TWICE’s New Japanese Track “BDZ” Tops Line Music Chart
TWICE’s latest Japanese song is a big hit!
On August 17, TWICE dropped their title track “BDZ” ahead of the release of their first full album of the same name.
“BDZ” has topped Japanese music streaming service Line Music’s Top 100 chart. As of 8 p.m. KST, the MV for the “BDZ” also surpassed 3.5 million views one day after its release.
“BDZ” is an abbreviation for “bulldozer,” and the song conveys the message of crushing the walls in front of you to advance forward. The song and lyrics were composed by Park Jin Young.
Park Jin Young said, “I always get touched by TWICE’s fans ONCEs’ energy while watching TWICE’s performances. ‘BDZ’ is a track that was created because I wanted to make a cheer song that ONCE and TWICE can sing together.”
TWICE will hold an arena tour in Japan titled “TWICE 1st Arena Tour 2018 BDZ.”
Congratulations to TWICE! Check out the MV for “BDZ” below!