Could this be the first teaser for WINNER‘s long-awaited comeback? Or is there a new group debuting under YG Entertainment soon?
Without any reason or explanation, South Korean entertainment powerhouse YG Entertainment recently dropped a mysterious “Who’s Next” poster via their official Facebook page.
Of course, if you have been following them closely enough, the “Who’s Next” poster is part of their marketing strategies to tease fans about their artistes’ comebacks or debuts.
2NE1‘s leader CL, who made her solo debut with “The Baddest Female” last year, was the first artiste to be featured in the “Who’s Next” series. It was then followed by other YG artistes’ comebacks including Akdong Musician, Epik High, and BIGBANG‘s Taeyang. A new sub-unit duo Hi Suhyun, made up of Lee Hi and Suhyun from Akdong Musician, also made their debut under the “Who’s Next” series. BIGBANG leader G-Dragon and Taeyang also collaborated for their hit single, “Good Boy”.
It’s hard to tell whose comeback or debut that YG Entertainment is hinting at, but one good guess would be WINNER’s comeback.
Earlier last month, it was reported that the idol boy group is gearing up to make a comeback this month. They were said to have filmed their new music videos in Stockholm, Sweden for their highly anticipated comeback.
Soompi reported that they’ve recently wrapped up production on the music video and will be promoting double title tracks from their upcoming album. While it’s not verified, the songs that they will be promoting are called “BABY BABY BABY” and “Sentimental”.
WINNER’s label mate iKON is also expected to release 2 new tracks on 16th November, followed by a full album on 14th December. Together, both boy groups will invade the South Korean entertainment scene with their respective music styles.
Meanwhile, PSY announced that he will be returning with a new album on 1st December.
Do you think the date shown in the “Who’s Next” poster is WINNER’s comeback date? If it’s true, the next 2 months are going to be awesome!
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