(Credit: Belift Lab)

Enhypen will kick off its international tour with a concert in Seoul in mid-September, according to a local media report on Tuesday. The group will also have dates in the United States and Japan.

The Belift Lab agency confirmed the news.

This will be the group’s first international tour, which began in November 2020. The seven members formed the group through a reality TV show, “I-Land”.

On Monday, his agency released the tracklist for the third EP, “Manifesto: Day 1.” The EP will consist of six tracks, including lead single “Future Perfect (Pass the Mic),” produced by Hybe’s chief producer, Bang Si-hyuk. It will be released on July 4.

The band’s previous album was ‘Dimension: Answer’, a repackaging of the full debut album ‘Dimension: Dilemma’. The debut LP sold a million and reached number 11 on the Billboard 200 when it was released in October last year. The repacking reached the chart at No. 14.

SF9 back with an 11th EP but without Rowoon

(Credit: FNC Entertainment)

(Credit: FNC Entertainment)

SF9 will be back with an 11th EP on July 13, FNC Entertainment announced on Tuesday.

The EP is called “The Wave OF9” and will be accompanied by a summer song, “Scream”.

It’s been about eight months since the previous EP “Rumination”.

Three members will be absent, however, as Inseong and Youngbin enlisted in March to serve in the mandatory army while Rowoon was busy filming the Netflix series “Tomorrow.” He left for Manila, Philippines last week for his solo fan meeting.

The trailer for the EP uploaded last week featured all three. In the video, two left for a research lab in Copenhagen, and the latter remained in Seoul for a rescue operation. The other six, he showed, will work as undercover agents for the OF9 project.

The nine-member act debuted in October 2016.

SHINee’s Onew Adds Dates To Japan Solo Tour

(Credit: SM Entertainment)

(Credit: SM Entertainment)

SHINee’s Onew has added two concerts to his first solo tour in Japan, record label SM Entertainment announced on Tuesday.

He will perform at Tokyo’s Yoyogi Stadium on September 10 and 11, extending the “Life Goes On” tour to a total of eight shows. The tour will kick off on July 8 in Tokyo and will also bring the veteran idol to Osaka, Nagoya and Fukuoka.

On July 6, her first full Japanese language album, “Life Goes On”, will be released. It will contain ten tracks: six new songs and four covers of Japanese hit songs, including “Everything” by Misia and “Kirakira” by Kazumasa Oda. The latter was dropped ahead of schedule in May, giving fans a taste of the LP.

Earlier this month, Onew released a digital album, “Who Sings? Flight. 1″, with cover versions of all four songs topping Oricon’s weekly digital album chart and Billboard Japan’s weekly album chart.

He left for Japan earlier this month.

Twice Addresses Fans In Japan On Its 5th Anniversary

(Credit: JYP Entertainment)

(Credit: JYP Entertainment)

Twice shared handwritten messages with his fans to mark the fifth anniversary of his Japan debut on Tuesday.

Jihyo thanked fans for giving the group many good memories over the past five years and wished they could continue to be together. Tzuyu said Once, the group’s official fandom community is the most important thing for the group.

“Let’s celebrate the fifth anniversary together,” Momo said referring to the title of Twice’s upcoming album. This is the nonet’s fourth studio album in Japan and is scheduled for release on July 27.

The girl group attracted an audience of around 150,000 with three concerts at Tokyo Dome in April. And “#Twice4”, his fourth compilation album, released in March, swept all major charts in Japan.

By Hwang You-mee
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