K-pop continues to make waves in the global music industry as girl groups Brave Girls and FIFTY FIFTY have signed exclusive contracts with Warner Music Korea and Warner Records, respectively.
On Thursday, Warner Music Korea announced that all four members of Brave Girls — Yujeong, Minyoung, Eunji and Yuna — will operate under their label.
Along with the exclusive contracts, Warner Music Korea also noted that a new name for the group is currently under discussion as Brave Girls were named after Brave Entertainment, owned by producer Brave Brothers.
Leader Minyoung hinted at new music in the works via an Instagram post on Thursday.
Hello, this is Minyoung. Moving forward, us four Brave Girls (Minyoung, Yoojung, Eunji, Yuna) will be joining Warner Music Korea. This coming summer 2023, we are preparing to meet you with better music and a new, improved look.
We are so grateful to our fans who have been waiting for news following the news of our hiatus. We’re hoping you will look forward to supporting our future with Warner Music. See you soon!
Brave Girls embarked on their first-ever U.S. tour last year in July, performing in Philadelphia, New York City, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Last month, Sung-il Ahn, co-CEO of FIFTY FIFTY’s label Attrakt, told Billboard they are “grateful to Warner Records for the opportunity to discuss innovative ways to bring FIFTY FIFTY to the forefront of the music industry.”
The rookie girl group, which consists of members Saena, Aran, Keena and Sio, went viral on TikTok with their sophomore single “Cupid.”