DKB Hints At A New Music Side In 3rd Mini-Album “GROWTH”
Two days left until DKB drops its third and much anticipated mini-album GROWTH!
Boy group DKB have fans excited about their upcoming return which is only 2 days away. Take a sneak peek into some of the teasers which the idols released during their countdown.
The last piece of the content that was shared was the Highlight Medley for GROWTH. The uploaded video included short previews of all the five songs on the list, through which the boys showed a new musical side. Additionally, the expectations for the full versions of each track continued to rise.
In particular, the set list includes the title “Work Hard”, as well as the four additional pieces “Tell Me Tell Me”, “Take Care”, “Eraser” and “No More”. Fans are even more eager about the album due to the fact a lot of the members took part in the creation process.
DKB also unveiled three music video teasers for the main song “Work Hard”. The hip hop piece emits a dreamy atmosphere that was shown in the previews. Furthermore, the clips hint at a fun full music video that is going to come out soon.
Previously, the idols shared their concept photos which included individual shots, unit and group images. The new looks of the members drew attention from their fans, both domestic and global. In addition, the boys also unveiled special practice room footage and a choreography spoiler clip.
The group has one more surprise in store. They will present the title track “Work Hard” for the very first time on SBS’s Inkigayo on Sunday, October 25. This is just a day prior to the album’s full release.
The day before the release of DKB 3rd Mini Album [GROWTH] on October 25th, through SBS 'Inkigayo', we meet BB 🎉 Please don't forget the watching 'Work Hard' first stage❣️#다크비 #DKB#GROWTH #난_일해 #Work_Hard#DKB_3rd_Mini_Album#Comeback #20201026_6PM#BB
— DKB_OFFICIAL (@DKB_BRAVE) October 23, 2020
Meanwhile, DKB will drop the third mini-album GROWTH, along with the full music video for the tittle track on October 26, at 6 PM KST.
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