TXT’s ‘Can’t You See Me?’ Named Radio Disney’s 2020 Song of the Summer

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Tomorrow X Together, also referred to as TXT, is making waves with their EP The Dream Chapter: ETERNITY. Most lately, the Okay-pop group’s music “Can’t You See Me?” was named 2020’s Song of the Summer by Radio Disney.

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TXT gained Radio Disney’s Song of the Summer

TXT is made up of 5 members: Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyun, and Huening Kai. The band debuted in 2019 underneath Big Hit Entertainment and already has widespread identify recognition and charting energy.

Radio Disney nominated Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande for “Rain on Me,” Sia’s “Together,” Zoe Wees’s “Control,” TXT for “Can’t You See Me?”, Diplo’s “Dance with me,” JP Saxe’s “If the World Was Ending,” Kenzie’s “Exhale,” and Dua Lipa’s “Break My Heart” for Song of the Summer.

Fans got every week to vote, and TXT got here out because the winner. In a video posted by Radio Disney, the members thanked followers for voting for them.

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“We simply heard that our music ‘Can’t You See Me?’ from our EP The Dream Chapter: ETERNITY is Radio Disney’s 2020 Song of the Summer!” Soobin mentioned.

“It’s actually a very special song for us, so we are honored and really happy that so many of you have enjoyed it,” Yeonjun added.

TXT launched ‘Can’t You See Me?’ in May

On May 18, 2020, TXT launched their second EP The Dream Chapter: ETERNITY. The EP consists of six songs: “Drama,” “Can’t You See Me?” “Fairy of Shampoo,” “Maze in the Mirror,” “PUMA,” and “Eternally.”

“Can’t You See Me?” served because the lead single of The Dream Chapter: ETERNITY, and in an interview with Billboard, the Okay-pop group defined the which means of the music.

“We think that ‘Can’t You See Me?’ really carries the whole penetrative theme of the entire album. It’s our title track [lead single] because it’s about the confusion and loneliness that the boys in our story feel as they collide with reality and discover conflicts in their friendship. The song delivers both a sense of resentment towards friends and a desire to be saved by them. It’s a very unique song with unique sounds that follow turbulent emotions,” the TXT members advised Billboard.

The success of ‘The Dream Chapter’ period

TXT first debuted in 2019 with their EP The Dream Chapter: Star. In October 2019, they launched their first studio album The Dream Chapter: Magic. The Korean band’s 2020 EP The Dream Chapter: ETERNITY accomplished their The Dream Chapter album collection.

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All three albums explored comparable themes of rising up and adolescence. The music video for “Can’t You See Me?” is linked to the music video for “9 and Three Quarters (Run Away),” the lead single from The Dream Chapter: Magic.

Musically, the EP confirmed the TXT members’ development as artists, as all 5 members co-wrote the music “Maze in the Mirror.” Yeonjun additionally performed a hand in writing the rap a part of “Fairy of Shampoo,” the primary remake music ever launched by the group.

The Dream Chapter: ETERNITY topped the iTunes album chart in 50 areas after its launch, and in 2020 TXT was nominated for Best Okay-pop on the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards for the “Run Away” music video.

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