Who are Billlie? Label Mystic Story announces debut of their first girl group
Billlie will make their debut on November 10, 2021, with their first mini-album ‘The Billage of Perception: Chapter One’
As days go by, the number of new groups making a debut in the K-pop industry keep on increasing. The year 2021 welcomed many groups like NIK, Ciipher, Hot Issue, Kingdom, Mirae, Omega X, Purple Kiss, bugAboo among others. Now a new girl group has promised to make a lasting impression on fans with their debut towards the end of the year.
Mystic Story, a label that has four subsidiary management companies under it, has announced the debut of their new artist - a girl group named Billlie that will make their debut on November 10, 2021, with their first mini-album ‘The Billage of Perception: Chapter One’ (stylized as ‘the Billage of perception: chapter one’).
Billlie to make their debut
Billlie was formerly known as Mystic Rookies and was a 6-member pre-debut girl group under Mystic Story Entertainment (a subsidiary label of SM Entertainment). The group's current lineup consists of Moon Sua, Suhyun, Haram, Tsuki, Siyoon, and Haruna. Billie will be the first girl group managed by the label, and they have announced a colorful and memorable performance with a teaser for the title song ‘Ring X Ring’.
In the teaser of the song, each member of Billlie is seen individually at first followed by a performance from the entire group that is eye-catching and engaging. The members perform in high-level synergy as they present a choreography under splendid lighting while leaving fans dreamy-eyed and eager for their debut.
Billlie foretold their polar opposite charms with dazzling visuals with the concept photos of their upcoming album. The group is making its debut with a mini-album which is quite unusual for a K-pop group. Usually, K-pop group members make their debut with singles and then come out with a six-track album for their debut.
The six-member group consists of members who have all been around in the K-pop world. Moon Sua of the group is the sister of Astro’s Moonbin and has been a YG Entertainment trainee for the last ten years, leaving the label in 2019. Suhyun was last seen as a contestant of Produce 101’s Season 1. She was also seen in the web drama ‘A-teen’.
Haram from Billlie won SM Entertainments ‘Everysing’ contest while Tsuki was also a former trainee under SM Entertainment. With the song ‘Ring X Ring’, the girls tell a story that is situated in mysterious surroundings dealing with the aftermath of what happened in a village. For this album, Billlie has worked with composer Lee Min-soo and lyricist Kim Ina.