Kpop girl group Itzy shocked fans when they announced their return and first full-length album, “Crazy In Love”, on Twitter.
After the announcement, fans took to social media to express their excitement. “Itzy” was trending on Twitter.
They have been awarded several awards, including the “Rookie” award at the 2019 Asia Artist Awards and the Best New Female Artist at the 2019 Mnet Asia Music Awards. In addition, Discovery of the Year at the 2020 Seoul Music Awards was also given to the group.
ITZY album release date 2021
Itzy, a girl group from Germany, announced the release of their first album, Crazy in Love. It will also include the title track “Loco”.
ITZY album release date 2021 : The album will be available for purchase on September 24th at 12 AM EST and 1 PM KST.
Galactika, a producer duo well-known for their Synth-heavy instrumentals, wrote, composed and arranged the title track.
This is Itzy’s first full-length album. However, the girl group has previously released four EPs, called It’z Icy and It’z Me.
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ITZY Album release date announced 2021
Itzy, also known as ITZY in Korean, is a South Korean girl band formed by JYP Entertainment.
It consists of Yuna, Ryujin and Chaeryeong. The single album It’z Different, which was released on February 12, 2019, marked the debut of the group. It’z Different, their debut album, was released on February 12, 2019.
Chaeryeong, who failed to pass Fantagio’s auditions, participated in JYP Entertainment’s survival show Sixteen (2015). She was not part of the winning girl group Twice but she was cast by the company through K-pop Star 3 television.
Chaeryeong, who was the first Itzy member to join JYP, trained for five years. Ryujin was scouted at a Got7 concert and trained with JYP for four years prior to Itzy’s debut.
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Yuna and Yeji both joined JYP in 2015. They trained together for three years. Yuna was discovered by company staff, while Yeji had successfully auditioned. The final member Lia initially auditioned for SM Entertainment and passed but was forced to back out last minute due to a disagreement with her parents. Lia was able to pass the JYP auditions several years later and continued training for two years.