5 Times TWICE Referenced Their Own Songs In “Talk That Talk”

TWICE was able to seamlessly include all of these titles into the lyrics!

TWICE has released dozens of fantastic tunes over almost 7 years since their debut in 2015. It has reached the point where they’re able to reference themselves in new releases without missing a beat! Here are 5 times TWICE referenced their own tracks in “Talk That Talk.”

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1. “More & More”

Sana repeats her iconic lines from “More & More,” reminding us of how she slayed similar lyrics all the way back in 2020.

TWICE’s Mina and Sana in the “Talk That Talk” music video | JYP Entertainment/YouTube
TWICE in their “More & More” music video | JYP Entertainment/YouTube

2. “YES or YES”

Tzuyu references the group’s 2018 single “YES or YES” which has since garnered over 367,000,000 views on YouTube!

TWICE’s Tzuyu in the “Talk That Talk” music video | JYP Entertainment/YouTube
TWICE in their “Yes or Yes” music video | JYP Entertainment/YouTube

 3. “Push & Pull”

They weren’t shy about mentioning their subunits! Continuing her line, Tzuyu also references “Push & Pull,” a song performed by TWICE members Jihyo, Sana, and Dahyun. The track comes from their last Korean language studio album, Formula of Love: O+T=<3.

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Formula of Love: O+T=<3 album | @JYPETWICE/Twitter

4. “1 to 10”

The next lyric is a throwback all the way to 2016! Jeongyeon mentions TWICE’s “1 to 10” b-side from their album Twicecoaster: Lane 1.

TWICE’s Jeongyeon in the “Talk That Talk” music video | JYP Entertainment/YouTube
Twicecoaster: Lane 1 album | JYP Entertainment

5. “Turn It Up”

Although it’s barely heard in the song, thanks to the subtitles on the official music video, ONCEs were still able to catch this line! In the background, a chorus says “Turn It Up,” one of their tracks from an extended play, Fancy You.

TWICE’s Jihyo in the “Talk That Talk” music video | JYP Entertainment/YouTube
Fancy You extended play | JYP Entertainment

Considering how many songs TWICE has, it might be possible to fill up an entire track with just titles from their releases!

Check out the music video for “Talk That Talk” below.