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TWICE's Latest Japanese Single 'One More Time' Was Leaked Before Release

By Sumi | October 03, 2017 11:17 PM EDT

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TWICE are in a bit of a pickle as their latest song they have been teasing 'One More Time' was leaked in advanced! Although fans are loving it, JYP Entertainment and the copyright lawmakers are not very pleased.

The girls have become absolute stars (as expected) in Japan after making their debut this earlier this year with Japanese versions of their hit songs such as "Signal" and "TT," and continued on the path of success by finally releasing an original Japanese track. The song "One More Time" was set to be released on October 18th but fans got to enjoy it sooner than expected.

JYP Entertainment has not released any official statements regarding the leak or how it happened, but the video has circulated rather quickly. Fans noticed that YouTube and other video sharing sites removed the song due to copyright issues but fans have confirmed their heard the whole song and were able to capture portions of it.

Unfortunately, the video has been removed but you can still enjoy the teasers, right? Stay tuned for the official release in two weeks and more future updates.

Tagged :  Twice, Japanese, leaked, One More Time

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