New Jeans, the famous South Korean girl group, won on Music Core for their track Ditto from the album ‘OMG.’ ADOR, a division of Hybe Corporation, published the single album on January 2, 2023; Ditto was made available as a pre-release track on December 19, 2022.
The music shows of New Jeans achieved several accolades, including MCountdown, Inkigayo, and Show! Music Core.
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The song “Ditto” was released five months after New Jeans’ first extended play, New Jeans, and the three lead singles, “Cookie,” Hype Boy,” and “Attention,” were well-received both critically and commercially.
Hybe Corporation’s CEO Jiwon Park said that NewJeans will return on January 2, 2023, with their debut studio album OMG, and would release a pre-release single in December during the company’s annual community news conference on YouTube on November 10, 2022.
Minji, The Black Skirts, Oohyo, and Ylva Dimberg, who also collaborated on the composition with 250, wrote the song. The song “Ditto” was written in both English and Korean. It was performed at 134 beats per minute while in the key of F minor.
According to ADOR CEO Min Hee-brief jin’s comment to South Korean media sources, the song reinterprets the Baltimore club dance genre in its “Own Style” and highlights NewJeans’ winter tone.
Although the song “Ditto” is about a romantic crush, the video suggests that it’s also possible to hope that a new acquaintance will share your thoughts to advance a friendship.
It was revealed that the single album’s self-titled title track and a pre-release single would release on December 19, 2022, and November 10, 2022, the day after its release was confirmed. On December 12, the first album teasers, which drew inspiration from holiday movies from the 1990s, were made public.
The pre-title, release’s “Ditto,” was made public on the same day. As planned, New Jeans published two music videos for “Ditto” under the titles “Side A” and “Side B.” Shin Woo-Seok directed both, and the single was made available through several music websites, including Melon and iTunes.