Earlier this week Soompi revealed NH Media’s upcoming plans for U-Kiss and their entrance into the Japanese market. It was announced that U-Kiss is scheduled to release a Japanese language album next month. Not much more was known, until now. YouTube K-Pop Cover sensation, JD Relic has a treat for Kiss Mes. Just minutes ago, JD Relic revealed a teaser photo through his Facebook page along with the title of the upcoming album.
In the photo, the U-Kiss members can be seen posing in front of a brick wall littered with posters. The fellas are pictured wearing a casual but chic style, from head to toe decked out in black and white. The image has a muted, dark feel to it.
JD Relic is a songwriter from California who was discovered through his accurate English K-Pop covers, which he posted on YouTube. Not long after he was recruited to work with such groups as U-Kiss and Baek Ji Young. Fans should be familiar with his handiwork since he was responsible for creating such tracks as “Neverland” and “Baby Don’t Cry” on U-Kiss’ latest Korean album.
The title of U-Kiss’ debut Japanese album will be “Tick Tack.” The album is scheduled to be released on December 14 in Japan.