Group TWICE will make a comeback with a song that Park Jin-young, the head of the agency JYP Entertainment, participated in the work.
JYP on Wednesday unveiled a tracklist of its new mini-album MORE & MORE on TWICE‘s official SNS channel.
According to the report, JYP chief and chief producer Park Jin-young was named for the album and the title track MORE & MORE lyrics and arrangement credit. Park Jin-young wrote the lyrics with singer-songwriter BOBBY, who was in charge of rap making and featuring his song FEVER released last year.
Composers included Grammy Awards winner MNEK, as well as Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter and Zara Larson, who worked with famous pop stars such as Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande.
The title track is a song about the excitement of love and the feelings that each other want more when the sweetness ripens, featuring trendy tropical house rhythms.
Including the title track, the new album includes a total of seven songs, including OXYGEN, FIREWORK, MAKE ME GO, SHADOW, DON’T CALL ME AGAIN and SWEET SUMMER DAY. Among the songs in the album, MAKE ME GO was written by Na-yeon, while SWEET SUMMER DAY was written by Jeong-yeon and Chae-young, respectively, in charge of lyrics and rap making.
All songs from the album will be released on various music sites at 6 p.m. on June 1.