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Twice to drop first Japanese full-length album in September

Twice is set to drop its first Japanese full-length album in September, its agency said.

According to JYP Entertainment on Friday, the nine-piece K-pop girl group will release “BDZ” on Sept. 12. With “BDZ” standing for bulldozer, the album produced by the agency’s head producer Park Jin-young embodies the band’s determination to move forward.

Twice (JYP Entertainment)
Twice (JYP Entertainment)

It will include five new songs and five of Twice’s previous Japanese singles such as “One More Time,” “Candy Pop,” “Wake Me Up,” “Brand New Girl” and “I Want You Back.”

Having commenced its Japanese promotional activities in June last year, the band’s latest single “Wake Me Up,” released last month, shipped over 500,000 copies and won the K-pop act its fourth consecutive platinum certification -- awarded in Japan to those who sold more than 250,000 records.

Twice is also set to drop its Korean summer single “Dance the Night Away” on July 9.