Baby Monster came together for the official debut album
Baby Monster came together for the official debut album
A powerful production team came out in full force for the successful official debut of YG's new girl group Baby Monster, raising the expectations of music fans around the world.

YG Entertainment posted ‘[BABYMONS7ER] TRACKLIST’ on its official blog on the 20th. The seven tracks of the first mini album are gorgeous, embroidered on a strong red background.

Starting with 'MONSTERS (Intro)', the title songs 'SHEESH', 'LIKE THAT', 'Stuck In The Middle (7 ver.)', 'BATTER UP (7 ver.)', 'DREAM', 'Stuck In The It is filled with a variety of genres of music, from hip-hop to ballads, including 'Middle (Remix)'.

As we worked hard for a long time, the powerful production team collaborated to improve the level of perfection. Led by producer CHOICE37, who had been with Baby Monster even before his debut and provided strong support, DEE.P, Treasure Choi Hyun-seok, and leading overseas writers joined.

In particular, the name of world-famous singer-songwriter Charlie Puth, who presented track 3 'LIKE THAT' to Baby Monster, attracts attention. As he is an artist with multiple mega-hit songs, attention is being paid to the synergy that Baby Monster's expressive power combined with his sensuous sound will create.

YG said, "Baby Monster's first mini-album has finally been completed with the voices of 7 people. It will be an album where you can fully feel not only the strong musical capabilities of all of them, but also the identity of a team that is a perfect combination."

Starting with this album, Baby Monster will be actively promoting. It is expected that they will become familiar with domestic fans through music programs, broadcasting activities, and fan signing events. In addition, they will expand their global base through a fan meeting tour that starts in Tokyo, Japan and continues through five Asian regions, including Jakarta, Singapore, Taipei, Indonesia, and Bangkok, Thailand, and Japan's largest music festival, 'Summer Sonic 2024'.

Reporter Junho Yoon, Ten Asia translated by google