MONSTA X To Release A Fiery New Japanese Single Titled “WANTED”

MONSTA X To Release A Fiery New Japanese Single Titled “WANTED”

Monbebes get ready as MONSTA X ARE ON THEIR WAY to reveal yet another emblazing musical treat with their upcoming Japanese release titled “WANTED”!

MONSTA X is all set to impress yet again as they will be releasing a new Japanese single album titled WANTED. The global scene-stealers have already raised anticipations with the unveil of some striking teaser images for the same.


The lethal love killas will be unleashing their fatal charms with their 9th Japanese original single, WANTED this coming March.

The title song “WANTED” is said to be featuring lyricism reflective of the boy group’s powerhouse position.  MONSTA X has truly established themselves as global idols, having taken the crown for their magnificent releases both, domestically and abroad. And so, the track will be further spotlighting the same with the backing of a profound sound that is sure to leave listeners awestruck.


Besides this, MONSTA X will be delivering yet another bop with the addition of a B-Side track titled “Neo Universe”. Though the track will have fans grooving to its exhilarating and reverberating rhythm, it is a song that is sure to also hit right in those feels as it features heartwarming lyrics that talk about the current situation where it is hard to meet everyone in person due to the pandemic.

The ace group’s upcoming release WANTED will be made available in three versions. These versions include the limited edition A that contains a CD and DVD featuring a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the lead track’s music video, the limited edition B that includes a CD, LP-sized jacket, and another jacket photo, and finally, a regular edition that is inclusive of a CD and trading card.

Meanwhile, MONSTA X will be revealing the exciting new Japanese single album WANTED on multiple music sources on March 10.

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Photo Credits | Source: Universal Music Japan

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