It’s been a month since B.A.P returned to TS Entertainment, after a legal battle spanning nearly a year. All we can do is hope that previous issues were all resolved, and of course, wait for their next comeback!
When asked about when the boys may return with new music, TS Entertainment told Top Star News, “We’re looking at B.A.P’s comeback to be the end of this year or the beginning of next year.”
This will come as as great news for BABYs, who have been patiently waiting for an official music release from B.A.P since their last comeback which was last summer.
TS Entertainment also revealed their plans for their other artists. They said, “We’re looking at SONAMOO’s follow-up track promotions to be about 3 weeks. If the response is good, we’ll lengthen the period of promotions. After SONAMOO’s promotions, the baton will be passed to Untouchable‘s Sleepy or SECRET‘s Ji Eun.”
BABYs, are you excited?
Seoul Police arrested a 21-year-old man Kim (first name withheld) for fraud.
Kim posted on internet second-hand trading websites from the period of February 2013 to August 2015, pretending to have concert tickets for EXO and BIG BANG, although he did not actually have any. After having seen his posts, 838 people, mostly in their teens, contacted him to buy the tickets and sent him amounts ranging from 200,000 to 500,000 won (about 170-424 USD), later receiving a confirmation number. They were told that having the confirmation number will enable them to pick up the tickets. Many are said to have paid more than twice the original price of the tickets.
Big Bang′s E album from the ′MADE SERIES′ has sold more than a million digital copies on China′s biggest music site QQ Music.
As of August 28, E, which contains tracks Let′s Not Fall in Love and Zutter, has sold 1,003,363 copies on China′s QQ Music, following D, which also sold over a million copies.
According to QQ Music, Big Bang′s digital albums M, A, D and E from the ′MADE SERIES′ have sold a combined 3,407,198 copies. Big Bang has received an enthusiastic response from local fans with each release, and the group′s upcoming full-length album is expected to garner a similar response.