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Monsta X unveils tracklist for upcoming release 'FOLLOW: FIND YOU'

Monsta X will return with
Monsta X will return with "FOLLOW: FIND YOU" on Oct 28. Courtesy of Starship Entertainment

By Dong Sun-hwa

The clock is ticking for the comeback of K-pop boy group Monsta X.
The group disclosed the tracklist on Twitter, Monday. Courtesy of Starship Entertainment
The group disclosed the tracklist on Twitter, Monday. Courtesy of Starship Entertainment

The seven-piece band fueled fans' anticipation Monday by revealing the tracklist for the forthcoming album "FOLLOW: FIND YOU" on Twitter.

The songs are "Find You," "Follow," "Monsta Truck," "U R," "Disaster," "Burn it Up," "Mirror" and "See You Again."

The lead track "Follow" is the product of hit-makers including Daniel Kim and Willie Weeks. Members Jooheony and I.M participated in the rap.

Monsta X, comprising Shownu, Wonho, Minhyuk, Kihyun, Hyungwon, Jooheony and I.M, debuted in 2015 with the album "Trespass." Its flagship songs include "Dramarama (2017)." It is the first K-pop group to play at iHeartRadio's annual Jingle Ball.

"FOLLOW : FIND YOU" will hit the shelves on Oct 28.


Monsta X will return with
Monsta X will return with "FOLLOW: FIND YOU" on Oct 28. Courtesy of Starship Entertainment

By Dong Sun-hwa

The clock is ticking for the comeback of K-pop boy group Monsta X.
The group disclosed the tracklist on Twitter, Monday. Courtesy of Starship Entertainment
The group disclosed the tracklist on Twitter, Monday. Courtesy of Starship Entertainment

The seven-piece band fueled fans' anticipation Monday by revealing the tracklist for the forthcoming album "FOLLOW: FIND YOU" on Twitter.

The songs are "Find You," "Follow," "Monsta Truck," "U R," "Disaster," "Burn it Up," "Mirror" and "See You Again."

The lead track "Follow" is the product of hit-makers including Daniel Kim and Willie Weeks. Members Jooheony and I.M participated in the rap.

Monsta X, comprising Shownu, Wonho, Minhyuk, Kihyun, Hyungwon, Jooheony and I.M, debuted in 2015 with the album "Trespass." Its flagship songs include "Dramarama (2017)." It is the first K-pop group to play at iHeartRadio's annual Jingle Ball.

"FOLLOW : FIND YOU" will hit the shelves on Oct 28.


Dong Sun-hwa sunhwadong@koreatimes.co.kr


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