Brave Girls Sign Contract with Warner Music Korea, New Name Under Discussion

Ciera Reeves

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Good news for Brave Girls fans! All four members have signed an exclusive contract with Warner Music Korea and will continue as a group. 

Warner Music Korea announced on April 27 that they signed an exclusive contract with Brave Girls' Minyoung, Yoojung, Eunji and Yuna

Warner Music Korea said, "We worked together with the members with the top priority on activities as a whole." "We will provide full support for our activities," he said. In addition, the team name announced the start of the second act of the Brave Girls, saying, "We are discussing it from various angles." Brave Girls, who debuted in 2011, has been active with various albums such as "Deepened," "HIGH HELLS," "Yoo-Hoo, "and "We Ride," among which "Rollin" released in 2017 succeeded in reversing in 2021 and reigned as a new "Summer Queens."

After the chart reversal success of "Rollin'" the group appeared on Queendom 2, and released songs "Chi Mat Ba Ram", "After We Ride", and "Thank You," showing various charms. 

The newly signed full contract with Warner Music Korea is expected to be good news for global fans at a time when Brave Girls, who had been active as an "icon of hope," stopped working for a while since the expiration of their exclusive contract in February.

Warner Music Korea is a comprehensive music entertainment company that aims to distribute pop, export K-pop, and foster global artists. Recently, K-pop artists have collaborated with overseas artists by collaborating with Mamamoo's Hwasa, pop star Dua Lipa, Chung Ha, Danish superstar Christopher, and (G)I-DLE Minnie.

Brave Girls will continue their full activities with the full support of Warner Music Korea.


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