(G)I-DLE Bring the "HEAT" with First English EP


Get ready to immerse yourself in the captivating world of (G)I-DLE's HEAT – their highly anticipated, first English EP. The project released on October 6 with the electrifying "I Want That" lead single’s music video leading the way. Listeners won't be able to resist the powerful beats and mesmerizing vocals that (G)I-DLE has in store. 

The EP also features the previously released track "I DO," which made its debut on the Billboard Pop Airplay Chart after its release in July. This marks the group’s second entry on the chart and is a testament to their continued success and draw with U.S. audiences. Collaborators on the EP include Ryan Tedder, Meghan Trainor, and Jon Bellion.


The convergence of 88rising, an Asian-focused music and media company, with Cube Entertainment, a renowned K-pop label and management agency, is no doubt a momentous collaboration. 88rising Executive Vice-President John Yang shared, “When we met the (G)-IDLE members, they were just so full of excitement and positivity, their energy is contagious, it’s something I haven’t experienced before and naturally, we just got really excited about what we could do together.”

When it comes to sheer versatility and collector's value, the physical HEAT offerings truly stand out, coming in a whopping 18 different packages, available across their official online store, and select retailers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Target, and Walmart. Each edition offers a unique visual and tactile experience with exclusives inside, making it a must-have for every (G)I-DLE aficionado. As a first ever by a K-Pop Girl group, HEAT is anticipated to be the biggest selling US album of their career.

Fans won’t want to miss out on the chance to own this extraordinary English EP by (G)I-DLE, as it promises to be a remarkable addition to your music collection. Mark your calendars for the release date and prepare yourself for an unforgettable musical journey with HEAT!

Ciera Reeves

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005 and writing about it since 2009. Her bias groups are VIXX and OnlyOneOf. She is a 2nd-3rd generation K-pop fan, but she is actively keeping up with the current artists. twitter instagram

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