TWICE has revealed how all nine members of the group came to renew their contracts with longtime label JYP Entertainment.
Last month, it was first announced that all members of the K-pop girl group have renewed their exclusive contracts with JYP ahead of its expiration this fall. JYP, which has become a reliable source of support for TWICE to grow into a representative K-pop girl group, has confidently agreed to renew their contract based on this trust. A better future,” the label said in a statement at the time.
of NME’s Ahead of the new cover story and new mini-album “Between 1&2” released today, the girl group unanimously revealed the conversation they had before renewing their contract with the company.
TWICE leader Jihyo revealed, “The decision was made a few days before it was reported in the media.” “We talked [contract renewals] Of course, the conversation wasn’t easy. It concerns our personal lives. It determines our individual future. ”
All members of TWICE understood the gravity of their decision and how it would affect their lives over the next few years, but all agreed to remain as a group. , [the process of renewing our contracts] It was tough and the decision was even tougher, but in the end we decided to stay together,” Jihyo added.
Elsewhere in the interview, TWICE talked about their creative evolution and growing involvement in writing music. “At the beginning, a lot of the songs we sang were given to us by someone else,” Dahyun said. It just keeps getting bigger.” Read the full cover story here.
“Between 1&2”, led by the title song “Talk That Talk”, was released today (August 26), marking the group’s first domestic comeback of 2022 and TWICE’s third studio album “Formula.” of love: O+T=<3'. Released in November 2021, the record was led by the title track "Scientist" and also included the group's first English-language single, "The Feels."