Don’t mind us, we are just getting our minds ready to be blown away by iKON again.
In just a few days, the latest idol boy group from YG Entertainment will make their long-awaited debut with the first half of their debut album, “Welcome Back”. Prior to their highly anticipated debut, the group released a plethora of teaser images, offering fans a glimpse at the music video for their double title tracks.
As shown in the teaser images, the double title tracks are titled “Rhythm Ta” and “Airplane”. The music videos for both songs are due to be released on 1st October (Thursday) at 12am KST.
The new posters show different debut concepts from the group. The boys appeared in basketball uniforms for the “Rhythm Ta” poster while the “Airplane” poster shows off their grungy street look.
Not sure what to expect from the boys’ new music videos?
Well, you’ve got to log on to the Naver’s V app on 30th September (Wednesday) at 9pm KST because the boys will be introducing their album and concert through an exciting live stream event ;) The boys will engage in a fun and friendly sports match for their fans too.
Meanwhile, if you haven’t been keeping up to date, the full track list for the first half of their debut album has already been revealed. B.I and Bobby are heavily involved in the production, as they wrote and composed most of the tracks alongside some other songwriters and producers such as Future Bounce and Kush.
The first half of their debut album “Welcome Back” will drop digitally on 1st October at midnight, followed by the physical album release on 5th October. The 2nd half will be unveiled on 2nd November. Their official debut album will come with 12 songs, all written by the members themselves.
They will also be holding a concert-like debut showcase on 3rd October at Seoul’s Olympic Gymnastics Arena. Don’t forget to check out the music video for their warm up single, “My Type” here.
For more information, visit YG Entertainment’s Facebook page.
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