(G)I-DLE confirmed to release their second full-length album next year!

Eight months after their last album, (G)I-DLE is confirmed to release a new full-length album next year. 

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Various industry insiders reported that (G)I-DLE is having a comeback at the beginning of 2024. According to reports, the five-member girl group consisting of Miyeon, Minnie, Soyeon, Yuqi, and Shuhua from Cube Entertainment will be releasing their much-awaited second full-length album this coming January 2024. 

In response to the circulating comeback news, (G)I-DLE’s agency Cube Entertainment shared their official statement. 

According to Cube Entertainment, “(G)I-DLE is currently in the preparation stages for their upcoming comeback. They are aiming to release their new full-length album in January 2024. We will give you more information and updates soon.” 

Back in May 2023, (G)I-DLE released their sixth EP titled “I Feel.” The album’s title track was “Queencard” which easily became a hit not only to locals but also to International audiences. The song also took the number 1 spot on various music streaming platforms in Korea and globally. 

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Many are already excited about the upcoming comeback of (G)I-DLE and what concept the girls will do this time. 

The January comeback is much anticipated by (G)I-DLE fans Neverland because this will be their second full-length album since debut. Their first full-length was released back in March 2022 titled “I NEVER DIE.”

Aside from the upcoming comeback, many are also hopeful that (G)I-DLE will go on a world tour once again after releasing a new album just like what they did in 2023. 

(G)I-DLE is known as a hitmaker with them owning the popular songs "Latata,” "Tomboy," "Nxde,” “Queencard,” and more. 

Are you excited to see and hear the new album of Cube Entertainment’s Pride, (G)I-DLE?

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