Rhythm Power finally drops album

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Rhythm Power finally drops album

Hip-hop trio Rhythm Power will release its first ever full-length album in the nine years since its debut, their agency Amoeba Culture said on Thursday.

Rhythm Power, comprised of members Boi B, Geegooin and Hangzoo, made their debut in 2010 and have released numerous tracks while pursuing individual careers as rappers.

They went by the name Bangsaneung - which means radioactive - during their first years, but changed it after the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

They were appointed honorary ambassadors for the City of Incheon in 2017, as all three members are from Incheon.

The upcoming album will be released on Monday at 6 p.m., according to their agency.

By Yoon So-yeon

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