SEVENTEEN Returns With 11th Mini Album ‘SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN’: Stream It Here

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CARATs, SEVENTEEN‘s 11th mini album, SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN, is finally here. The K-pop group’s latest album arrived on Monday (Oct. 23), along with a technicolor video for the project’s lead single, “God of Music.”

The video for the soul inspired, funky pop track features the group — which consists of members S.Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, DK, Mingyu, The8, Seungkwan, Vernon and Dino — parading around Budapest, bringing music to life and spreading joy and their love for music in various spots around the city.

“What is our happiness/ Don’t fret, let’s just dance and sing/ This is our happiness/ One morе time, hey/ Music is our breath/ No dangеr here, keep taking it in/ Everybody, let’s listen up/ If there is a God of Music/ This is a message for you/ Gather one note after the other, mm/ Dance and sing, this feels amazing,” the member gleefully sing on the chorus.

Other tracks on the album include “SOS,” produced by Marshmello, and songs from each of the group’s units — “Back 2 Back” (Performance Unit), “Monster” (Hip-hop Unit), and “Yawn” (Vocal Unit). SEVENTEEN also thanks its devoted fanbase on tracks “Diamond Days” and “Headliner.”

With SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN, the K-pop group has a chance at continuing its top 10 streak on the Billboard 200. Previous set FML peaked at No. 2 on the all-genre tally in May, and spent a total of nine weeks on the list. SEVENTEEN’s fourth album — a repackage of Face the Sun — peaked at No. 4 in August 2022 and enjoyed four weeks on the survey, while its parent release charted at No. 7 in June 2022 and spent seven weeks on the chart.

Stream SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN in the link below, and watch the video for “God of Music” above.

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