GOT7 Bambam 'B': Release date, where to listen, tracks and all you need to know about mini-album
After bagging many praises for his latest single ‘Who Are You’ featuring Seulgi of Red Velvet, GOT7’s Thai-born rapper double B aka Bambam is gearing up for a colorful comeback much like his solo debut album. After GOT7 members ended their seven-year-long contract with JYPE, Bambam signed with his close sunbae Sunmi’s label Abyss, and the 24-year-old released his debut solo album, ‘riBBon’ in June 2021.
Bambam has been seeing great success over the last few months after the release of his solo album. In 2021 alone, the GOT7 member was nominated for 10 award titles, of which, he won seven. In late December, Bambam pre-released one of the two title tracks of his upcoming album ‘B’ titled ‘Who Are You’ which has become a viral sensation over social media with fans performing various dance challenges on the song.
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GOT7’s Bambam will release his second solo mini-album titled ‘B’ on January 18 at 6 pm KST (4 am ET).
How to Listen
You can listen to Bambam's new mini-album on all major music streaming platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, and MelOn among others.
1. ‘Intro’ (Satellites)
2. ‘Who Are You’ (ft. Seulgi of Red Velvet) [Title Track]
3. ‘Slow Mo’ [Title Track]
5. ‘Let Me Love You’
6. ‘Ride or Die’
Just like his debut mini-album ‘riBBon’, Bambam’s second EP titled ‘B’ will also feature six tracks but this time around, Bambam has decided to have two title tracks for his new album. The rapper has listed ‘Slow Mo’ as his second title track for the album. The tracklist released for the album revealed that the American singer Pink Sweat$ worked on the lyrics, composition, and arrangement of the second title track, ‘Slow Mo’. Bambam himself has also worked on the lyrics of all songs on the album excluding the single, 'Subliminal’.
Unlike the concept photos released for his debut solo album, Bambam has gone dark with the concept photos for ‘B’. From the concept photos that were released on January 11, Bambam is seen posing next to an angelic statue trying to portray intense turmoil from his posture. All his recent concept photos are different and dark in comparison to the colors used for the album covers for ‘B’ which is raising questions among fans on how they should feel about the upcoming mini-album from Bambam.
Bambam will drop the music video for ‘Slow Mo’, the second title track of his second mini-album ‘B’ on January 18 at 6 pm KST (4 am ET).