Day6 dropped the music video of their comeback song “Zombie.” The song is composed by Jae and Hong Ji Sang, while the lyrics were written by Young K and Wonpil.
Meanwhile, rookie group CRAVITY officially announced their fandom name during their V live broadcast. Starting today, they will call their fans “Luvity.”
YG Entertainment rookie group “Treasure” finally announced their debut date, which will happen on July. The agency promised to fans that they will announce the exact date and other information soon.
Astro earned their first win for their recent comeback song “Knock” on MBC Music Show Champion where NCT Dream’s “Ridin”, IU’s “Eight” (ft. BTS’s Suga), OHMYGIRL’s “Nonstop” and Taeyeon’s “Happy” as their rivals.
In celebration of Monsta X’s 5th year anniversary, the group surprised their fans with a music video for their song “Monsta Truck”.
In today’s episode of KBS’s “Music Bank,” OHMYGIRL’s “Nonstop” bagged its 8th win by winning no.1 on the show. The girls got 5,922 points while their rival Astro got 5,747 points.
On the same day, Momoland’s agency confirmed the group’s comeback in early June. MLD Entertainment explained that the release date has not been decided, but the girls already finished filming their music video.
Also, Marie Claire Korea’s Youtube channel posted a video of Blackpink’s Jennie introducing “Jentle Home.” It was a pop-up store made by the eyeglass brand Gentle Monster with a collaboration with Jennie.
IU posted on her official twitter account an acoustic version of her newest released song “Eight,” which originally featured Suga of BTS. She revealed that the acoustic version was a celebration for her birthday as well as by achieving 3 million subscribers on Youtube.
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