Worldwide K-Pop superstars, TWICE, are giving their fans an early Christmas treat, releasing their new single “CRY FOR ME” today via Republic Records, through all digital and streaming platforms. The new emotionally driven track was produced by global hit-maker Ryan Tedder and Melanie Joy Fontana, Boasting smooth hip-hop inspired tones,
“CRY FOR ME” sets the stage for what will be a different moments for the group, as they continue to expand into different genres. The lyrical content which was written by J.Y. Park and Heize also tackles more mature themes, TWICE’s first attempts for telling the story of a woman who begins to grow thorns from the hate she emotionally has bottled up inside. Finding herself through that process, she creates a balance between the extremes of love and hate.
“CRY FOR ME” releases on the heels of the group’s recently released sophomore full studio album Eyes wide open, which continues its steady climb up the Billboard Top 200 album chart, where it currently sits at #72. The album also made an impressive debut on Rolling Stone’s Top 200 Album List of 2020, and its latest hit single “I CAN’T STOP ME,” was recently performed on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’s #PLAYATHOME YouTube series. Upon its premiere, the video attracted 45K fans and shot to 1M views within the first 12 hours. Watch HERE.