After wrapping their U.S. tour, the six-member boy band prepared three singles and music videos ahead of their just-released "Badman" EP.
B.A.P continue to prove themselves as one of the hardest-working K-pop acts with their latest EP, "Badman," out today.
"B.A.P is trying really hard to create a diverse type of music," band leader Youngguk told Billboard after their debut U.S. tour wrapped in May. The group revealed the fruits of this labor beginning in June when they released a single every month before unveiling the full six-song EP as the third and final single was released.
The first taste of the "Badman" EP came with mid-tempo ballad "Coffee Shop." The chilled-out track, which peaked at No. 16 on the K-Pop Hot 100, certainly showcases a new side for the boys, who have stood out with an edgier look and sound. Its music video looks to be inspired by their American trek, with scenes filmed in New York City and California before the six meet in a cafe together.