A sudden announcement was made last week when it was revealed that TRAX would be making their comeback, as updated on their official website under SM Entertainment. More information has been released regarding their impending comeback.
Last year in September, TRAX returned with the mini-album “Oh My Goddess” and a year and 2 months later, they will be returning with their 3rd mini-album “Window.”
The group’s two members, Jungmo and Jay, will be promoting the new mini-album through individual activities via television, radio, and other variety programs, in addition to attending music programs.
Jay has been busy in the past year with various acting roles in dramas such as KBS2 “The President” and KBS1 “The Women of Our Home.” Jungmo participated in a special project group with Super Junior’s Heechul, M&D, showing off his versatile music abilities, and will also be featuring in the musical, “Fame.”
It’s been recently revealed that FNC Music‘s rock band will be coming to Europe early next year. With concerts to be expected in the UK and France, FNC Music’s CEO Han Sungho showed his confidence that his company’s bands will do well. “Although there is pressure to extend our career overseas, right into the home of band music, on the other hand, I actually did expect this could happen. When I look at members who already had previous experience, I am confident that Korean band music is not at all behind the world-class standard.”
These opportunities were created through M-Live, a concert produced by CJ E&M and which will bring not only solo concerts but also joint concerts to Europe. Since the biggest chunk of today’s Hallyu consists out of pop groups, CJ E&M’s Ahn Seokjun stated that they plan to introduce various genres and groups.
The press conference which was held surrounding the plans and concert series also included six different music companies such as Cube Entertainment, Star Empire (ZE:A, Jewelry), Amoeba Culture (Dynamic Duo, Supreme Team), Jungle Entertainment (Drunken Tiger, Leessang, Tasha/Yoon Mirae), FNC Music and J.Tune (MBLAQ).
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“Rapper G-Dragon is apparently fluent in multiple languages, and the sticky English hooks he sometimes tosses into his verses offer tantalizing hints at a full-scale crossover. In this outlandishly cool, Missy Elliott-style video, he’s paired with frequent collaborator and fellow Big Bang member TOP. See also: “Tonight” by Big Bang and “High High” by GD&TOP.”
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Big Bang‘s Daesung finally broke his silence through an in-depth interview conducted by his church, Champyungan. It’s been difficult for anyone to get an interview since his scandal broke out, but his church managed to convince him after they said, “We don’t think interviews happen because people want them to happen. They will happen when God decides the timing is right.”
Mulling over these words, Daesung agreed, saying “I’ll do it“.
Check out his interview below:
Some celebrities develop their star quality, while others are born with it. Knowing this, community portal site DC Inside polled its users from October 25th to November 1st on the question, “If they weren’t celebrities, what would they be doing now? Who is most undeniably a celebrity?
Out of 13,175 votes, 36.5% (or 4,811 votes) named JYJ‘s Jaejoong as the #1 celebrity who was born to become a star. Netizens explained that they believed Jaejoong’s statuesque features and strong musical talents gave him a natural star quality.
Meanwhile, Kim Hyun Joong came in second place with 19.9%. His ‘prince-like’ looks and 4D-personality made many users feel that he possessed a deadly combination of looks and charm.
Finally, Rain placed third with 8.4%. His star quality was defined by hard work, as he dedicated endless hours to perfect his skills and his stage presence, which now receives praise everywhere he goes.
Ever wondered what happened to F.CUZ after member LeeU pulled out in August?
With LeeU gone, the other members (Jinon, Kan, and Yejun) are currently promoting in Japan as a trio.
Their agency stated, “The members have been in Japan for the past 3 months and are currently in the midst of promotions… After LeeU left, F.CUZ continued their promotions in the format of a three-member unit on radio, TV, and live performances.”
F.CUZ released their first Japanese single ‘Never Let You Go’ in August, and held two fan meetings called ‘Last Forever’. With their debut song, F.CUZ was able to reach 3rd on the Oricon daily chart, and they hope to do just as well with their new Japanese single, scheduled to be released in December.
South American fans will be delighted to hear that 4minute, B2ST, and G.NA will soon be touching down at Brazil.
Cube Entertainment revealed on November 2nd that the ‘United Cube Concert‘ will be making history by holding the highly anticipated event in South America.
Cube Entertainment has joined hands with CJ E&M, and plans to hold the concert at Sao Paulo, Brazil at the ‘Espaço das Americas, Sao Paulo’ on December 13th.
The concert tour kicked off earlier in Japan during August and brought in 10,000 spectators, and will be followed by London on December 6th (Korean time, December 5th in England).