- K-pop rookie girl group NMIXX released their second single album “Entwurf” and the music video for title track “Dice” on Monday.
- In addition to “Dice,” the album also comes with a B-side “COOL (Your Rainbow),” as well as instrumentals for both songs.
- NMIXX and its members Haewon, Lily, Sullyoon, Jinni, BAE, Jiwoo and Kyujin debuted earlier this year under JYP Entertainment with the single album “Ad Mare,” led by the title track “O.O.”
- The girl group made their U.S. debut at KCON Premiere in Chicago. They notably performed at KCON LA in August and are slated to perform at KCON Japan in October.
JYP Entertainment rookie girl group NMIXX made their first comeback with the new single album “Entwurf” and the music video for title track “Dice” on Monday.
Paired with “Dice” is the B-side “COOL (Your Rainbow),” as well as instrumental versions for both tracks. NMIXX and its members Haewon, Lily, Sullyoon, Jinni, BAE, Jiwoo and Kyujin debuted earlier this year under JYP Entertainment with the single album “Ad Mare,” led by the title track “O.O.”
- A representative from JYP Entertainment issued a statement today saying that all nine members of Twice have renewed their contracts with the agency.
- Following the announcement, Twice also dropped a teaser for their 11th mini-album releasing on Aug. 26 titled “Between1&2.”
- Twice is now the first generation-three girl group to renew their contracts, making them one of the few groups to break the infamous seven-year group curse.
- It is unknown how long their contracts extend for, but their renewals are consistent with JYP’s announcement earlier this year about their U.S. expansion plans through their JYP USA subsidiary to build off the momentous year for the K-pop superstars.
Fans of K-pop girl group Twice can now “Cheer Up” at the news that all nine members will be renewing their contract with JYP Entertainment.
A statement from a JYP Entertainment representative announced the members’ contract renewals and shared news of an August comeback in the form of the 11th mini-album “Between1&2.”
- K-pop boy group Got7 announced a full group comeback on Monday, following their last group release “Encore” in February last year, with teasers to celebrate the eighth anniversary of their fandom Ahgase (short for “I got 7”).
- The self-titled EP is slated for a May 23 release at 6:00 p.m. KST, following an in-person concert for fans on May 21 and 22 at the Olympic Handball Gymnasium in Korea. An online version of the May 22 show will also be available.
- New social media accounts have been created for the group since their departure from JYP Entertainment last year.
- The members have been busy with solo projects in the meantime, such as Bambam’s new music under the Golden State Warriors’ new entertainment division and Jackson Wang’s performance as part of 88rising at Coachella.
K-pop boy group Got7 celebrated the eighth anniversary of their fandom Ahgase (short for “I Got 7”) on Monday with a teaser for their new EP to announce an upcoming full group comeback.
The seven-member group will release its self-titled EP on May 23 at 6:00 p.m. KST. New official social media accounts on YouTube, TikTok, Instagram and Twitter were created for the group on May 6th and feature a teaser video of their logo.
- K-pop boy group Stray Kids announced today the North American segment of their global tour, consisting of seven shows in the U.S. between June and July.
- The group’s recent EP “Ordinary,” featuring their comeback track “Maniac,” debuted on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums Chart earlier last month.
- Stray Kids’ previous tour “District 9: Unlock” was incomplete following cancellations and postponements due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Tickets for the U.S. tour will go on sale through Ticketmaster and LiveNation on Friday, April 22, at 6:00 p.m. EST.
K-pop boy group Stray Kids announced details for the North American portion of their global “Maniac” tour today.
Their social media posts revealed the venues and dates for the seven shows planned for the U.S. leg of their “Maniac” tour, named after their recent comeback.
- Twice’s upcoming two-night encore concert at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles sold out both nights, making them the first-ever K-pop girl group to headline a U.S. stadium as well as sell out a show.
- After completing and selling out all seven shows of the U.S. leg of their “III” tour, Twice announced their first-ever U.S. stadium concert at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles.
- Twice added a second show to their encore stadium concert after selling out in less than an hour.
- The dates for the encore concert are May 14 and May 15.
Twice’s upcoming two-night encore concert at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles sold out both nights, making them the first-ever K-pop girl group to headline a U.S. stadium as well as sell out a show.
The girl group, which debuted with JYP Entertainment in 2015, recently completed their U.S. tour circuit with their “III” tour selling out all seven shows in L.A., Oakland, Fort Worth and New York. Twice added another night to their L.A. show at The Forum in February due to popular demand.
- K-pop girl group Twice is returning to Los Angeles on May 14 for their first-ever North American stadium performance in a one-night-only encore to their “III” tour.
- After selling out all seven shows of their U.S. tour, which concluded last month, the girl group will be the second-ever K-pop group, after BTS, to perform at a North American stadium.
- Twice’s first-ever official English track “The Feels” debuted at No. 83 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in October of last year.
“Cheer Up,” Twice fans. JYP Entertainment announced on social media yesterday their K-pop girl group will return to Los Angeles “One More Time” for a one-night-only encore concert to their successful “III” U.S. tour.
For the first time, Twice and their fans will “Dance the Night Away” in a stadium — Banc Of California Stadium in Los Angeles — with a capacity of 22,000 instead of their usual The Forum venue, which has a capacity of 17,505.