EXO Previews New Single 'Call Me Baby,' Album at Seoul Concert

boy band EXO attend EXO Planet #2 "The EXO' LuXion" 2015
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Members of boy band EXO attend EXO Planet #2 "The EXO' LuXion" press conference on March 8, 2015 in Seoul, South Korea. 

The group teased new tracks & an upcoming music video at their EXO Planet #2 – The EXO'luXion concert.

Last year, EXO become the highest-charting K-pop act on Billboard's year-end World Album Artists rankings ever and the boy band appears ready to make waves with a new album. 

During the group's EXO Planet #2 – The EXO'luXion concerts in Seoul, EXO gave a taste of the first new material recorded as 10 members after Kris and Luhan, both a part of the Chinese-focused splinter group EXO-M, departed in 2014.

Ahead of the show, the boy band held a press conference where they spoke about their upcoming music. According to the Seoul-based Korea IT Times, member Suho revealed that the new single's title would be "Call Me Baby" and that a small snippet of the song would be performed in the concert.

Fans were treated to a section of the video along with the band dancing to what sounds like a rather-addictive chorus. Check out a fan-recorded clip of the "Call Me Baby" video below:

The boys also performed a handful of tracks including the tracks with rumored titles "El Dorado (below)," "Exodus (She's So Dangerous)," "Full Moon," "Hurt," "Playboy," "My Answer" and "Promise."

When asked about a rumored release date of March 30 floating around local media, a representative for EXO at their label S.M. Entertainment tells Billboard there has been no formal announcement regarding the band's upcoming single or album. 

Last year, EXO managed their impressive year-end chart feat in part thanks to their Overdose EP, released both in Korean and Mandarin Chinese formats. The former soared into the Billboard 200 at No. 126, the highest-charting entry for a male Korean act ever, while the latter peaked at No. 8 on Heatseekers Albums.


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