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TWICE’s Nayeon Has Pre-Released a Portion of Her New Title Track “ABCD”

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TWICE’s Nayeon has given fans an early taste of her upcoming title track “ABCD.”

Nayeon’s second mini-album ‘NA’ and its title track “ABCD” are set for release on June 14th.

YP Entertainment is building anticipation for Nayeon’s new album by gradually unveiling teaser content such as the schedule, track list, trailer, and concept photos. On the 24th at 1 PM, a snippet of her new song “ABCD” was released for the first time on her official social media channels, drawing significant attention.

The previewed song, which starts with the line “Hey listen to me now,” instantly captivates listeners with Nayeon’s irresistible charm. The lyrics, featuring playful alphabet wordplay like “A you’re gonna B my babe Everytime you C me, fall for me Deeper deeper babe Hey listen to me now ABCD repeat, I’ll teach you how to fall in love,” along with the powerful rhythm and hip-hop elements, heighten curiosity about the full track.

“ABCD” is a pop dance track with a theme of teaching and enticing one’s ideal partner about love from A to Z. The lyrics were penned by Rick Bridges and JYP’s lead producer Park Jin-young, with composition and arrangement by Big Hit Music’s Pdogg. Nayeon is anticipated to dazzle music fans with her standout performance in the summer of 2024 through her new song “ABCD,” which combines boldness and her unique charm.

Nayeon made her solo debut in June 2022 with her first mini-album ‘IM NAYEON’ and its title track “POP!” She became the first TWICE member to go solo, achieving 7th place on the US Billboard’s ‘Billboard 200,’ dominating real-time charts on various Korean music sites, and receiving accolades from international media like Forbes and NME. With her comeback after nearly two years, Nayeon reinforces her status as the ‘K-pop solo queen’ and ‘summer queen’ with her new album and title track “ABCD.”

Nayeon’s second mini-album ‘NA’ and title track “ABCD” will officially drop on June 14th at 1 PM (00:00 Eastern Time in the US).

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