On September 21, 2022, GOT7 member JAY B released the music video for Go UP, which has sent the fans into a frenzy. For the unversed, it is a funk-pop genre track that combines the tunes of a different punk genre altogether. The track includes a message of going beyond the expectations of others and finding one’s true freedom oneself. It reminds us of the early 2000s instrumental upbeat tunes teamed up with choir-like vocals that create a kind of fun atmosphere. There is no denying that it is a party song, and every part of it is filled with a lot of musicality that the listener gets gripped to till the end of the song.
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For the unversed, Go UP is a part of JAY B’s album Be Yourself that includes the sincere message of expressing oneself freely. It reminds us not to be conscious of someone else’s gaze, and JAY B expresses the same via his music. For the unversed, Go Up is the lead single from Be Yourself and is sure to be a craze among the fans soon.
The GOT7 leader has made a comeback with the second extended play titled Be Yourself. The same was announced on August 28, 2022, IST, and the latest release has finally dropped on September 21, 2022.
CDNZA Records, the new agency associated with GOT7’s JAY B, officially announced his solo album Be Yourself earlier by releasing an official teaser video. The said clip displayed a phone and seemed to hint at new teasers that were scheduled for Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The same eventually finally led to its grand release on September 21, 2022.
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The concept photos of Be Yourself were out on September 5, 2022. Talking about JAY B, he left no stone unturned to draw everyone’s attention with his drowsy expression in the published photo. He was seen staring at a distance while leaning on the sofa in a space full of vintage vibes.
In yet another photo, we could see JAY B sitting face to face with a doll while radiating his boyish beauty filled with playfulness and leisure. We can’t get over his comfortable and warm visual as he donned some really casual looks that included T-shirts, knitwear, and varsity jackets. The camcorders and turntables around him further added to the vintage and retro vibe-filled environment.