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TXT releases music video for Good Boy Gone Bad

We have good news for all TXT fans. The popular K-pop group recently released the music video for their latest track good boy gone bad. Well, as expected, it’s as intriguing as the band’s other chart-topping tracks to date. TXT boys Taehyun, Hueningkai, Yeonjun, Soobin, and Beomgyu released an over-the-top emotional track with a fusion of hip hop and rock, heralding their fiery comeback.

The title track from TXT’s fourth mini-album is good boy gone bad as previously mentioned. For the uninitiated, the album is called the Minisode 2: Thursday’s Child. The song tells the moving story of a boy who goes through heartbreak after losing the first love of his life. Well, that ultimately fits the concept of going wrong as we explore the whole trail as well. The five band members are seen throwing the world into utter chaos and discuss how simple grief can change our personalities. The theme is further displayed using thorns and flowers to make it look realistic.

From the look of the song, one can understand its hip-hop genre background that comes with a rock-based sound. It depicts how an innocent boy’s feelings are engulfed in loss and anger after losing the love of his life.

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The deep, loving voices of all the members of TXT are enough to make you dive deep into the emotions of the music video. Probably, it will also make you re-imagine a breakup. Moreover, the boys are, once again, the best with the rhythms and once again prove that they are the masters of hip hop and the rock genre.

Now, speaking of the album, it has not one but four other incredible tracks that will take all fans on an emotional roller coaster.

Watch the video below.

The members of TXT announced their comeback via a logo teaser while signaling a new era for the group early last month. The announcement was made on April 13, 2022 at 8:30 p.m. IST. Since then, the popular K-pop group has released several teasers and three sets of concept photos, leaving all fans excited for their long-awaited comeback. For the uninitiated, the group’s three concept photos were titled Mess, End, and Hate.