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CDTV LIVE!: TREASURE was featured on Japan’s representative terrestrial music broadcast

TREASURE was featured on Japan’s representative terrestrial music broadcast, “CDTV Live!”, sparking a rise in global popularity.

According to the agency YG Entertainment on January 23, TREASURE will be appearing on Japan’s TBS “CDTV Live!”, which will be broadcast live on February 12 and appears in the Valentine’s Day special.

“CDTV Live!” is a Japanese terrestrial TBS music program that airs at 9 PM (KST). It is a gateway that not only top artists in Japan but also global stars pass through.

TREASURE is expected to receive a good response as it is scheduled to unveil the Japanese version of the song “B.O.M.B” from its 2nd full-length album “REBOOT’ for the first time through today’s broadcast.

TREASURE members talk 'REBOOT,' identity and treasuring fans

Even though this song is not an official song, it ranked first on the US Billboard “Hot Trending Songs” chart, and thanks to the positive response, the follow-up song “B.O.M.B (kaboom ver.)” was released and has continued to receive love from global fans.

TREASURE will release its 3rd Japanese mini album “REBOOT -JP SPECIAL SELECTION-” on February 21st. Prior to release, they appeared on popular local talk shows and music programs in succession, proving their strong topicality.

In addition, TREASURE is conducting its second large-scale tour in Japan, ‘2024 TREASURE TOUR REBOOT IN JAPAN’, spanning 7 cities and 16 rounds. Those who have recently successfully completed performances in Fukuoka, Saitama and Aichi include Osaka on February 3 and 4, Fukui on February 10 and 11, Nagoya on February 14 and 15, Hiroshima on February 22 and 23, and March. They are expected to head to Kanagawa on the 2nd and 3rd to meet with fans.

TREASURE’s 3rd Japanese mini album “REBOOT -JP SPECIAL SELECTION-” includes the Japanese versions of title song “BONA BONA”, which topped various charts and Line Music, the largest music site in Japan, as well as “MOVE (T5)” and “STUPID”, and Japanese original new songs.


Author Nat.O
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