Group SEVENTEEN (S.Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, The8, Mingyu, Dogyeom, Seungkwan, Vernon, and Dino) proved their hot global popularity in collaboration with Apple.

Today at Apple's "Music Research Institute: Seventeen Remix," which Seventeen collaborated with Apple to commemorate the release of its digital single "Darling" on April 15, will be expanded to the U.S. store.

Seventeen is the first K-pop artist to participate in the Today at Apple remix session program. It has collaborated with Apple to help global fans experience their music in a more original and creative way.

Today at Apple's "Music Research Institute: Seventeen Remix," which began in Myeong-dong, Apple on the 15th and expanded to the entire Asia-Pacific region and the Apple Store in the U.S., is a session where participants can experience remixes themselves. Participants can listen to SEVENTEEN's creative process for 60 minutes and use Apple devices and Garage Band to create the world's only "Darl+ing" remix.

In the case of "Darl+ing" and the fourth full-length album ahead of release next month, it will be released as Dolby Atmos-supported space sound through Apple Music so that listeners can experience more realistic sound. You can also experience new spatial sounds in the Apple Store.

SEVENTEEN hit the global charts with its first English single "Darl+ing" released on the 15th. "Darl+ing" ranked top 10 in a total of 46 countries/regions, including 34 countries/regions, including Singapore, the Philippines, Egypt, and Indonesia, and also topped Japanese music sites Line Music and mu-mo.

SEVENTEEN has been spotlighted by foreign media such as Billboard, Rolling Stone, and famous magazine Teen Vogue.

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