Ultimate Rookie Group TXT Sets Comeback After Seven Months
TOMORROW X TOGETHER, the five-member boy group under the formerly known Big Hit Entertainment, HYBE, is returning to releasing K-pop music pieces through its comeback.
That said, the MOAs are in a full crazy situation as reports of their well-loved quintet making its highly awaited comeback has surfaced on the internet.
TXT is finally returning
As reported by Naver, the K-pop boy group became a subject of a media outlet on April 7 (Tuesday) to the reason the band is making its comeback. And in the report, it states that TXT is returning to the K-pop music scene this coming May!
For the time being, the boy group is making its preparations and needed flourishing for its newest album, which is surely containing tracks unlike any other.
According to Allkpop, if TXT's comeback in May will happen, it will mark its first album release for the last seven months. The last album of the group was released in October 2020 entitled minisode1: Blue Hour.
Big Hit Music responded
As the news of TXT's comeback nourished the internet, Big Hit Music issued a statement to address the matter. It said, "We will reveal our artists' plans after they are finalized."
The reports of TXT's return shortly follow the promulgating news of its senior boy group BTS, which also became one of the hot topics recently due to its alleged comeback as well.
Grammy-nominated BTS also comes from the same label of TXT, of which Big Hit Music responded the same to the news of its comeback.
TXT's 7 months domination
For the months that have passed after the band released minisode1: Blue Hour, it became a global trend by placing at the 25th spot on Billboard 200 with its last album.
Also during the 35th Japan Golden Disc Awards, TXT ranked 2nd by the Japan Record Association, leading them to be named as the unparalleled 4th generation idol.