TXT’s Soobin Reveals What The Dollar Sign In “LO$ER=LO♡ER” Stands For

He shared why it was important to include it in the title of their song!

TXT recently made their comeback with the repackaged album The Chaos Chapter: FIGHT OR ESCAPE, with the accompanying title track “LO$ER=LO♡ER”, and talked about their new song at their comeback showcase!

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Following their last release in July with the album The Chaos Chapter: Freeze, and title track “0X1=LOVESONG”, the members of TXT talked about their latest comeback, and HueningKai referenced how it is meant to show the frustrating realities of the world, and how youngsters navigate through their times of trouble.

Our latest print is about fighting against the world when you face something unexpected and baffling.


As they discussed their new song “LO$ER=LO♡ER”, leader Soobin addressed the unique stylization of the title, in particular, the dollar sign in the word “loser”.

Soobin | Big Hit Music

The song is from the perspective of a boy who is deemed a loser by others, but still hopes to fall in love with someone, and ultimately, the two characters run away together, Soobin revealed how the dollar sign is meant to address how young people eventually face the real world.

As the song is about a boy who hopes to escape reality with his lover, he eventually realizes that money is crucial for his escape.


You can TXT explore these themes in their comeback MV for “LO$ER=LO♡ER” here!

Source: The Korea Herald