Brave Girls Sign with Warner Music Korea


Brave Girls performing at Korea Gayoje in New York City
Cr. Sarah P.

Brave Girls (Minyoung, Yujeong, Eunji, Yuna) are now officially signed with Warner Music Korea.

In February 2023, the four members ended their contract with their label, Brave Entertainment, and sparked speculation about the group’s potential disbandment. According to Warner Music Korea, “The four artists have decided to stay together to continue their journey as a group. We are very excited to support the next phase of their career.”

Regarding the official name of the group, the label says “We are having open discussions.”

Debuted in 2011, Brave Girls has been one of the most active female groups in the K-Pop scene. Their 2017 single, “Rollin’,” found mainstream success in 2021 when a compilation video of the performance went viral online and catapulted the song to No. 1 on multiple music charts. Last summer, the quartet embarked on their first cross-country tour in the United States and performed in front of countless of their fans, called Fearless.

Warner Music Korea has actively been working on various Korean music projects with artists such as GOT7, AB6IX, SHAUN, BLOO, oceanfromtheblue, and most recently FIFTY FIFTY. Along with being responsible for breaking out international acts like Dua Lipa, Christopher, and Anne-Marie in Korea, the label has become a hub for producing global projects and collaborations including Anne-Marie and (G)I-DLE‘s Minnie‘s “Expectations” and CHUNG HA and Christopher’s “When I Get Old.”

Stay tuned for Brave Girls’ future projects!


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