Update: Block B’s Agency Gives Additional Statement Regarding Zico’s Contract Ending Soon
Updated September 18 KST:
Seven Seasons has given an additional statement in response to reports of Block B member Zico’s contract ending.
They stated, “Nothing has been decided as of now, and we are discussing everything from multiple angles, including renewal of his contract. We will make an announcement once the future direction has been finalized.”
Block B’s Zico may be parting ways with his current agency soon.
News reports on September 18 claimed that Zico’s contract with Block B’s agency Seven Seasons will end in November, and he has caught the interest of other labels and crews. Zico reportedly expressed that he wishes to try managing himself instead, and already started to do so for his activities for the rest of the year after this month according to one reported source.
Zico is also said to have expressed that he will no longer be active as a Block B member once his current contract is up, according to these news reports. Block B’s most recent comeback was in January with their repackaged album “Re:MONTAGE,” which featured title track “Don’t Leave.”
A source from Seven Seasons commented, “As we are in discussion regarding the length of Zico’s contract, we have nothing to share at the moment.” They added, “We are currently adjusting his schedule until November as more cities could be added to his tour.”
Zico will soon be embarking on the Europe and U.S. legs of his solo world tour “King of the Zungle,” beginning with a concert in Madrid on September 26. He is also set to perform in North Korea for the upcoming inter-Korean summit on September 18-20.