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B.A.P Announce 1st Japanese Album During Christmas Fan Event

By Kevin Fox | December 28, 2015 11:19 AM EST


South Korean pop group B.A.P, who recently held a comeback after over a year on hiatus, have revealed plans to release their first Japanese album this coming March. 

According to Japanese media outlet Nikkan Sports, "On the 24th, B.A.P held their first international fan meeting event in Tokyo in over a year and 3 months. On that day, B.A.P announced that they will be releasing their first Japanese album in March 2016."

Individual and group teaser images for the upcoming album were also unveiled.

The album, titled "Best. Absolute. Perfect," for which their group name is an acronym, will be comprised of 13 tracks, including three brand new Japanese-language songs: "New World," "Kingdom," and "Back In Time." 

"Best. Absolute. Perfect" will also include songs from the group's previous releases: "Excuse Me," "Hurricane," "Coffee Shop," "one Shot," "Hajima," "Crash (Japanese ver.)," "Dancing In The Rain," "No Mercy," "Power," and "Warrior (Type-A)." 

From Dec. 24 to 25, B.A.P held a 2-day-long fan meeting in Tokyo and Nagoya, called "B.A.P Y.W.F Fan Event ~ Merry Christmas ~." The Y.W.F. stands for "Young, Wild, & Free," the title song of the group's most recent album.

Over 14,000 fans attended the event, spending Christmas with the members of B.A.P. 

The group released their 4th mini-album, "MATRIX," on Nov. 15, 2015.

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