2022 - Present




2022 - Present




Nominations received at the 38th Golden Disc Awards

✨Album of the Year with "expérgo"

Girl group NMIXX (pronounced n mix) debuted on Feb. 22, 2022, with its first EP, "Ad Mare," and lead track "O.O" under JYP Entertainment.

NMIXX consists of Haewon, Lily, Sullyoon, Bae, Jiwoo and Kyujin. Former member Jinni, who was part of the original debut lineup, left the group on Dec. 9, 2022, citing personal reasons.

The group is known for its eccentric music style, which merges multiple segments of different genres within a song, as heard in "O.O" and "Dice" (2022). Although the style is often described as cryptic, NMIXX's debut EP "Ad Mare" sold over 220,000 physical CD copies in the first week of release, setting a new record for a debuting K-pop girl group at the time.

According to JYP Entertainment, the letter "N" in the name stands for now, new, next, and the natural number n. "Mixx" symbolizes a combination of all the different meanings of "n" to create a new result.

The group also presents a fictional worldview, which centers around an ideal world dubbed Mixxtopia and the members' journey to reach it while fighting off enemies who try to obstruct their adventure.

The group's fandom is named NSWER, pronounced "answer."

NMIXX received the Favorite New Artist Award at the 2022 Mnet Asian Music Awards and the New Wave and the Best Emotive Awards at the 2022 Asia Artist Awards.

What is MIXXPOP?

Mixxpop is a new genre that the girl group coined themselves back when it debuted in 2022 which bases on the idea of mixing two or more genres into one track.

NMIXX's tracks such as "O.O," "DICE" (2022) and "Young Dumb Stupid" (2023), which combined pop and hip-hop track with the popular French nursery rhyme “Frère Jacques.” are considered "big MIXXPOP," songs that feature more aggressive genre changes.

MIXXPOP songs, especially "big MIXXPOP" songs have received mixed reviews from critics and the general public due to its eccentric music structures, while its 2023 songs "Love Me Like This" and "Party O'Clock" feature a more calmed-down, less aggressive genre changes to appeal more to the general public.

“Lead track 'Love Me Like This,' while distinctly Nmixx, is a more laid-back approach to the 'mixxpop' genre so it can be more easily approached by the general public. 'Young, Dumb, Stupid' on the other hand, is a full-on mix-pop track,” said member Lily during a showcase in March 2023.

Is NMIXX giving up MIXXPOP?

No. Members of NMIXX made it clear multiple times that the group plans to continue its MIXXPOP genre of songs.

“Ever since our debut, we tried hard to pull off Mixxpop,” Haewon said during a showcase in July 2023. “While ‘Party O’Clock’ doesn’t feature any major genre changes, it features variations within the song, and that’s part of our strong will to continue Mixxpop. It’s definitely a song that mixes our charms.”

How was the debut for NMIXX?

The group debuted under the K-pop powerhouse JYP Entertainment – known for producing star girl groups like Wonder Girls, Twice and ITZY – which raised expectations for NMIXX.

Before its debut, JYP launched in July 2021 a limited-edition "blind package" of the group's debut EP, which garnered over 60,000 pre-orders before any information on the group name or members were revealed.

This proved how much an entertainment company's name value means in the K-pop industry, leading fans to spend money on a group that hasn't even been put together, all because they trust that JYP Entertainment will release a high-quality group.

Is NMIXX a permanent group?

Yes. NMIXX is a permanent group. Because of the unorthodox marketing method that JYP Entertainment went with before the group's debut, some people thought that NMIXX was a project band. But JYP Entertainment established the SQU4D, or a fourth artist management unit, within the company, especially for the band. (2022.09.09)

Is NMIXX a Korean group?

Yes. Only one member — Lily — is a Korean Australian born in Australia. The rest of the members — Haewon, Sullyoon, Jinni, Bae, Jiwoo and Kyujin — are Korean.

Some people confuse NMIXX with NiziU, a Japanese group also debuted under JYP Entertainment in December 2020. (2022.09.09)

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