The KPop community was saddened when SM Entertainment’s co-CEO, Lee Song-soo, revealed that the band’s comeback was ruined by founder Lee Soo-Man’s greed and stubbornness. The founder, currently in controversy and under fire for his recent actions, caused the band’s delay by changing their planned return by trying to make them sing about trees, sustainability, greenism, and several things that don’t fit Aespa’s imagery. His actions reached the point of the members being in tears as their comeback was sabotaged and delayed altogether.
MYs can now breathe in relief as SM Entertainment announces that Aespa will release their first full-length album in April.
SM Entertainment released the “Music Line-up Preview” page that showed the plans for Aespa’s new music for April. The band will release a third episode, “Girls (Don’t you know I’m a Savage),” explaining their fictional universe, the metaverse, on Monday evening.
According to recent news, Aespa is also planning their first concert, “Synk: Hyperline,” on February 25 and 26 in Jamsil Arena in Seoul, and will be followed by concerts in Japan in March and April.
Source: Korea JoongAng Daily