NCT U New Single On Spotify Raises Questions Among Fans

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All sub-units of NCT have their own respective official Spotify account. These include NCT WayV, NCT Dream, NCT 127, and even the rotational unit, NCT U.

With the group's comeback in December, these profiles were updated as they now all feature the group's and units' new tracks. This is why fans and followers can easily notice and spot changes on the accounts.

On Tuesday, many individuals noticed that one of the official pages uploaded and published a new single. Upon playing and hearing the song, though, fans realized that it was not a production of the group. This led fans to conclude that the account was hacked, according to Koreaboo.

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A Newly Released Single But, Not From NCT U

The song in question carries the title, What You Need. It lists NCT U as the artist, and the poster for the track says the same thing.

But fans know that the subunit of the group has nothing to do with the said single. As noted, it sounded nothing like any of the K-pop act's previous music releases.

The publication said that in finding the truth behind what happened, fans discovered on Spotify that someone named "Kemony" wrote and produced the song. The person has his own official account on Spotify, and has since been assumed as the one who hacked the K-pop group's page.

As of the time of writing, the song is still on NCT U's official Spotify account. But, reports noted that fans have already spread the news of the alleged hacking incident on various platforms.

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Previous Alleged Hacking Incidents

The same publication, later on, recalled that this was not the first time NCT U encountered this incident. In November, some songs of a different artist reportedly got listed on the group's official page on Spotify.

However, instead of insisting that these incidents with NCT U are executed by hackers, Koreaboo asserted that there is a possibility of an error in the platform's system. Some netizens even shared on Reddit having similar experiences in their respective Spotify profiles and pages.

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