Rookie girl group Weeekly has confirmed that they are gearing up for a comeback this March. They will release a new album.
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According to a news report on February 22, Weeekly will release a new album in March and begin their activities in earnest.
Weeekly debuted last year and is called a "Super Rookie" for their lively energy and bright and lovely charms. They are is loved by domestic and foreign fans after releasing the title tracks 'Tag Me' and 'Zig Zag', winning 6 rookie awards at ceremonies such as the '2020 MMA' ('Melon Music Awards') and the '2020 MAMA' ('Mnet Asian Music Awards').
Weeekly will release a new album in about 5 months and continue their "Super Rookie" promotion.
In particular, the title song of Weeekly's new album is expected to be worked on by "K-Pop hit maker" Ryan Jeon. Ryan showed explosive synergy through collaborations with female singers such as Oh My Girl, for the song 'Dolphin' and 'Child of the Forest', and IU, for the song 'Celebrity', which swept domestic and foreign music charts.
Attention is focusing on whether Weeekly will be able to continue their trend with the next album as they joinshands with Ryan Jeon.
Weeekly is in the midst of last-minute preparations for their new album to be released in March. Meanwhile, member Jihan has recently been selected as the new MC of SBS MTV's music show 'The Show' and is preparing for her first broadcast on March 2.