(G)I-DLE, LATATA (English ver.) Released Today simultaneously worldwide
(G)I-DLE will release “LATATA (English Ver.)” at midnight (EST) worldwide simultaneously on May 15. LATATA is the title track of the (G)I-DLE
Group (G)I-DLE has released an English version of its debut song LATATA, making it a reality to make inroads into foreign
(G)I-DLE released LATATA (English Ver.) at midnight (EST) worldwide simultaneously on May 15.
LATATA is the title track of the (G)I-DLE debut album I am, released in May 2018, and is a mega hit that led to six rookie awards at various year-end ceremonies, including the top music show, 20 days after its debut.
In particular, leader Soyeon participated in writing and composing the lyrics and composing, and her performance is impressive with passionate beats, addictive chorus, and the charm of the six unique members.
LATATA (English Ver.), which will be released on May 15, will capture the hearts of global fans by adding English lyrics to familiar and exciting melodies that can be noticed at once.
With the release of its third mini-album I trust in April, G-DLE, which officially entered the U.S. by partnering with the U.S. Republic Records, is targeting the global market with LATATA (English Ver.).
With its third mini-album I trust, attention is focused on the performance of (G)I-DLE, which is proving its influence in the global market, as it has been praised for breaking the group’s own record, including the top iTunes top album charts in 61 regions around the world, the U.S. Billboard’s five chart rankings, and the Korean terrestrial music show Grand Slam.
Meanwhile, (G)I-DLE’s LATATA (English Ver.). will be released on music platforms worldwide at 1 p.m. on the 15th.
Interviews3 weeks ago
Interview: Every 24/7 will be pretty much different with Weeekly
Interviews4 weeks ago
Interview: OnlyOneOf captivated our senses with their own storytelling
Interviews2 weeks ago
Interview: Golden Child, Kicks Off 2021 with ‘Burn It’
Reviews4 weeks ago
Kim Woo Seok returns with his second album, ‘TASTY,’ which has a sweeter mood than his previous.