First week of March (and last of February) and new solo projects have been debuted! Girl group (G)I-DLE have also made a comeback with their second mini-album.


The new mini-album by (G)i-dle, released on February 26, contains a total of five new tracks that includes the lead promoted single, “Señorita”, which was composed by member Soyeon, and Big Sancho, a hit-song producer for Cube Entertainment. Some of his previous works include “Crazy” – a complete smash for 4Minute alongside pieces for Hyuna’s solo work.

Rapper Sik-K has released his debut album featuring collaborations from Crush, Jessi, and The Quiett. To promote the release, the performer has announced a world tour, with current stops to include cities scattered across the United States and Australia. Sik-K, real name Kwon Min-sik, first rose to fame after making an appearance as a contestant on Show Me The Money.


Kang Min-kyung “1st Solo Album” EP:
Debuting in 2008 as part of duo Davichi, Min-kyung has finally dropped her debut extended play on February 27 after 11 years as a Kpop star. The title track “Because I Love You” is a ballad, with the promoted music video featuring the singer in the leading acting role of a couple, whose love soon breaks down by the end of the clip.


Ha Sung-woon “My Moment” – EP:
Currently a member of boyband Hotshot and former participant of the Wanna One project, Sung-woon has debuted his first mini album, with a total of five songs. The physical album of “My Moment” also comes in two versions: Daily and Dream.





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