AB6IX Debut In Japan; Gaho Releases First Full-Length Album “Fireworks”

AB6IX Debut In Japan; Gaho Releases First Full-Length Album “Fireworks”

The last week has see a huge wave of new music from AB6IX debut in Japan with their first Japanese EP “Absolute 6IX” to Gaho’s first full-length album “Fireworks” which has wowed listeners around the world, K-Pop fans have a lot to be excited about.

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AB6IX Debut In Japan

Massively successful K-Pop group AB6IX have officially made their Japanese debut on Wednesday with their brand new EP “Absolute 6IX.”

AB6IX Debut In Japan
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Previous Japanese activities by AB6IX include Jeon Woong featuring in Japanese musician Noa’s track “Let Go,” and Le Daehwi producing the ending song for the Japanese competition show “Produce 101 Japan,” titled “One Day.”

  • The group has also connected with its Japanese fans by performing at festivals like Aichi Impact 2021.
AB6IX Debut In Japan
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The Japanese debut album, “Absolute 6IX,” includes six tracks and was released on the 24th of November. The album includes Japanese versions of their debut track, “Breath,” “Shining Stars,” “CLOSE,” and “CHERRY.”

  • To the excitement of global fans, the album will also include an English version of the group’s 2019 track “Hollywood.”

While the group will be unable to meet their Japanese fans in person due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the members promised, as the news got confirmed, that they would try to meet the expectations of their fans in Japanese.

“We’re finally making an official debut in Japan. We’re so happy since it has long been our dream”

AB6IX
AB6IX Debut In Japan
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In replacement of in-person promotions, the members of AB6IX are to promote their brand new Japanese debut on the group’s Japanese YouTube channel.

The new Japanese debut, is following the release of the group’s second full-length album released in September.

AB6IX Debut In Japan
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Gaho Releases “Fireworks” Album

Gaho, an incredible vocalist known for his iconic K-Drama OST’s like Itaewon Class‘ “Start Over” and Start-Up‘s “Running,” has released his first full-length studio album for his listener-base of loyal fans. The album, titled “Fireworks,” is a glorious celebration of youth and life.

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The twelve-track album, “Fireworks,” was released by the artist on the 23rd of November 2021 and includes the brand new lead track “Right Now” as well as Gaho’s pre-released tracks “Rush Hour” and “RIDE.”

“I wish that people get a sense of energy and hope. You know when someone’s deciding to do something really big in their life, or when they need a helping hand? That’s what I’d like people to think of when they listen to my music.”

GAHO (Interview with NME)
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Together the album showcases Gaho’s incredible voice and skills in music production, composition, and arrangement. The twelve tracks display the brilliant talent of this artist and convey the colorful, youthful, exciting, and cinematic feeling of the record.

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“The album is basically about myself and the feelings I experienced in my youth. Each of the twelve songs relate to a single emotion that you feel when you are in your youth. And the reason why I chose the word ‘fireworks’ was because, if you think about them, they shoot up in the sky and then they burst, and they’re really pretty just for that second. Youth is fleeting, so that’s why I associated both.”

GAHO (Interview with NME)
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