Rain Preparing to Transfer Ownership of Band Ciipher to Another Agency

Rain Preparing to Transfer Ownership: Ciipher is a boy band from South Korea that was formed by Rain, a popular artist from South Korea, and his label, R.A.I.N. Company. Tan, Hwi, Hyunbin, Keita, Tag, Dohwan, and Won make up the rest of the crew.

The band’s first release, an EP titled I Like You, was released on March 15, 2021. The band has spent the last three years practising for their first public performance. Choosing the first group to be signed under his R.A.I.N. label, Rain stated, “There were many moving parts in the creation of Ciipher, but after meeting these youngsters, I felt confident placing my wager on them.

Rain Preparing to Transfer Ownership
Rain Preparing to Transfer Ownership

Everything I had and made, not simply my time and abilities. Regardless of the group’s success, I don’t think I’ll ever regret doing what I did. This is indicative of how gifted and polite they are “. Many of the group’s current members cut their teeth on reality shows or at other large labels before joining.

Tan, formerly known by his given name Choi Seok-won, appeared on the Mnet reality show No. Mercy in December of 2014. However, in 2015, he was cut off the roster of the popular Korean boy band Monsta X. Former Treasure Box competitors Keita and Dohwan were left out of YG’s debut group.

Under his given name, Park Sung-won, Won competed in the reality show Under Nineteen. In making the top ten, he earned a spot in the starting lineup for the first time. Won’s debut with 1the9 was on April 13, 2019, and the group will formally break up on August 8, 2020.

As a former Starship Entertainment participant, Hyunbin was ousted from Produce X 101 after Episode 8 and ultimately placed 32nd.

Rain Preparing to Transfer Ownership

On November 28th, it was reported exclusively by a media site that singer/actor Rain had opted to sell the management rights to his boy band Ciipher to a different firm. As the fourth generation of Rain’s K-Pop boy groups, Ciipher first debuted in March of 2021 under the Rain Company banner.

However, about a year and eight months after the group’s debut, Rain has decided that Ciipher would be better off under the management of more experienced individuals. When it comes to producing the group, Rain will remain devoted to Ciipher. In the meantime, Rain’s wife Kim Tae Hee made a cameo appearance in Ciipher’s “I Like You” debut MV in March of last year.

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