The group Tomorrow x Together (TXT) decorated the cover of ‘TMRW (Tomorrow) Magazine, a leading global music and culture media.
On June 30th, Big Hit Music released pictorials of Tomorrow x Together (Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyun, Hueningkai). ‘TMRW Magazine’ selected the group as the main characters of the magazine and the special edition of over 100 pages. So, the members caught the eye of the fans with their dandy and boyish visuals. They are wearing suits and casual looks in a trendy way.
In fact, TMRW Magazine picked the message contained in the music as the differentiated charm of the K-Pop group. The media said, “TOMORROW X TOGETHER is the K-Pop kings of today. Thanks to their bold genre-hopping and cool, forward-thinking fashion sense, they’ve firmly established themselves as fourth-gen royalty. They hypnotized legions of listeners with their open-book, real-talk storytelling.”
Also, they release an honest interview with the members. The group introduced the 2nd full album, ‘The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE.’
Then, they talked about the so-called 2nd anniversary of their debut. Then, they reveal the meaning of the fan club ‘MOA’ and factors to consider when making music.
The members said, “MOA and Tomorrow X Together seem to be able to exchange strength. So, we feel blessed to share our honest thoughts and feelings with MOA in various ways. In addition, they expressed their determination, “We are working hard to deliver the best performance. We want to spread a positive influence to the world through music in the future.”
Recently, Tomorrow x Together released the new album ‘The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE’ on the 31st of May. They broke their own records in various music and album charts. With ‘The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE,’ they ranked 5th on ‘Billboard 200,’ the main album chart of US Billboard. Also, on June 25th, they reached 10 million followers on their TikTok’s official account. They are now establishing themselves as a ‘4th generation idol representative.’
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