BALLISTIK BOYZ from EXILE TRIBE Team Up with T-POP Group, TRINITY for ‘Drop Dead’


Japan’s big-name supergroup, BALLISTIK BOYZ from EXILE TRIBE has announced a Japanese x Thai crossover collaboration with one of Thailand’s famous T-POP groups, TRINITY (4NOLOGUE). The single, ‘Drop Dead’ is released today on all major digital streaming platforms.

Comparable to the battle of the war where there are difficulties and obstacles that lie ahead, the fight to succeed in reaching one’s dream is no different, making it grand and memorable. ‘Drop Dead’ is a song that provides listeners with positive energy and a fighting spirit for those who are determined to try their best and work hard to the very end.

‘Drop Dead’ combines various genres of Trap, EDM, Pop with Rap lyrics all into one immensely intense song. This collaborative single inspires listeners to overcome obstacles and not give up. In order to reach one’s dream is nothing but war. One that is life trading, to the point that the world will remember one’s name, resulting in ‘Drop Dead’ being chosen as the perfect title for this single.


‘Drop Dead’ was first performed live by both BALLISTIK BOYZ from EXILE TRIBE and TRINITY at Big Mountain Music Festival, Thailand, in December 2022. The single is the first-ever international collaboration, produced outside of Japan from BALLISTIK BOYZ from EXILE TRIBE.

Watch the groups’ performance of ‘Drop Dead’ at Big Mountain Music Festival 
here.


The accompanying music video was released HIGH CLOUD ENTERTAINMENT’s 
YouTube Channel.



‘Drop Dead’ was first performed live by both BALLISTIK BOYZ from EXILE TRIBE and TRINITY at Big Mountain Music Festival, Thailand, in December 2022. The single is the first-ever international collaboration, produced outside of Japan from BALLISTIK BOYZ from EXILE TRIBE.

Watch the groups’ performance of ‘Drop Dead’ at Big Mountain Music Festival here.


The accompanying music video was released HIGH CLOUD ENTERTAINMENT’s YouTube Channel.

Ciera Reeves

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