- K-pop girl group Purple Kiss dropped their fourth EP “Geekyland” on Monday, led by the title track music video “Nerdy.”
- The album contains five other songs, with tracks “FireFlower” and “Love is Dead” being written by member Yuki and track “Summer Rain” being co- composed and co-written by labelmate Ravn of the K-pop boy group Oneus.
- Purple Kiss’ third EP “MemeM” and its title track of the same name were released just four months ago.
- The RBW Entertainment sibling group to Mamamoo officially debuted in March 2021 with the mini-album “Into Violet” and title track “Ponzona.”
On Monday, RBW Entertainment’s septet girl group Purple Kiss released their fourth EP “Geeklyland,” led by the aptly named title track music video “Nerdy.”
“Geekyland” comes packed with five other songs: “Intro: Bye Bye Bully,” which the group performed in a preview last week, “FireFlower,” “Can’t Stop Dreamin,” “Love Is Dead” and “Summer Rain.” Yuki, the group’s rapper, wrote the tracks “FireFlower” and “Love is Dead,” while “Summer Rain” was co-composed and co-written by labelmate Ravn of the K-pop boy group Oneus.
“Our previous album talked about witches, and the same concept is on ‘Geekyland.’ The album is also brimming with more musical diversity, and we hope our fans enjoy it. We all tried our best to show our full talent,” Goeun, the group’s main vocalist, said.
“When I first heard the demo version,” Swan added, “I knew it would work well for us because it‘s the type of music people might not have heard before. It’s unique. We‘ve also added some of our eye-catching moves to our performance.”
The message behind the new EP involves self-acceptance, a subject the group finds meaningful, with Swan explaining, “Our definition of ‘geek’ is not something weird, but it‘s just a person who is different from others. And when these people come together, that’s when they can make a difference.”
“The message is ’don‘t be afraid to take the initiative, and be yourself,’ Chaein said. “Hopefully, those who feel left out will be able to gain courage from our music, be confident and love themselves.”
Meanwhile, Mamamoo revealed last month that they are aiming to have a new album and concert ready in the second half of this year to commemorate their eighth anniversary since their debut. Mamamoo soloist Hwasa also released the collaboration single “Somebody!” with Loco Monday.
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