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K-pop girl group 2NE1 is set to make their musical comeback later this month with their new album "Crush".
SEOUL: K-pop girl group 2NE1 is set to make their musical comeback with the online release of their second full-length album “Crush” on February 24, reported Korean media.
Yang Hyun-suk, the founder of 2NE1’s management agency YG Entertainment, said in a blog post Thursday that “Crush” differs greatly from the quartet’s first album, 2010’s “To Anyone”, which essentially collected their previous singles and only added a few new songs.
Unlike “To Anyone”, Yang said “Crush” will be “full of new songs”, and pointed out that three of them were created by 2NE1 leader CL, who may also release a solo album later this year.
The girl group is expected to perform some tracks from “Crush” at their March concerts in Seoul, which will mark the beginning of their world tour.
2NE1 had previously revealed that their concert tour will have stops in countries like China, Hong Kong, Thailand and Singapore.