Brown Eyed Girls have joined forces with APOP Entertainment, originally Ga In’s managing agency, and are now preparing for an official comeback. It has been two years since the group came out with their last album “Black Box” in 2013.
“We are currently recording for a new album,” APOP Entertainment said. “We still need to do some fine tuning for the actual comeback dates. It will either be in October or November.”
Producer Jo Young Chul will be working with Brown Eyed Girls and fans are eager to see what synergy effect they will bring together. He has already worked on several of the group’s hit songs such as “How Come,” “Abracadabra,” and “Sixth Sense.”
Meanwhile, Ga In had mentioned the group’s comeback while going solo in March, saying, “Once I’m done with the solo album, I’ll immediately go into preparing for Brown Eyed Girls’s comeback. I’m not sure when our comeback album will come out. There’s a lot of pressure to make good music, so we spend a lot of time on making even just one song. We’ll be focusing on the quality rather than timeliness.”