Boy band ZeroBaseOne to release first Japanese single 'yurayura -unmeinohana-'
Boy band ZeroBaseOne will drop its Japanese debut single “yurayura -unmeinohana-" on March 20, its agency WakeOne said Tuesday.
The single will have two B-side tracks, which are the Japanese versions of previously released tracks, “In Bloom” and “Crush.”
The band is also slated to hold a fan meet and greet in Japan following its Japanese debut, the agency said.
ZeroBaseOne has already gained impressive popularity in Japan before its official Japanese debut, according to Wakeone, as the band's first EP “Youth in the Shade” and second EP “Melting Point” both ranked high on Japan’s Oricon Albums chart.
“We are happy to be able to present our songs to the Japanese Ze-rose,” the band said in a press release, referring to the band's official fan club name. “We hope to showcase various performances” to the fans.
ZeroBaseOne — also known as ZB1 — is a project group formed through cable network Mnet's audition program "Boys Planet." The group has nine members: Zhang Hao, Sung Han-bin, Seok Matthew, Ricky, Park Gun-wook, Kim Tae-rae, Kim Gyu-vin, Kim Ji-woong and Han Yu-jin. The group will be active for two and a half years starting from their first release, which was July 10 this year.
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