Boy group THE BOYZ announced that they will release their first Japanese full-length album titled 'Breaking Dawn' in March.
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Sony Music, the local management company of THE BOYZ in Japan, released the details of the group's first full-length Japanese album 'Breaking Dawn' on their official site on January 12.
It is the first time in a year and four months that THE BOYZ will release a new song in Japan, since their first mini-album 'TATTOO' released in November 2019.
The full-length album consists of a total of 8 songs, including the title track 'Breaking Dawn'. It is expected to show the global growth of THE BOYZ, who are also targeting the Japanese market. The album, which will be released in three different versions, including the FC version (the official fan club's limited edition), comes with various goods such as CD covers and photo cards of each member, as well as special events for purchasers.
The title song 'Breaking Dawn' is an impressive dance track with a hook that has a strong influence from the punk genre. Daniel Kim, Taki and Finnish producer Karri, who have produced title tracks for famous artists such as Taemin and MONSTA X, participated in the album.
THE BOYZ released their mini album 'TATTOO' and made their official debut in Japan in November 2019. Although not a Japanese song, the Korean-language song 'Tattoo' was successful at the time of its release, ranking #1 on the Tower Records Daily Sales Chart, Line Music Weekly Chart, and #2 on the Oricon Weekly Album Chart and Billboard Japan Top Album Sales Chart.