More and More (Japanese ver.) by Twice

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“More & More (Japanese Ver.)”

Artist Twice
Album / Mini-album #TWICE3
Release Date September 16, 2020
Length 3:22
Label Warner Music Japan
Songwriter J. Y. Park “The Asiansoul” and Natsumi Watanabe
Composer  Uzoechi Emenike, Justin Tranter, Julia Michaels, and Zara Larsson
Genre J-pop

 

Warner Music Japan is the label that takes care of all Twice promotions in Japan and released their 3rd Japanese compilation album called #TWICE3 on September 16, 2020, with “More & More (Japanese Ver.)” included in it as the fourth track.

“More & More (Japanese Ver.)” is one of the Japanese songs from Twice that was previously released in Korean. But, this time, in this article, we will talk about the Japanese version.

Here is the full audio version of Twice’s “More & More (Japanese Ver.)” that was uploaded on Twice’s official YouTube account:

Background of “More & More (Japanese Ver.)”

Just like the previous Japanese compilation album that Twice released before, the 3rd Japanese compilation album by Twice called #TWICE3 consists of the Japanese versions of 6 previous singles that had been released first in Korean. “More & More (Japanese Ver.)” is set as the fourth track alongside the other 11 tracks including both the Japanese and Korean versions.

The cover photo for #TWICE3 was unveiled by JYP Entertainment for the first time on July 17, 2020, at midnight Korean time. The physical version of the album was planned to be released on September 16, 2020, under Warner Music Japan.

The audio version of “More & More (Japanese Ver.)” by Twice was uploaded through Twice’s official YouTube account by Warner Music Japan on July 7, 2020.

Here are some of the photo teasers from Twice’s 3rd Japanese compilation album called #TWICE3 where “More & More (Japanese Ver.)” is included.

Group Photo Teaser #1

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Group Photo Teaser #2

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Group Photo Teaser #3

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Story of “More & More (Japanese Ver.)”

Released with a summer vibe on September 16, 2020, “More & More (Japanese Ver.)” by Twice shows us about a romantic relationship between a woman and the man she loves. The woman never gets enough with the love and the desire she has towards him. The lyrics also describe the woman’s deep longing for that man which makes her unable to stop loving him.

The lyrics for the Japanese version of “More & More” by Twice were written by Park Jin-young himself as the one who made Twice alongside BIBI and Natsumi Watanabe. Uzoechi Emenike, Justin Tranter, Julia Michaels, and Zara Larsson were the ones who worked to compose the music together with MNEK, Park Jin-young, and Lee Hae-sol as the arrangers for this song. The length of this song is 3:21.

MV of “More & More (Japanese Ver.)”

Through Twice’s official Japanese YouTube channel, Warner Music Japan uploaded the short version MV of “More & More (Japanese Ver.)” by Twice as the promotion video. The video was uploaded on September 15, 2020, one day before the physical version of the album was officially released. As of now, the video had gained 1,899,068 views and 138,889 likes since it was first uploaded on YouTube.

The outfits that Twice’s members wear in the MV are kind of different from the usual outfits that they had worn for their previous MVs. There are many unique patterns that can be found on the outfits they wear with so many different colors. Also, the MV is full of summer vibes and there is a pool in it. There are also some tigers and snakes in the MV. Some parts of the choreography of the song are shown, too, in the MV.

Here is the MV of “More & More (Japanese Ver.)” by Twice (Short Ver.)

“More & More (Japanese Ver.)” Achievement

Thanks to the power of Twice’s fans, Once, in Japan, as soon as “More & More (Japanese Ver.)” was released as a digital download on different online music platforms in Japan, the song gained several positions on music charts.

Here are the details of the “More & More (Japanese Ver.)” achievements on song charts:

Song Charts

Chart Date Peak Position
Line Music Top 100 July 7, 2020 1
Line Music Top 100 July 8, 2020 1
Line Music Top 100 Daily Chart July 9, 2020 5
Line Music Year End Chart Top 100 December 9, 2020 47