The group Brave Girls will be starting anew under the wing of Warner Music Korea.
On the 27th, Warner Music Korea announced that they have signed an exclusive contract with all members of Brave Girls (Min-young, Yoo-jung, Eun-ji, and Yuna).
After successfully topping the music charts with "Rollin" in February 2021, Brave Girls announced in February 2023 that their exclusive contract with Brave Entertainment had expired, leading to speculation of their disbandment. It was all the more regrettable considering that they were hailed as an "icon of hope" after spending a long time in obscurity.
However, Brave Girls have expressed their willingness to keep working, stating that "it is not a disbandment" and have continued their full activities after announcing that all members have signed an exclusive contract with Warner Music Korea. Warner Music Korea also stated that "we have worked closely with the members, with the top priority being their activities as a group" and that "we will provide full support for their activities."
As the name "Brave Girls" is derived from their former agency, the group is expected to change their name for their upcoming activities. Warner Music Korea explained that "we are currently discussing various options for the group's new name."
On the same day, Min-young also reported the news on her personal channel and said that "we are preparing to return in the upcoming summer of 2023. We will come back with better music and new appearances," expressing her aim to make a comeback this summer.
Furthermore, Min-young expressed her gratitude towards the fans who have been waiting for the news since the end of their last activity and to those who have been disappointed. She said, "Please look forward to and support our future moves with Warner Music. Let's meet as soon as possible."
Brave Girls debuted in 2011 as a group under Brave Entertainment, represented by producer Brave Brothers. The group underwent frequent member changes but sought a resurgence with their current members who joined in 2016. However, they spent three years and five months in obscurity until "Rollin'," released four years ago, became a sensation after going viral on YouTube in early 2021. They won the main prize trophy at the 31st Seoul Music Awards in January last year and were recognized for their achievement.
Brave Girls swept various music charts with "Rollin" and drew attention with "Just Drive," released in 2020, completing the "reverse driving myth." Since then, they have released "Chi Mat Ba Ram," "We Ride," and "Thank YOU," showcasing their various charms.
All eyes are now on Brave Girls as they embark on a new journey. Their collaboration with Warner Music Korea is expected to expand their fandom beyond Korea. Warner Music Korea has been promoting various collaborations between domestic and overseas artists such as Mamamoo Hwasa, pop star Dua Lipa, Chung Ha, Danish superstar Christopher, (G)I-DLE Minnie, and pop star Anne-Marie. It remains to be seen whether Brave Girls, who have overcome the "seven-year jinx of idols," will become a global artist.
Brave Girls Embark on a New Journey with a New Agency
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