BtoB 4U, a sub-unit of South Korean boyband BtoB, have dropped the tracklist for their upcoming special album, ‘4U:OUTSIDE’.
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The group released the tracklist on their official Twitter account yesterday (August 16), unveiling the names and production credits of the special album’s six tracks, including title track ‘Outsider’.
A majority of the tracks off ‘4U:OUTSIDE’ most notably include sub-unit members Peniel and Min-hyuk under his production moniker ‘HUTA’. BTOB member Hyun-sik was also spotted in the credits of ‘Waiting 4 U’ despite not actively promoting with the group.
Consisting of Eun-kwang, Peniel, Min-hyuk and Chang-sub, BtoB 4U is a sub-unit of the boyband made of its currently active members. It’s other members, Hyun-sik and Sung-jae, are currently serving in the military and are set to be discharged on November 14.
BTOB SPECIAL ALBUM
[4U : OUTSIDE] TRACK LIST
— BTOB·비투비 (@OFFICIALBTOB) August 16, 2021
The group also released a schedule for the days leading up to the album being released on August 30 at 6pm KST, including an audio snippet to be dropped on August 20, as well as separate online and offline release dates for the album on August 30 and 31 respectively.
BTOB SPECIAL ALBUM
[4U : OUTSIDE] SCHEDULER
— BTOB·비투비 (@OFFICIALBTOB) August 15, 2021
News of the group’s comeback were confirmed by BtoB’s agency CUBE Entertainment last week. ‘4U:OUTSIDE’ will mark the group’s first release since their appearance on the Mnet reality TV show Kingdom: Legendary War. BtoB 4U’s last release was the mini-album ‘Inside’ in November last year, featuring the lead single ‘Show Your Love’.
Minhyuk was recently discharged from a two-week hospital stay after he tested positive for the COVID-19 virus last month. He later went live on Instagram to share his experience, revealing that he “was basically out of my mind for about a week”, adding that his “head hurt so much that it really felt like it would shatter”.
In other K-pop news, Parasite executive producer Miky Lee and Interstellar producer Lynda Obst have teamed up to work on a new movie set in the world of K-pop. Titled K-Pop: Lost In America, the tilme will reportedly revolve around a K-pop boyband who accidentally end up in Texas two days before their grand global debut in New York City.