K-pop sensation TWICE unveiled its English pre-release single, I Got You, on Friday. It is part of the group’s 13th mini-album, With YOU-th, scheduled for a February 23 release.The music video depicts the members braving a fierce storm, drawing strength and solace from one another.Meanwhile, on Sunday, TWICE‘s agency, JYP Entertainment, teased a special edition, I Got You (Voyager Version), featuring a collaboration with American pop artist Lauv.The song will be released on Monday.

Lauv, best known for his breakout hit I Like Me Better, has expressed his excitement about the collaboration with TWICE.He posted a video on X/Twitter, asking in the caption, “Wait, is this ‘THE’ TWICE?””I’M BLESSED! TWICE asked me to collaborate on their new song I GOT YOU so, of course, I DID IT!!! (sic),” he stated.Notably, I Got You marks TWICE’s comeback after nine months since their Japanese single Hare Hare in May 2023.

 Got You’ highlights bond between members

Previously, JYP Entertainment revealed that I Got You focuses on the connection between TWICE members.Per the label, it conveys the message: “Even during difficult situations, I was always happy because of ‘you’ and we will overcome those hardships ‘together’ as always.”The synth-pop tune boasts a catchy drum beat, energetic melody, and harmonious layers.The lyrics underscore the enduring ties of love and friendship among the members.


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