Watch Tomorrow X Together’s Energetic Performance of “Good Boy Gone Bad” on “Good Morning America”!

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Watch Tomorrow X Together’s energetic performance of “Good Boy Gone Bad” on “Good Morning America”

The song was made available as the album’s debut single, “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child,” by the K-pop group.

Following the release of their latest album, minisode 2: Thursday’s Child, TOMORROW X TOGETHER is continuing to rule the world with a Monday appearance on Good Morning America (July 11). The K-pop trio performed “Good Boy Gone Bad,” the album’s lead track, on stage at the show’s Times Square location.

Members Yeonjun, Soobin, Beomgyu, Taehyun, and HueningKai spoke briefly with host Amy Robach before the performance to discuss what it’s like to be recognized as a defining voice for Gen Z youth globally.

“We have a lot of songs now and they tell one large story about growing up,” Taehyun remarked on behalf of the group.

“It’s an honor that we have that status,” Huening Kai continued. We wish to thank the people for their courage and express our hope that we can do more and better. And in response to a question regarding new music, he responded, “Yes, that’s true,” possibly indicating that new songs may be forthcoming soon

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The five members of the group then started their spirited rendition of “Good Boy Gone Bad,” singing the song’s lyrics and doing the choreography in perfect unison while wearing black ties, vests, and suit pants.

On May 9, Big Hit Music published Minisode 2: Thursday’s Child. After the releases of The Chaos Chapter: Freeze (in 2021) and Minisode1: Blue Hour, the K-pop boy band’s third No. 1 album on Billboard’s Top Album Sales chart was achieved with released (2020). The new collection spent a total of seven weeks and counting at No. 4 on the Billboard 200, where it also charted.

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