Multiple comebacks strike this week’s release round-up!

Reality TV formed boyband Stray Kids is back with the first album “Clé 1: Miroh” on March 25, with promotions centered on visiting fans all around Korea with locations in Busan, Daejeon, and Incheon prior to the release of the album.

Pentagon are finally back after the removal of member E’Dawn with their brand new EP “Genie:us”! Released on March 27, the EP consists of six new tracks with “Sha La La” serving as the promoted single.

The tropical house quartet KARD is back after last summer’s EP release with their exciting new single “Bomb Bomb”. Straying a little away from their typical sound first heard in their debut single, “Bomb Bomb” is an explosive banger that’s sure to light any Kpop dance party on fire!

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A little over two years and Block B sub-unit Bastarz have dropped “I’m a Mess” on March 28. The EP follows up to their 2016 release “Welcome 2 Bastarz”. With eight new tracks to bop to, B-Bomb and U-Kwon also include solo tracks while being heavily involved in the production of the album as well.

Check back next week for another Release Round-Up!

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