Rush of K-Pop Comebacks in February, Who Will Top the Music Charts?
Numerous notable musicians will be making their comebacks in February after a rather slow month of releases in January. From idols to established soloists, they will all be competing for that number one spot on music charts throughout February.
Long-standing idol group Shinhwa will be returning in February with their full-length 12th album. They will be gearing up for their official comeback with the pre-release track “Memory,” which will be released on February 3. “Concept-idol” VIXX is scheduled to have a comeback, with Teen Top‘s vocalist Niel making his solo debut also this month. MYNAME, who have been more active in Japan in recent times, will be returning with their second mini album.
Project releases will add more spice to February’s roster, starting with Amoeba Culture‘s talented vocalists Zion.T and Crush, who released their collaborative project album “Young” today (February 2). R&B vocal group Brown Eyed Soul will be returning to their fans with a project album consisting of the members’ solo tracks. Member Naul will be starting their activities with his solo single, “You in the Same Time.”
Various girl groups will be having their much-awaited return to the music scene. 4Minute will be having their comeback with “Crazy,” while Dal Shabet, Rainbow, and Crayon Pop are scheduled for February comebacks as well.
Competition shows “I Am a Singer 3″ and “K-Pop Star 4” will continue to release digital singles from the programs throughout February.
Moreover, there will be surprise comebacks from various artists throughout the month, which will add onto the competition for the top spots on the music charts.