Pre-orders for TWICE’s third studio album surpass 630,000 copies setting a record for the band. Pre-orders for K-pop girl group TWICE’s third full-length album, “Formula of Love: O+T=<3,” to be released on Friday, have surpassed 630,000 copies, it announced on Wednesday their representation agency, JYP Entertainment.
The figure was up 130,000 from pre-orders for his previous album, “Taste of Love,” released in June. “Taste of Love” managed to position itself in 6º place of the list of albums “Billboard 200”, of the American music magazine, Billboard.
The title track of TWICE’s new album “SCIENTIST“, which is about love is not complicated, was created by producer Tommy Brown, who has created hits from singers like Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber, the British pop singer. Anne-Marie and South Korean composer Sim Eun-jee.
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TWICE will hold a session, broadcast live on the Internet, on Friday at noon, to commemorate the release of their new album, and the next day they will perform on the “MTV Fresh Out Live” show on the US cable music channel MTV.