Released on August 19, TXT Drama MV talks about a heartbreaking story of being lonely and the importance of true friendship. The sporty music video released on the Haikyuu day really gives a Haikyuu!! vibes.
TXT Japanese Mini-Album
After the success of their epic The Dream Chapter trilogy, the quintet released their Japanese mini-album Drama. TXT Japanese Mini-album consists of three tracks, including Drama, Everlasting Shine, and the Japanese version of Can’t You See Me.
Drama Music Video
The music video of Drama, the lead track of TXT Japanese mini-album, depicts a friendship story. From the full Drama MV, we can see the five boys transform into a volleyball team, with the jerseys. They also play basketball and roam around the cities with their bicycles.
txt teaching everyone that you should never leave someone behind in your friendship group, beomgyu being the main actor is someone many people can relate to and i think that’s so powerful, 4th gen leaders indeed#DRAMAOutNow#OurEverlastingShineTXT#君と_僕の_DRAMA@TXT_members pic.twitter.com/sJGPobOcPG— 𖧵 kels 🦋 (@jjunifly) August 18, 2020
definitely thinking abt txt haikyuu uniforms pic.twitter.com/OkiXWeHJDu— εїз (@golchie) August 17, 2020
Since the first teaser, MOAs have been comparing with Haruichi Furudate’s popular shonen. Some MOAs even notice that the Drama will be out on August 19, which is supposed to be Haikyuu Day.
What is Haikyuu Day?
Haikyu is one of the well-known sports anime created by Haruichi Furudate. The fantastic thing is that it has a fanbase. Haikyuu originally means ‘volleyball’ in Japanese.
Every year on August 19, the tag Haikyuu Day is trending on the internet, especially Twitter. It is because of how the numbers are read in Japanese: 8 (hachi), 1 (ichi), 9 (kyuu).
Black Clover OST
Aside from the outstanding Drama MV, another track in TXT Japanese mini-album will be a theme song of Japanese anime. Everlasting Shine will serve as OST of Black Clover, an anime based on Yuki Tabata’s weekly shonen manga.
Never Give Up on Your Dreams
According to Crunchyroll, TXT said, “This song contains the message of ‘Shine Forever’ like a jewel, overcoming the obstacles over and over again to lead to a brighter future, even if things don’t go as you wish. We hope you will enjoy this opening song, which is similar to the theme of Black Clover, ‘Never give up on your dreams,’ alongside the anime.”
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