B.A.P, which stands for â€œBest, Absolute, Perfectâ€
B.A.P is a six-member hip hop South Korean K-pop boy band formed by TS Entertainment in 2012. The group member is Bang Yong Guk, Kim Him Chan, Jung Dae Hyun, Yoo Young Jae, Moon Jong Up and Choi Joon Hong (Zelo). Prior to their debut, TS Entertainment had undergone different marketing strategies to promote the group with projects such as Yong Guk's solo activities and B.A.P's sub-unit, Bang & Zelo. On January 26, 2012 the group officially debuted with the release of the single, "Warrior". The song and its music video earned them much critical acclaim with their debut marked as "powerful and charismatic". In March 2012, B.A.P released "Secret Love" as the follow up single for "Warrior".The song displayed a different style and theme from their previous single as it showcased a mature and sensitive image of the group. On April 20, TS Entertainment revealed the name of their comeback single, which was entitled "Power" and subsequently released a music video teaser for the song. On July 19, B.A.P released the music video from their new first-mini album, titled "No Mercy". Said album consists of five tracks: "Goodbye" "No Mercy" "Dancing in the Rain" "Voice Mail" and "What My Heart Tells Me to Do". On August 30, B.A.P released their repackaged version of their third EP No Mercy, renamed Crash. The two new songs included in the new album are "Crash" and Yong Guk's "I Remember" (feat. Daehyun) along with the five previous tracks. On October 22nd, B.A.P released their third single album, titled "Stop It", together with a music video on TS Entertainment's YouTube channel. The third single album contains three tracks: "YESSIR", "Stop It" and "Happy Birthday".