JWiiver Officially Debuts with first EP Album "Jtrap"

JWiiver Officially Debuts with first EP Album "Jtrap"

 


On February 17, Starweave Entertainment's rookie boy group JWiiver made its debut with its first EP Jtrap

 

JWiiver is a seven-member multinational band consisting of Roshin, GabinK, Ryujei, Raots, Shita, Rihan, and JuKang. Shita is from Macau, fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean and English,  Raots from China, additionally, Roshin is fluent in Japanese. 

 

Many of the members have made on-screen appearances through popular audition programs. Ryujei in “Boys24” (2016), GabinK on hip-hop audition program “Show Me The Money 777” (2018), Shita in “Produce X 101” (2019), and Roshin on “To Be World Class” (2019). 

 


The EP consists of 4 songs, "Jtrap", "Made for You", "My Destiny", and "Blue Fire". The band’s title track “Jtrap” is in the urban hip-hop genre. JWiiver's leaser Rihan collaborated with famous Japanese choreographer Marimo Kanno to create the choreography for ''trap". The second title track "Made for You" was written by Candace Sosa, known for participating in albums for BTS and TWICE and produced by Alawn who has worked on albums by Baekhyun, Monsta X and more. 


Check out the Music Video to "Jtrap" here. 




The group has proceeded with performing on weekly music shows with their debut on MCountdown




Listen to "Jtrap" on Apple Music 



Follow JWiiver 


INSTAGRAM : http://instagram.com/jwiiver__official

FACEBOOK : http://facebook.com/JWiiver

YOUTUBE : https://bit.ly/3GwVZv7

TWITTER : https://twitter.com/jwiiverofficial


Keep following @KpopWise for more news about JWiiver! 

Ciera Starlight

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005. She co-founded the international music website TuneN2IM in May 2009, an outlet for artists all over the globe to promote their works, including interviews with various Korean singers, songwriters and producers. She has been a contributor to various Asian media websites. Her bias group is VIXX.She is largely a 2nd-3rd generation Kpop fan, however she is actively keeping up on the current acts. twitter

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