 500,000 copies.
“And TWICE” topped Oricon’s weekly album chart in the first week of its release. He achieved a tie-breaking record with world-renowned pop star Mariah Carey in “The Number of Works Acquiring Number 1 in Overseas Female Artist Albums” for the fifth time in her career.
Meanwhile, TWICE recently released four Japanese stage videos sequentially under the name of “With TWICE” to help fans enjoy their homecock lives due to the COVID 19.
On TWICE’s official Japanese YouTube channel, stage videos featuring shining moments, including its first showcase tour, Arena tour and dome tour, were posted along with introductory comments from the members. The videos are ranked among the top 10 most popular videos in Japan, drawing attention from local fans.