Chinese boy band WayV to release first full-length album next month
Chinese boy band WayV, produced by Korea's SM Entertainment, will release its first full-length album next month.
"WayV will release its first full-length album 'Awaken The World' on June 9, featuring 10 songs of diverse genres and start its promotional schedules," the agency said.
WayV debuted with its digital EP "The Vision" in January last year, leaving a mark on the music scene with hits such as "Regular," "Take Off" and "Moonwalk."
With EP "Take Off," WayV became the first Chinese boy band to top iTunes Top Album Chart in 30 regions.
Preorders for "Awaken The World" began on Friday.
BY YOON SO-YEON [email@example.com]
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