Koyote, who is consistently loved as the longest-standing co-ed group in South Korea, is set to return to the music sce...
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Koyote, who is consistently loved as the longest-standing co-ed group in South Korea, is set to return to the music scene.
On June 19, KYT Entertainment, the group's agency, said, "Koyote will make their comeback with the release of a retro dance trot titled 'Hitda Hit' on June 20."
'Hitda Hit' is a song that features retro sounds reminiscent of the roller rink in the 80s, and boosts listeners' excitement with exciting drum beats as well as synth sounds.
Koyote is a national co-ed (mixed) group debuted in 1998. Being the longest-running co-ed group in South Korea, they have produced numerous hit songs such as 'Genuine', 'Meeting', 'Emergency', 'Fact', 'Paran', and 'Shilyeon'. The legends will once again prove their influences through 'Hitda Hit', which combines Shin Ji's cool vocals, Kim Jong Min's witty vocals and Bbaek Ga's sensuous rap.
Koyote's 'Hitda Hit' will be released on various music sites at 6 PM KST on June 20.