K-pop superstars, TWICE, released the English version of their current title track “MORE & MORE” today via Republic Records through all digital and streaming platforms. Originally off their ninth mini-album MORE & MORE, which entered the Billboard 200 for the first time upon its June release, the tracks energetic and dance heavy music video has accumulated an impressive 165M views and counting. The “MORE & MORE” single release marks the first time the group has recorded a full track in English, and certainly won’t be the last. Recently, TWICE announced that they are currently recording material for a new album, with more details in the coming months.

“We prepared the English version of “MORE & MORE” as a gift to our ONCE around the world,” said TWICE in a group statement. “We wish them happiness, and hope that they enjoy the song.”

Earlier this month, TWICE hosted an innovative online concert titled “Beyond LIVE – TWICE: World in A Day.” 126+ countries tuned in worldwide, to watch the group perform their hits and new tracks off MORE & MORE. The live concert represented of the bond TWICE share between each other, and with  fans, also known as ONCE.

Since the MORE & MORE release, the album has been very well-received, making a strong debut across multiple charts in its first week of release, including Billboard’s World Albums chart where it landed at #2, Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums chart where it hit at #3 – a new chart peak for the group, and their first ever entry onto the highly coveted Billboard 200 and Artist 100 charts.

The “MORE & MORE” English version is out now. Listen to the track HERE.


TWICE are globally renowned superstars, rapidly taking the U.S. by storm, since forming in 2015. Having graced Allure Magazine’s May 2020 cover, the group have been praised by the likes of TIME Magazine, Billboard, Forbes, Interview Magazine, Teen Vogue, Elle and BuzzFeed to name a few. In 2019, the group successfully completed their World Tour, TWICELIGHTS. This included sold-out shows at The Forum in Los Angeles and the Prudential Center in Newark. Here, they performed in front of 11,000 fans, and a show at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago.


TWICE first rose to prominence with their debut title song “Like OOH-AHH”; and 2016 breakthrough single “CHEER UP” which went on to top multiple Korean pop charts; and won ‘Song of the Year’ at the Melon Music Awards and Mnet Asian Music Awards. In the same year, Variety’s Youth Impact Report included TWICE as the only K-pop group in their list. Forbes Korea Power Celebrity issue in both 2019 and 2017 included the group; and Billboard’s 21 Under 21 2017: Music’s Next Generation issue also included the group in 18th place and as the only Asian act in.

Since then, the 9-member group have maintained the reins of K-pop super stars. Also, having released a number of consecutive hits including “TT”, “KNOCK KNOCK”, “SIGNAL”, “LIKEY”, “Heart Shaker”, “What is Love?”, “Dance The Night Away”, “YES or YES”, “FANCY”, “Feel Special”, and “MORE & MORE.” Each of these music videos have accumulated a whopping average of 200M-480M views to date.


A division of Universal Music Group, the world’s leading music company, Republic Records is home to an all-star roster of multi-platinum, award-winning legends and superstar artists such as Ariana Grande, Drake, Florence + the Machine, Greta Van Fleet, Hailee Steinfeld, Jack Johnson, James Blake, James Bay, Jessie J, John Mellencamp, Jonas Brothers, Julia Michaels, Kid Cudi, Liam Payne, Lil Wayne, Lorde, Metro Boomin, NAV, Nicki Minaj, Of Monsters and Men, Pearl Jam, Post Malone, Seth MacFarlane, Taylor Swift, The Weeknd, Zendaya and more. Brothers and chief executives Monte and Avery Lipman found Republic Records, including American Recordings, Boominati Worldwide, Brushfire, Casablanca Records, Cash Money, Lava Records, Monkeywrench, XO, Young Money, among others. Republic also maintains long-standing strategic alliances with Universal Music Latin Entertainment (J Balvin and Karol G) and Hollywood Records.

In addition, Republic has expanded to release high-profile soundtracks for Universal Pictures (Fifty Shades of Grey), Sony Pictures (Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse) and NBC TV (The Voice), as well as other notable film and television franchises. Extending further into the worlds of film, television, and content, Republic launched Federal Films in order to produce movies and series powered by the label’s catalog and artists. Its first production was the Jonas Brothers documentary Chasing Happiness for Amazon Prime Video.


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