AB6IX’s Park Woo-jin drops ‘Street Fighter’-inspired music video for ‘Top Tier’

His debut mini-album 'oWn' includes a collaboration with former Wanna One bandmate Kim Jae-hwan

Rapper Park Woo-jin of K-pop boyband AB6IX has dropped his debut mini-album ‘oWn’ alongside the title track ‘Top Tier’.

On February 27, the 23-year-old idol dropped his first solo mini-album ‘oWn’, alongside a fierce music video for ‘Top Tier’. In the new visual, Park plays an arcade game seemingly inspired by the Street Fighter franchise, where he wins every fight. Later, the rapper sits atop a throne in a scene that plays across the console screen.

I’m a top tier, from head to toe and everything in between / I stand out, different aura different kind / Need a doctor, have no tears ’cause I’m a top tier / Just stand out, I’m a top tier,” he raps in the chorus.


‘oWn’ also includes several collaborations, including ‘Gotta Go’ featuring Verbal Jint, ‘Feelin’ Good’ featuring Jiselle and ‘Self-Portrait’, featuring former Wanna One bandmate Kim Jae-hwan. The record also features the B-side ‘Dive’.

The new release marks Park’s first solo material since his track ‘Color Eye’ in AB6IX’s 2020 mini-album ‘5NALLY’. The idol has previously released several collaborative tracks throughout his career, including the 2019 single ‘Candle’ with bandmate Lee Dae-hwi, and ‘Puzzle’ with former SISTAR member Soyou for the soundtrack of the 2021 comedic period drama Mr. Queen.

AB6IX’s last comeback was their October 2022 mini-album ‘Take A Chance’. It was led by the single ‘Sugarcoat’, which featured lyrics penned by Park and Lee. The record also included the Korean-language version of their song ‘Chance’, which was originally released as the boyband’s first-ever English single in August 2022.

The four-member boyband first debuted under Brand New Music, which was founded by Korean rapper Rhymer, with their mini-album ‘B:Complete’ in 2019. Prior to the group’s debut, Park, Lee and bandmate Kim Dong-hyun participated in the second season of Produce 101 in 2017, where Park and Lee placed sixth and third respectively and became part of the temporary boyband Wanna One.

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