2 AM will reunite after seven years: [ K-POP ]

 2 AM will reunite after seven years: [ K-POP ] The four bandmates of 2 AM are thinking about rejoining following seven years, media reports said Thursday.

The group of four appeared in 2008 with “This Song” and acquired a colossal being a fan with a progression of hits including “Never Let You Go,” “One Spring Day,” “You Wouldn’t Answer My Calls,” “How Should I Respond?” and “I Was Wrong.”

The band delivered its third studio collection, “How about we Talk,” in 2014, yet three of its individuals chose to head out in a different direction as their agreements reached a conclusion. Changmin remained with Big Hit for a very long time prior to building up his own administration firm, while Jo Kwon stayed with JYP Entertainment and later moved to Cube Entertainment.

Jeong Jinwoon and Lim Seungong ventured into acting, Jeong joining up with Mystic Story and Lim with Jellyfish Entertainment.

Jo, the pioneer, rejected that the band had basically disbanded, and in 2018 at a public interview for his record “Daybreak”, he referenced the chance of rejoining. A prior endeavor to reassemble in 2017 didn’t go anyplace.

The organizations addressing Jo, I, and Jeong said in light of the reports that the artists were emphatically thinking about rejoining.

Wonwoo and Mingyu from Seventeen will form a team.

Wonwoo and Mingyu of Seventeen

Wonwoo and Mingyu of Seventeen will come out with a record as a pair, said organization Pledis Entertainment on Thursday.

The organization overwhelmed fans with a movement banner for “Clashing,” highlighting vocalist Lee High.

Against the background of a dim rear entryway on a stormy day, the two are seen affectionately intertwined with their backs to the camera. A concise line from the melody, which is about adoration, just as a spellbinding guitar riff and drumbeat, gave fans a sample of the forthcoming music. The scrap demonstrated that it would be a piece of the band’s yearly task “Force of Love.”

The melody will be disclosed May 28.

In the interim, the 13-piece act additionally reported that it would deliver its eighth EP, “Your Choice,” on June 18. It has been eight months since the arrival of its collection “;[Semicolon].”

Heize’s latest EP is motivated by “The Walking Dead.”

Heize

Heize uncovered that her seventh EP, “Occur,” was roused by “Strolling Dead” at an online question and answer session on the event of its delivery Thursday.

“I normally work each day, however sometime in the past I couldn’t for longer than a month. In the wake of going through that period, I was watching the ‘Strolling Dead’ arrangement, which at last prompted the start of this collection,” said the vocalist musician.

She was humiliated that it required her close to 12 months to think of new music, she said.

“This is the first occasion when I’m putting out a collection after a long span,” she said, saying ‘sorry’ to her fans and expressing gratitude toward them simultaneously. It was additionally her first collection since she moved to P Nation and the new organization had permitted her to make it in a lovely setting, she added.

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The performer will play out the melodies from “Occur” without precedent for a Livestream on Naver’s foundation later on Thursday.

Jihyo of Twice performs a version of Camila Cabello.

Jihyo of Twice performs a version of Camila Cabello.

Jihyo of Twice glided a video of herself covering Camila Cabelo and Gray’s “Crown” on Wednesday.

The head of the young lady bunch sang the melody as well as flaunted a consummately arranged hit the dance floor with the group going shoeless. The video drew more than 3 million perspectives in a day and positioned No. 3 on YouTube’s overall moving graph.

The video is important for the gathering’s undertaking to archive the improvement of each musician. The initially fixated on Momo, and this is the second.

As the young lady bunch with the most music recordings with more than 100 million perspectives, the band has established a standard. The video for “Forward leap,” its fifth Japanese single, which turned out in July 2019, arrived at the achievement a week ago. It was the band’s seventeenth video to accomplish the accomplishment, and with it Twice outperformed UK threesome Little Mix, which has 16 recordings with more than 100 million perspectives.

The nonet is getting back with “Taste of Love” one month from now and in July will drop its third Japanese LP, “Wonderful World.”

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