The multinational girl group TWICE is set to release its first Japan album entitled BDZ on Sept. 12.
BDZ is an abbreviation of “bulldozer,” which symbolizes the members’ wish to be tough and live strong, “making nothing of the big wall facing them and breaking it down like a bulldozer to keep moving forward.”
The album will include the title track, the group’s Japan debut single “One More Time,” “Candy Pop” and its B-side track “Brand New Girl,” “Wake Me Up,” and “I Want You Back” - - a cover of Jackson 5 that was recorded as the theme song for a Japanese rom-com movie - - plus five new songs.
The title track produced by longtime collaborator J.Y. Park will be the album’s lead single. Pre-orders for BDZ began on Friday (June 22).