Brave Girls will be back on music shows to perform her 2017 song âRollinâ after the song went viral earlier this month.
On March 5, their agency Brave Entertainment confirmed that the group will be promoting the song four years after its release due to fan demand. “In response to fan requests, Brave Girls is currently preparing to take the stage at musical performances, and their preparations are in full swing,” the agency said, according to Soompi.
The members are also expected to appear on radio shows and entertainment programs starting next week, according to South Korean media. Hankyung.
Earlier this month, âRollinâ earned Brave Girls their first number one song of their career on the South Korean streaming service Bugs !. The song also ranked very well on Kakao M’s MelOn and the FLO streaming platform, surpassing some of current K-pop’s top hits, such as IU’s “Celebrity” and “Don’t Call Me. “from SHINee.
Brave Girls debuted under Brave Entertainment as a five-member group with the single ‘The Difference’ on April 7, 2011. The group enjoyed initial success with their first releases such as’ Do You Know ‘and’ For You. ‘. However, they experienced a 2.5 year hiatus in 2014.
After several roster changes, the current lineup of Brave Girls consists of members Minyoung, Yujeong, Mina and Yuna. Their most recent comeback was August 14, 2020, with the single “We Ride”.