“NOW That’s What I Call K-Pop” Announces its Full Track List Featuring Artists from Solo Leveling, Black Clover, and More

The long awaited album NOW That’s What I Call K-Pop just announced its track list, featuring 20 top hits from the major K-pop artists. Some featured artists include Stray Kids (“TOP” – Tower of God), TxT (“LEvel” – Solo Leveling, “Everlasting Shine” – Black Clover), and ENHYPHEN (“Forget Me Not” – Re-Main) who have performed for multiple anime series. 

Preorders for NOW That’s What I Call K-Pop will be available starting May 17 in multiple formats such as the CD digipack, pink vinyl, and digital. The CD and vinyl editions include photocards for the 20 featured artists, a photocard envelope to hold them, and a photo spread of the artists. 

NOW That’s What I Call K-Pop Tracklist:

  1. 1. STRAY KIDS  – “LALALALA”
  2. 2. SEVENTEEN  – “God of Music”
  3. 3. TXT – “Sugar Rush Ride”
  4. 4. TWICE – “I GOT YOU”
  5. 5. NCT 127 – “Fact Check”
  6. 6. aespa – “Drama”
  7. 7. ENHYPEN – “Bite Me”
  8. 8. LE SSERAFIM – “UNFORGIVEN (feat. Nile Rodgers)”
  9. 9. ITZY – “UNTOUCHABLE”
  10. 10. NMIXX – “DASH”
  11. 11. (G)I-DLE – “Queencard”
  12. 12. RED VELVET – “Chill Kill”
  13. 13. NCT DREAM – “Broken Melodies”
  14. 14. FIFTY FIFTY – “Cupid (Twin Version)”
  15. 15. fromis_9 – “#menow”
  16. 16. Kep1er – “Giddy”
  17. 17. STAYC – “Bubble”
  18. 18. tripleS – “Rising”
  19. 19. RIIZE – “Get a Guitar”
  20. 20. ZEROBASEONE – “In Bloom”

The NOW brand first started with its NOW That’s What I Call Music! album, a licensed compilation album of the latest hit songs that released 25 years ago in 1998. It has sold more than 250 million albums with 68 titles reaching Top 10 Billboard charts in the U.S, including 19 No.1 entries. 


Source: Press Release

Nico is part writer, part podcaster, and part Italian. When he is not working for Anime Trending, he is hard at work caring for his cats Solo and Doppio and making sure they grow up with only the most refined tastes in anime such as works directed by Masaaki Yuasa and Gen Urobuchi. When he's not watching anime, he is busy playing competitive card games and RPG's he never will have time to complete.
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