When is Brave Girls making a comeback? Brave Brothers takes advice from fans, teases K-pop band's new music
'Please look forward to fun new music that anyone can sing and dance to,' K-pop idol and Brave Girls' producer Brave Brothers said
Their name has been making several headlines as of late, and it looks like Brave Girls fans can look forward to new music. Brave Girls is a South Korean girl group formed by producer Brave Brothers in 2011 and managed by Brave Entertainment. The group debuted with the single album 'The Difference' on 7 April 2011, and has since released four mini-albums, including 'Back to da Future' (2011), 'Re-Issue' (2012), 'High Heels' (2016), 'and Rollin'' (2017). The group's current members include Minyoung, Yoojung, Eunji, and Yuna, who are all 2nd generation Brave Girls members. The original five-member team has all disbanded since the group's debut.
Brave Girls gained a sudden surge in popularity this year after their song 'Rollin'' unexpectedly went viral. The track is currently dominating all the major Korean music charts, 4 years after its release. Brave Brothers, a South Korean idol in his own right, spoke of the phenomenal resurgence while owing the cause of its recent popularity to fans. "It was such an electric experience," he said, noting, "All of this was only possible due to the fans."
According to Allkpop, the producer was asked about his experience working with Brave Girls. "All of the members of Brave Girls have tenacity, and they are all really good kids," he expressed. "I've always believed in them."
When is Brave Girls making the comeback?
Meanwhile, fans will likely be ecstatic to know that new music by Brave Girls has been confirmed. According to reports, Brave Brothers is already cooking up a new song in the studio and has realized that gathering fan feedback and suggestions is a critical method to keep producing popular songs. In light of the Brave Girls comeback song, the producer said, "This is undoubtedly an opportunity made possible due to the love of fans and the public."
He continued, "Because of that, I would like to take into consideration the advice and suggestions of Brave Girls' fans as much as possible from now on. Because the Brave Girls are receiving so much love from the public, I want to make sure that their music from here on reflects the public's preferences." In conclusion, Brave Brothers promised some upcoming bangers that many will enjoy: "Please look forward to fun new music that anyone can sing and dance to."