4 Walls is the fourth full-length album by f(x). It was released on October 27, 2015 with the title track used as the lead track for the album. It marked the group's first release as a four-member group after former member Sulli left the group in August 2015.
The record's musical styles are diverse, incorporating the group's signature electropop and synthpop sound with elements of various genres including house, EDM and UK garage. The album received favorable reviews from music critics, who noted that the other members had the opportunity to showcase their vocal abilities more following the departure of Sulli.
An art exhibition to showcase the group's comeback was set up in Itaewon, Seoul and ran from October 21st to 27th.
The album was a commercial success in South Korea, selling 75,625 copies in 2015 among the two months of its release and becoming the 33 biggest-selling album of the year in the country. The title track was also the group's most successful single since "Rum Pum Pum Pum", selling over 619,022 units as of June 2016.
- "4 Walls" - 3:27
- "Glitter" - 2:59
- "Deja Vu" - 3:40
- "X" - 3:23
- "Rude Love" - 4:18
- "Diamond" - 3:59
- "Traveler" (feat. Zico) - 3:38
- "Papi" - 3:05
- "Cash Me Out" - 3:21
- "When I'm Alone" - 3:23
- "Cash Me Out" is a Korean remake of the song of the same name by Swedish singer Zara Larsson. The original song has English lyrics and is featured on the singer's second EP, Allow Me to Reindroduce Myself.
- "When I'm Alone" was originally a song for Canadian singer Carly Rae Jepsen, composed by her and intended for her third album E·MO·TION. The singer revealed in an interview that the original song was about masturbation. However, the song did not make it to the final tracklist of E·MO·TION and SM Entertainment bought the rights to the song. Korean lyricist Jo Yoon-Kyung wrote its Korean lyrics about the sad loneliness of missing a loved person.