Get your gears giddied up, K-pop stans, as Hallyu is once again bound to give birth to more promising stars this year. BabyMonster, the much-awaited new girl group, will make its debut this November under the record label of YG Entertainment.
The South Korean group, with members Ahyeon, Ruka, Chiquita, Haram, Pharita, Rora, and Asa, come from multinational races like Japanese and Thai with ages ranging from 14 to 21 years old.
“To come up with the best output, we have been extra cautious about the lead track,” YG Entertainment said in a press release on Tuesday, Oct. 10, apologizing for the delay of the group's debut.
The launch, which was supposedly scheduled last September, is said to be exhibiting a lead track that will feature a “powerful mood,” resembling the previously posted teaser performances of the girls.
“All preparations have been completed, and when the girl group officially debuts in November, we plan on relentlessly marching forward at full speed, so please look forward [to BabyMonster],” the entertainment company said.
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The girl group, which is also referred to as Baemon, is practicing their lead track’s choreography for shooting in late October. Their talents for singing, dancing, and rapping are also honed through years of training under YG Entertainment.
They have been teased and disclosed on all social media platforms and already garnering views and followers from fans in the waiting line.
BabyMonster is YG Entertainment’s first girl group in seven years, following BLACKPINK’s debut in 2016. Some of the notable and successful groups under the agency are 2NE1, BigBang, and iKON.