Chungha signs with U.S. agency to kick off North American careerSinger Chungha signed a contract with ICM Partners to kick off her launch into the U.S. music scene, her agency MNH Entertainment said on Tuesday.
“Chungha recently signed a contract with ICM Partners, one of the three biggest entertainment agencies in America,” MNH said.
ICM Partners is an entertainment media agency that works with artists not only on music, but in television, film, publications and live shows across North America and Europe.
It partners with some of the biggest stars in the United States, including Nicki Minaj, Khalid, Samuel L. Jackson, Orlando Bloom and Megan Fox.
Chungha is signed to KAMP Global as her Asian agency.
She made her debut in 2016 through cable channel Mnet’s audition program “Produce 101” and as a member of the project band I.O.I.
She began her official solo career in 2017 with “Why Don’t You Know,” followed by other hits such as “Roller Coaster” (2018) and “Gotta Go” (2019).
By Yoon So-yeon
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