- K-pop girl group Tri.be dropped their new single album “Leviosa,” led by the title track “Kiss,” on Tuesday.
- The group’s third single album, which also features the song “In The Air (777),” is a follow-up to their 2021 single album “Conmigo.”
- Tri.be’s seven members – Songsun, Kelly, Jinha, Hyunbin, Jia, Soeun and Mire – are jointly managed by TR Entertainment and the Universal Music Group.
- The septet debuted in February 2021 with the single album “Tri.be Da Loca,” led by the title track “Doom Doom Ta.”
K-pop girl group Tri.be released their first comeback of the year on Tuesday with the single album “Leviosa,” led by the title track “Kiss.”
As “Leviosa” suggests, magic and ascension are central themes, which makes it fitting that the single album’s other song is titled “In The Air (777).”
A tribe in Indonesia has gone viral on social media after some of its members were photographed highlighting their bright blue eyes.
The Buton tribe, inhabitants of the island of Buton in Southeast Sulawesi, developed characteristic blue eyes as a result of a rare genetic disorder called Waardenburg syndrome.
The death of an Asian American evangelist at the hands of a primitive tribe a little more than a week ago raised awareness about how some uncontacted peoples perceive the outside world.
The tribe, referred to as the Sentinelese, is an indigenous collective of at least 15 members living in North Sentinel Island, one of the Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal.