After the invention of a time-controlling watch, an evil twin kills his brother, changing everyone’s lives in the process. 26 years later, he’s back looking for the watch that wrecked everyone’s lives.
This mini-album — the first after former member JaeBom left the group — is a step 2PM takes to reinvent themselves, with a little R&B mixed with dance tracks. Nothing really stands out, yet it doesn’t really suck.
2PM released their second studio album Hands Up on June 20, 2011. It’s a great development in what 2PM has done so far. This time around the sound is a little bit more fun, with tracks that are a little bit sexier and has a club vibe.