From Stray Kids to TXT to SEVENTEEN: 20 Tracks Make the Cut for NOW That’s What I Call KPOP Compilation Album

Exciting news for K-pop enthusiasts! The legendary compilation music series, NOW That’s What I Call Music, is venturing into the realm of K-pop with its upcoming release. Set to hit shelves in the United States on May 17, 2024, the NOW That’s What I Call K-Pop album signals the global influence and popularity of K-pop music.

20 Tracks Make the Cut for NOW Thats What I Call KPOP Compilation Album 1 min

For years, the NOW series has curated hit songs from various legendary genres, and now it’s turning its attention to the vibrant world of K-pop. Offering both CD and vinyl versions, this compilation album is a must-have for fans looking to add the latest hits to their collections.

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Featuring a whopping 20 tracks, the album showcases a diverse array of top-tier K-pop artists and groups. From established acts like SEVENTEEN with “God of Music” to rising stars like STRAY KIDS with “LALALALA” and TXT with “Sugar Rush Ride,” the compilation promises to deliver a musical journey through the latest and greatest K-pop hits.

Fans can also expect to groove to tracks from beloved groups like TWICE with “I GOT YOU,” Red Velvet with “Chill Kill,” NCT 127 with “Fact Check,” and NCT DREAM with “Broken Melodies.” The album doesn’t stop there – it also includes tracks from emerging rookie groups such as aespa with “Drama,” ENHYPEN with “Bit Me,” and LE SSERAFIM with “UNFORGIVEN.”

With each track carefully selected to represent the diverse sounds and talents within the K-pop landscape, NOW That’s What I Call K-Pop aims to introduce the genre to a wider audience, particularly in the American market. By showcasing the breadth and depth of K-pop music, this compilation album serves as a gateway for newcomers to explore the dynamic world of K-pop.

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Moreover, the release of this album sets a precedent for future K-pop compilation albums, paving the way for more comprehensive collections to come. As K-pop continues to captivate audiences worldwide, NOW That’s What I Call K-Pop stands as a testament to the genre’s global impact and enduring popularity.

Mark your calendars for May 17, 2024, and get ready to immerse yourself in the latest and greatest K-pop hits with NOW That’s What I Call K-Pop.

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