YG Entertainment released the fifth video of the complete Treasure D-DAY poster and performance teaser on the official blog (www.yg-life.com) on the 6th, and the release of the new song began at 6 pm on same day.
The featured song 'ORANGE' is a song written by member Asahi and participated in the composition, and Treasure explained ", its a warm ballad song that contains the story of him and her who want to stop the time and don’t want to be apart with each other under the orange sunset. "
Choi Hyun-seok, a member, said, "I wrote rap in this song so It is good to be able to express what I want to say."
Member Yoshi said, "it’s really grateful and good to be able to express my thoughts and emotions with lyrics that can only be used in 20s which is my age."
In addition, member Jihoon said, "In less than 100 days, we released 3 single albums, and we thought we could show our passion for music in these albums, so we worked harder every time."
In particular, the reason why we were able to show the sound source and choreography of Treasure's title song 'MMM' for five times of 18 seconds each 1 minute 30 seconds is because there is more energy toward the second half of the remaining song parts. He said that it would be nice to look forward to it as we prepared a different charm and performance than before.
In particular, Treasure mentioned that the reason why they were able to show the sound source and choreography of the title song 'Mmm (MMM)' first with 5 times of 18 seconds of song is because there is more energy going to the latter part of the rest of the song parts, and also they prepared a different charm and performance than before. Tresure said it would be nice to look forward to it.
Treasure's popularity, which debuted on August 7th, is spreading all over the world, and among the songs, ‘BOY’ and ‘I LOVE YOU’ were at the top of various global charts.
In addition, Treasure raised the expectation of the new song by meeting with global fans with the Naver's V Live from 4:30 pm on the 6th, 1 hour and 30 minutes before the release of the sound source.