TREASURE's "The Second Step: Chapter One" Tracklist Revealed

YG Entertainment's monster rookie boy group TREASURE have released the tracklist for their first mini-album "The Second Step: Chapter One" as they prepare for their first release in more than a year.

The mini-album's tracklist is as follows:


Songwriters: Sonny, Lil G, Choice37, LP, HAE, Choi Hyun Suk, Yoshi, Haruto, and Se.A

Title track "Jikjin" is also composed by and arranged by Future Bounce, who have worked on some of TREASURE's previous works. Hyunsuk, Yoshi, and Haruto are also listed as composers on the track as well.


Songwriters: Nu.D, Sonny, LP, Lil G, Choice37, HAE, Choi Hyun Suk, Haruto, and Yoshi

At this point assumed to be the main B-side of the album, "U" was also composed by TREASURE's rap line.


Songwriters: Jaguaa, Bang Ye Dam, Choice37, Lil G, Choi Hyun Suk, LP, Yoshi, Sonny, HAE, Se.A, and Haruto

"Darari" features lyrics by Bang Ye Dam, one of the group's main vocalists. Yedam also helped in composing the track, along with TREASURE's rap line.

"It's Okay"

Songwriters: Kid Wine, Airplay, Choi Hyun Suk, Haruto, and Yoshi

Set to be the last track on the digital release of the mini-album, "It's Okay" was written by the rap line of the group, although none of the members were involved in the composition or arrangement of the track.

"BFF | Best Friend Forever"

Songwriters: Choi Hyun Su, MGNTK, and Q

Featuring as the first of two CD only tracks in the release, "BFF | Best Friend Forever" was featured on TREASURE's web drama "The Mysterious Class", and a Christmas music video to the track was released last year on the group's official YouTube channel.

"Gonna Be Fine"

Songwriter: Edie

The second of the two CD only tracks, "Gonna Be Fine" is the only track in the release not to be written, composed, or arranged by any of the members of the group.

Which of the tracks on TREASURE's upcoming mini-album release are you the most excited for? Let us know by commenting on our socials @KpopWise.

Ford Carter

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