Singer IU has recently changed the title of her upcoming song from 'Love Wins' to 'Love Wins All'. While the majority of fans applauded the decision as a wise move, some expressed disappointment.

On January 19th, IU's agency, EDAM Entertainment, officially announced the title change of IU's pre-release track from 'Love Wins' to 'Love Wins All,' set to be released on January 24th at 6 PM.

The agency explained the change, stating, "We have accepted the opinion that the original title might blur the important message of the song. We want to respect and support everyone who loves in various ways. The most contradictory term to the song's message would be 'hate.' We sincerely hope that in a world without hate, every form of love prevails, and that the song's meaning is conveyed without causing harm to anyone."

This change was sparked by recent criticisms among the LGBT community, particularly on Twitter. They raised concerns that using 'Love Wins' as the song title could diminish the slogan's significance and message. 'Love Wins' is a phrase used by the LGBT community, particularly after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage on June 26, 2015, and following the 2016 mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.

Some members of the LGBT community criticized the use of their slogan, arguing that it shouldn't be used in such a manner and that heterosexuals have always been the winners in love.

In response to these criticisms, IU decided to change the song title to 'Love Wins All.' Most fans supported this decision, appreciating IU's consideration for the voices of the LGBT community and seeing it as an act of embracing love and fighting against hate.

However, some fans expressed their regret, feeling that IU unnecessarily conceded to what they considered baseless criticism. They argued that the title change might not stop the criticism and that it was unnecessary to yield to such demands from the beginning.

Despite the mixed reactions, IU seemingly viewed this title change as an extension of the message she wanted to convey. She previously described the song as a story of those striving to love in a world that hinders it, perhaps wanting to reiterate that love and inclusiveness ultimately triumph over hate and criticism.