NCT 127’s new album will hit the shelves on Sept. 17. Courtesy of SM Entertainment
By Lee Gyu-lee
K-pop boy group NCT 127 will be releasing its third full-length album “Sticker” on Sept. 17, according to its agency SM Entertainment, Monday.
“The group’s third album Sticker will feature a total of 11 tracks ranging in diverse genres, including the title song Sticker,” the agency said.
This will be the first full-length album of the 10-member group since “Neo Zone” released in March 2020, which made the group a “million-seller.” It also debuted at No.5 on the Billboard 200 chart.
The group has kicked off promotions for its upcoming album, unveiling a teaser clip on its social media channels on Saturday.
The album is available through pre-orders on various platforms, including the U.S-based Amazon Music.
NCT 127 ― consisting of Taeil, Johnny, Taeyong, Yuta, Doyoung, Jaehyun, Winwin, Mark, Haechan and Jungwoo ― debuted in 2016 as the second sub-unit of SM’s boy group project NCT.
The project, led by the agency’s head and founder Lee Soo-man, aims to produce multiple sub-units in major cities around the world under the NCT umbrella.Internet Explorer Channel Network