• GOT7's Youngjae will release his new mini album on June 21
  • Music video of tracks in the album will also be released on same date
  • GOT7 members get along better after leaving JYP Entertainment: Youngjae

GOT7’s Youngjae is dropping a new mini album less than a month after the boyband released their highly successful self-titled album.

Also known as Choi Youngjae, the 25-year-old K-pop vocalist made the announcement via Twitter where he also unveiled a host of activities leading to the release of the mini album on June 21.

On June 7, Youngjae will release the track list of the album followed by the release of the first music video teaser on June 17 and the second teaser on June 20. The “Vibin” singer is set to release the music video on June 21.

The new album is a follow up to Youngjae's debut solo album “COLORS from Ars” released in October 2021. He also released a digital single, "Walk with Me” in December 2021.

Recently, Youngjae and the rest of the GOT7 members – Mark Tuan, Bambam, Jay B, Mark Tuan, Jackson Wang, Yugyeom and Jinyoung held their successful fan meetings in Seoul’s Handball Olympic Gymnasium.

In the two-day event, GOT7 sang most of their hits including their debut track, “Girls, Girls, Girls” released in 2014 followed by “Aura,” “Not by the moon,” “Playground,” “Thank You,” and “Just Right,” among others.

The group’s new self-titled album released on May 23, topped iTunes Top Albums charts in 83 countries, including Thailand, India, Brazil, Mexico, France, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Greece, Colombia, Indonesia, Turkey and Vietnam.

The self-titled album marked the reunion of the group since leaving JYP Entertainment in January 2021.

The lead single of the six-track album, “NANANA,” was also placed at No. 1 on iTunes Top Songs charts in 57 countries including Argentina, Colombia, Egypt, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Malaysia, Singapore and Nepal.

The other tracks “Don’t Leave Me Alone,” “Drive Me to The Moon,” “TRUTH,” “Don’t Care About me,” and “TWO” also landed spots in iTunes Top Songs charts in Laos, Thailand and Vietnam.

In an interview with The Star in January, Youngjae revealed the boy band members are closer than ever after leaving the music label.

“We actually get along even better now,” he said. “Even when we fight, we always talk things out through negotiation and compromise. We believe in always resolving things by finishing the conversation no matter what, and when we say we’re going to do something, we’re the types to cheer each other on and work together to get it done.”

GOT7 arrives at the 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards(MAMA) Red Carpet at Nagoya Dome on December 4, 2019 in Nagoya, Japan. Jun Sato/WireImage