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iKON reschedules album release

  • Published : Oct 28, 2015 - 16:24
  • Updated : Oct 28, 2015 - 16:24

YG Entertainment rescheduled K-pop boy group iKON‘s album release on Wednesday.

The agency shared a poster titled “Re-scheduling Announcement” via its official blog. iKON will unveil two digital singles and music videos on Nov. 16 and release the album’s full track and additional music videos on Dec. 14.

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(YG Entertainment)

The septet originally was set to drop its album on Nov. 2.

“Due to chief Yang Hyun-suk’s order to produce a hit that will be superior to ‘My Type’ and to take time to make more than three music videos we had to change schedules,” said YG Entertainment.

The agency reportedly announced that an array of renowned producers and music video directors will take part in iKON’s new album. In order to show off new fashion senses of the members, the stylists were also replaced.

Rookie yet strong boy group iKON debuted in September with “My Type” followed by half-album “Welcome Back” in October. The band recently held its first concert at Olympic Park Gymnasium in Seoul, drawing about 13,000 fans along with a throng of media from Japan and China.

By Kim Yu-jin (kimyujin@heraldcorp.com)

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