Queen’s, the day you dread is inching nearer.
An insider from MBK Entertainment has confirmed that T-ara will be dropping their final album as a group on 1st June. In the same report, the insider also stated that the members do not intend to renew their contracts with the label.
The members’ contracts will be expiring on 15th May and their paths are unsure as of yet. There’s a possibility that they might sign with another label, but no official confirmation has been issued.
The album’s initial release date was set on 17th May, but had to be pushed to a later date. For their upcoming comeback, the idol girl group will be holding their album showcase on 31st May before releasing the album to the public. They are also planning to promote their track for around 2 to 3 weeks.
MBK Entertainment’s official statement reads:
“T-ara was planning to return on 17th May, but we have pushed it back to 1st June to put the finishing touches to the new album. They will return with a further improved album.”
Although T-ara made their debut in 2009, the group has only dropped 1 full studio album in Korea. However, they’ve had an illustrious career, which comprised of 8 extended plays, 6 repackaged albums, as well as countless other collaboration and promotional singles. Some of their hit songs include “Lie”, “Number Nine”, “Roly Poly”, and “Bo Beep Bo Beep”.