Computer-generated influencer Rozy to make singing debut on Feb. 22
Computer-generated influencer Rozy, is set to make her debut as a K-pop star on Feb. 22, according to Sidus Studio X on Tuesday.
Her first EP is titled “Who Am I."
Behind the EP is producer Jeong Jae-won who has also produced for singer BOL4 or Bolbbalgan4.
“Rozy’s debut date on Feb. 22 symbolizes the artist as an eternal 22-year-old,” said Sidus Studio X in a statement.
Along with the announcement, which was posted on her official social media account, Rozy released teaser photos and a clip of her upcoming song.
Rozy, created by Sidus Studio X, is a virtual being created with a mix of over 800 faces of those considered to be favored by people in their teens and 20s.
She has already appeared in TV advertisements with Shinhan Life as the company's main model since July last year. The ad has garnered over 10 million views on YouTube.
With 110,000 followers on Instagram, Rozy has also dipped her toes into the fashion world, appearing in Vogue Korea in collaboration with Shudu, another computer generated social media personality created by British photographer Cameron James.
Virtual human influencer Reah Keem, otherwise known as Reah, also revealed last month that she will participate in the K-pop agency Mystic Story's “Virtual Human Musician Project" to make her debut as a singer.
A teaser for Reah’s music video was released on Jan. 4.
Reah Keem is a 23-year-old virtual being created by LG Electronics using artificial intelligence. She has been previously used by the company to announce its new products.
Reah was publicly showcased for the first time early last year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the world’s largest IT and home appliances exhibition.
She has some 140,000 followers on Instagram.
BY LEE JIAN [email@example.com,kr]