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The K-pop group of girls One of the most popular bands in South Korea is TWICE. Among their finest tracks, Let’s check best 7 Songs by them:
1. More & More (2020)
The song “More & More” is categorized as a mid-tempo, rhythmic, tropical house music. It has a synth-pop and EDM-heavy instrumental chorus, as well as dance-break music with dubstep influences. The song begins with silky vocals that change to a synth-driven refrain based on typical seasonal noises.
The Jeju Island-filmed video features intricate dancing and is based on the Garden of Eden. The ensemble is shown in the opening shot against a background of “bright neon greenery,” butterflies, and other creatures in a forest that resembles a tropical paradise. The gang can be seen dancing, grabbing for apples, and getting ready to take bites for the majority of the footage. It portrays the band members dancing on a platform over a lake and has a “bohemian” and summer festival-like feel.
2. What Is Love? (2018)
Although it first seemed like a rehash of other songs, the JYP-penned What Is Love ended up having a huge amount of staying power because to its clever, catchy chorus and enticing bridge.
3 Knock Knock (2017)
Knock Knock, the group’s debut single without producers Black Eyed Pilseung in charge, had a lot of potential. However, its upbeat tune and immensely catchy chorus have stood the test of time.
4. Likey (2017)
The group’s most explosive instrumental, heralded by a dramatic opening of booming brass, supports Likey’s cuter moments. Thoughts flow from every page, but it never seems crowded or jumbled.
5. Like Ooh-Ahh (2015)
The debut song from Twice became a slow-burn success for good reason. Like Ooh-Ahh serves as the fun model for much of what would come next and is supported by a powerful chorus and a stomping breakdown of a bridge.
6. TT (2016)
It wasn’t obvious if Twice would be able to duplicate the viral phenomenon that earlier singles had sparked before TT came into being. This worry suddenly vanished when the girls sang one of the most recognizable songs in contemporary K-pop.
7. Cheer Up (2016)
Twice expanded on the sounds that had been a hit in their debut, and Cheer Up really helped them become a household name. Its constantly shifting lines are supported by one of the most memorable choruses in recent memory, along with unavoidable dance. It perfectly captures everything that makes this ensemble so compelling by striking the right mix between novelty and timeless pop song excellence.