JYJ’s "Get Out" Sweeps the Music Charts
JYJ released a new song titled “Get Out” from their upcoming Korean studio album on September 8, and as expected, the song is dominating online music charts!
This is their first official release since their worldwide album, “The Beginning” from last October, so anticipation and expectations are running high for the release. “The fact that they’ve achieved al all-kill on charts like Bugs, Melon, Dosirak, Naver, and Daum Music is especially surprising since there were no promotions for the song,” officials of C-JeS Entertainment said.
They’ve already got a successful world tour and several releases under their belt, so it’s now time to focus on a battle they’ve been struggling against for some time now: TV appearances.
In regards to promoting their new album on music programs, management of the trio revealed, “We want to promote as actively as possible should we be given the opportunity. The members are still as determined as ever to stand on stage in Korea. As the album is Korean, the members desire to perform the songs on music programs. Although we haven’t received any offers yet, we’re still looking forward to them.”
“Music Bank” also previously said that the trio would be able to perform on their show when JYJ releases an album, not an OST. Fans and JYJ themselves are hoping that the music program will keep their promise.
“This album holds a different meaning than the worldwide album. The album is made up of songs personally composed by the members and can be considered as a greeting for their Korean fans,” officials concluded.