(Photo : Respectable Facebook)Things had beensomewhat confusing for iKON fanaticsduring the last few months, as the crowd has had their full length album unlock date driven back several times. Optimistically this ultimate unloosetime tablemay not exist once back delayed.
But then again, YG Entertainment president Yang Hyun Suk is notprecisely known for keeping his promises about release schedules.
Nevertheless, it shouldseem that iKON's official full length debut album "Welcome Back" has once and for all been scheduled for Dec. 24. Along the release of the album, it also seems that iKON might be doing yet every other double unmarried bring out with two track videos set to premiere at the similar time.
Though the more than one music videos would possibly come as a wonder to some, since their first release in September, Yang Hyun Suk had promised a least five other music videos for iKON's debut.
"Of the 12 tracks in iKON's debut full album to be released in November, a minimum of five of them are identify tracks. As such, we will be filming at the least five music videos," acknowledged Yang (via Allkpop).
It's surelytransparent that plans are at all timesconverting at YG Entertainment, as iKON's "Welcome Back" album release date has been pushed back. Moreover, with thosefurther two music videos, iKON will have released six music videos as a substitute of the announced five.
The build upbut is most probablya favorable result, especially for fans who have patiently waited viaevery release since "My Type," to listen what the team has in shop for their full length album.
Whatever the explanationcould also be for the delays, hopefully iKON fans will be chuffed once the communityfinds two more music videos and their full length album.
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