Tomorrow X Together Unveil 3 new versions 'Back for More (More Edition)

  • 이소연 |2023.09.18 15:40
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The group Tomorrow X Together (TXT), consisting of members Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyun, and Hueningkai, has released three new versions of their song 'Back for More (with Anitta),' offering various variations to their fans.

On the 18th of this month at 1 PM, TXT unveiled three new versions through 'Back for More (More Edition).' This edition includes a total of 5 songs, which include the original 'Back for More (with Anitta)' released on the 15th, a performance version, a TXT version, a house remix, and an afrobeat remix.

'Back for More (TXT Ver.)' is a disco genre song with a groovy bassline and prominent whistle sounds, newly arranged with the voices of the five members of TXT, alongside Anitta.

The 'Back for More (with Anitta) - House Remix' falls into the electro house genre and is characterized by an energetic beat with a "four-on-the-floor" rhythm, where the bass drum hits on every beat, and synth bass features prominently.

The 'Back for More (with Anitta) - Afrobeats Remix' presents a different charm with a chill afro rhythm, combining lively percussion and dreamy synth sounds with the powerful vocals of the original track.

'Back for More (with Anitta)' tells the story of the magical moments that exist in our everyday lives, with the idea that the reunion with "you" could be one of those moments. The song achieved remarkable success by reaching the top of the iTunes 'Top Songs' charts in 33 countries/regions and securing a spot in the top 10 in 52 countries/regions as of 8 AM on the 16th.

Furthermore, TXT attended the prestigious U.S. music awards ceremony, the '2023 MTV Video Music Awards,' where they performed shortly after their debut, and they won the 'Push Performance of the Year' award in recognition of their outstanding presence in the global music market.

Written by Kim No Eul
Translated by Lee So Yun

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