With his current album, BamBam of GOT7 is leading charts all over the world. BamBam released his new solo mini-album B on January 18 at 6 p.m. KST, accompanied by the music video for the title single Slow Mo.
In 30 countries, including Brazil, Cambodia, Chile, Costa Rica, Denmark, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Fiji, Indonesia, Israel, Kazakhstan, and France, B has already reached No. 1 on the iTunes Top Albums charts.
In the meantime, Slow Mo topped Genie’s real-time chart and charted at No. 1 on iTunes Top Songs in at least 17 countries, including Argentina, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Fiji, Guatemala, Indonesia, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Mongolia, Paraguay, Peru, the Philippines, Qatar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Brazil.
The title tune reached the top 10 of the iTunes Top Songs rankings in the United States, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Singapore, New Zealand, the Netherlands, and Colombia.
Furthermore, B topped both the Worldwide and European iTunes Album rankings at the same time, and the hashtag “BamBamSlowMo OUTNOW” trended on Twitter, indicating the idol’s worldwide appeal.
The mini-album has two title tracks: Who Are You, a pre-release collaboration with Red Velvet’s Seulgi, and Slow Mo, a co-write between BamBam and American vocalist Pink Sweat$.
BamBam is widely regarded as having a significant effect on Thailand’s an advertising and social media industries.
He has supported eight products in his own nation since 2017, ranging from telecommunications firms, cellphones, and e-commerce to food, apparel, and motorbikes. In 2019, his Twitter account was Thailand’s most popular entertainment account.
The lead single Slow Mo
Slow Mo is a mesmerising combination of hip hop beats and an indie bass line co-written by BamBam and Pink Sweat$ (who also contributed to the composition). With its mid-tempo-focused production and BamBam’s lush, breathy vocal delivery, the music will quickly put you at rest, fitting the track’s title. While BamBam gave a similar vocal performance in Who Are You, with Slow Mo, he gives his audience a more in-depth look into his expressionism and musical style while also highlighting his vocal skills.
BamBam revisits visual aspects from his solo debut song, riBBon, with a soft pastel palette to suit the fantasy-inspired notion in Slow Mo. BamBam integrates numerous setups to portray the amount of ease and tranquillity his newfound love connection has ushered in, from lounging in a hammock floating in the sky to completing breezy choreographed routines in a fairytale-inspired environment.