After Seven-year Absence, Kara Will Release Special Album. YONHAP, 29 November, Seoul — The K-pop girl group KARA, who achieved massive success in South Korea and Japan, will return with a new album on Tuesday, the group’s management announced.
The special record, “Move Again,” will hit music services at 6 p.m., RBW stated. It is KARA’s first whole-group project since May 2015, when its seventh EP “In Love” was out. Gyuri, Seungyeon, and Youngji, as well as Nicole and Jiyoung, who departed the group in 2014, will participate in “Move Again.”
Debuting in 2007, the group had been one of the top second-generation K-pop girl groups, along with Girls’ Generation, with big songs such as “Pretty Girl,” “Mister,” “Honey” and “Lupin,” before effectively being disbanded in January 2016.
When “Mister” became a smash in Japan, it too quickly gained a considerable fanbase there. The agency claims that the band recorded the album to celebrate its 15th anniversary and show appreciation to its loyal following.
To create a work that is unique “KARA,” it was stated that “all members engaged in songwriting and album production.” Four tracks, including the lead single “When I Move,” will be included on the upcoming album.
These include “Happy Hour,” “Shout It Out,” and “Oxygen.” The song “When I Move” has a catchy beat and powerful vocals of the band members. Jiyoung collaborated on the song’s authorship and composition, while Nicole penned the lyrics in Korean.
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On Tuesday night in Osaka, Japan, the band will perform the song live for the first time at the 2022 MAMA Awards, a year-end music awards ceremony broadcast by Japanese cable channel Mnet.
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