KEY POINTS

  • GOT7's new album has six songs
  • The title track of the album, “NANANA" was composed by Jay B
  • GOT7 is going to be featured as the cover story of W Korea in June

Seven-piece K-pop group GOT7 unveiled the track list for their self-titled album set to release on May 23.

On Thursday, the official Twitter page of the “If You Do” singers released the titles of the six tracks that are included in their comeback project -- their first group activity since the release of the song, “ENCORE” in February 2021.

The songs included in the self-titled album are “NANANA,” “TRUTH,” “Drive Me To The Moon,” “TWO,” “‘Don’t Care About Me,” and “Don’t Leave Me Alone.”

The tracks are written and composed by GOT7 members, Mark Tuan, Jackson Wang,  Bambam, Youngjae, Yugyeom, Jay B and Jinyoung. 

The album’s title track, “NANANA” was composed by Jay B and is characterized by its upbeat pop sound and guitar loop which makes it a perfect song for the summer.

“It contains the message of GOT7 that it wants to present a song that can bring laughter to the long-awaited fans and the public,” news portal Naver reported, as cited by Koreaboo.

Much to the delight of the group’s loyal fans, collectively known as the Ahgase, the group also earlier revealed the schedules of the promotional activities for the upcoming album. The highlight of the schedule is the two-day fan meeting on May 21 and 22 at SK Handball Olympic Gymnasium. The venue of the musical event is also the same location where GOT7's first concert was held in April 2016.

Each album will contain a photo book, CD, lyric paper, photo card, Polaroid photos of each member and group, group posters, mini stand card and other surprise knick-knacks. The album is packaged in green, the fandom’s official color.

Believed to be one of the most bankable musical groups in South Korea, the upcoming album is considered GOT7’s “second chapter.”

Meanwhile, W Korea Magazine recently released a new photo of the group as a teaser for its cover story in June.

“GOT7 is here, whole as seven—paying no attention to the doubt that questioned their ability to stay together and keep that name. Since January 2021, GOT7 members have been working individually. Here’s to the second chapter of GOT7, with teamwork much stronger and attitude much cooler than before,” W Korea said.

A fan tweeted the photo of the group and wrote, "OUT FIRST ACTUAL PHOTO OF GOT7 AFTER A YEAR."

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