Boy group GOT7 is now putting the finishing touched to their new album with the aim of making their comeback to the K-Pop scene in late November.


“GOT7 is preparing to release a new album,” JYP Entertainment, the agency, announced on October 16 afternoon. “The specific date of the comeback is undecided. We would like to tell you when it is confirmed.”

If the boys really release a new album next month, it will be about seven months after their 11th mini album ‘Dye‘ released in April. Attention is focusing on what kind of music GOT7 will fill the new album, as they are well-known for making hits of a variety of genres, including ‘Just Right’, ‘If You Do’, ‘Lullaby’, ‘Hard Carry’, ‘Not by the Moon’, ‘Girls Girls Girls’.

It is expected that GOT7 will write a new record through the upcoming comeback. Their last album ‘Dye’ broke the group’s own record by selling 280,000 copies in the first week of its release. And as a global sensation, their overseas performance was also outstanding. The album also topped iTunes Album Chart in 50 regions..