Brown Eyed Girls to hold comeback

Their representatives revealed that details have yet to be finalised and that they will make their return in May at the earliest 

Brown Eyed Girls to hold comeback

Photo: Nega Network

It’s been a long time coming for fans of the Brown Eyed Girls. Having debuted in 2006, this year will mark the 10th year for the group and they have confirmed their long-awaited comeback which coincides with their anniversary.

The Brown Eyed Girls were catapulted to greater levels of fame after the release of ‘Abracadabra’ in 2009, with its iconic hip-swaying choreography going on to feature strongly in PSY’s ‘Gentleman’ music video. Their subsequent studio album, Sixth Sense and its title track cemented their role as charismatic and powerful performers.

During their two-year absence from group activities, the Brown Eyed Girls have been focusing instead of individual activities, with member Ga In most recently unveiling her fifth mini-album, Hawwah, last month. Apart from solo activities, Miryo and Narsha teamed up to form sub-unit M&N and released their song ‘Tonight’ in 2013. Leader JeA released her first solo album in the same year and has been focusing her efforts on composing thereafter.

While a definite time frame has yet to be confirmed, representatives from their label Nega Network revealed that they will hold their comeback in May at the earliest but could postpone it to a later time depending on the circumstances.

Brown Eyed Girls last released their fifth studio album Black Box in July 2013 and a best-of album, Special Moments, in August 2014.

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