South Korean singers group- TWICE was created by JYP Entertainment. The nine members of the group are Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu. Twice made its television debut on October 20, 2015, with the extended play (EP) The Story Begins.

Twice was established as a component of the television programme Sixteen (2015). Twice became the first female Korean group to simultaneously top Billboard's World Albums and World Digital Song Sales charts with the release of their debut studio album Twicetagram and its lead song "Likey" in 2017. When Twice's single "Feel Special" was released in 2019, they became the third female Korean act to chart in the Canadian Hot 100.

For American promotional efforts, the group signed with Republic Records as part of a partnership with JYP Entertainment. Their singles More & More, Eyes Wide Open, Taste of Love, and Formula of Love: O+T=3 have all made the US Billboard 200 chart. The Twice albums are listed in order here.


"TWICE achieved success on a global scale in 2017 when their studio album "Twicetagram," with the lead hit "Likey," was released. One early TWICE's albums where they continued to emphasise their sweet and adorable notions is this one.

Fancy You

"They broke it! It's a bop in every song! Finally, each member has a chance to stand out, and this album really shows how much Twice has developed as a band. They continue to develop while retaining their timeless charm.

The songs' lyrics and music are quite unimaginative, yet they nevertheless achieve what (k)pop should in every way: catchy melodies with powerful singers and upbeat beats. Even though the lyrics are typical, the fact that some of the members participated in the composition process demonstrates the Twice girls' commitment and interest.


"Despite its success, Twice's Japanese content has so far been somewhat lacking." Following an excessively cutesy theme simply seemed to highlight the group's most saccharine impulses. However, the previews for "BDZ," the first track from their debut J-pop Twice album, seemed to hint at a more sophisticated sound. With BDZ, Twice starts to dangle its toes in the K-pop "girl crush" waters that many of its fans have been asking for.

Formula of Love: O + T= <3

"Since the release of their magnum opus, Feel Special, in 2019, this is unquestionably their best project." This album features appealing beats, solid songwriting, and standout vocal performances. F.I.L.A. and Hello are two songs that really capture the extremely lighthearted and whimsical characteristics this album aims to convey. You are completely drawn into TWICE's universe by songs like "ICONIC" and "LAST WALTZ," which have a very vast and cinematic production. The entire Twice albums has a heavy, energetic feel to it; it is a true classic in TWICE's repertoire.

Twicecoaster: Lane 1

Within a year, Twice transformed from young rookies to renowned household names. TT, the album's lead track, also quickly gained notoriety. Even today, Onces still hold the TT and MV in high regard. However, TT isn't the only standout song on this album; you'll be jamming to a number of other beauties. Some of the best are 1 to 10, Jelly Jelly, and Ponytail. I still appreciate the songs on this album, which was at the time their strongest offering.

Feel Special

"Feel Special" still seems to me to be the kind of conclusion that demonstrated Twice had totally advanced from more than just simple, adorable, bubbly bangers (not that their library was 100% that, but still) and into full-on sophisticated territory. This amazing EP contains a lot of tracks that express confidence, style, and maturity. Many times the instrumentals allow for it, but perhaps this time around it's the composition itself lacking that bubblier approach that makes many of the tracks on here so stunning compared to most of their earlier work.


They gained domestic notoriety twice in 2016 with their track "Cheer Up," which peaked at number one on the Gaon Digital Chart, became the year's best-performing single, and won "Song of the Year" at the Melon Music Awards and Mnet Asian Music Awards. Twice albums are quite entertaining and cheery, so you should listen to it.