• October 18, 2018
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(G)I-DLE are on the rise

Rookie group debuted on Billboards’ Social 50 chart at No 36 for the first week of June

Samar Khouri, Special to tabloid!
16:52 June 9, 2018
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Following their debut showcase with the Moombahton Trap single Latata in May, Cube Entertainment’s newest girl group (G)I-DLE has already garnered a fan following online and an increasing interest in their music, leading them to also enter international music charts.

The six-piece multinational group’s album entered Billboard’s World Album chart for three weeks in a row with their first EP I Am, while debut track, Latata, climbed Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales and iTunes K-Pop chart in 11 countries.

(G)I-DLE may have a long way to go, but they’re already proving to be the next ‘it’ K-Pop girl group in the competitive music industry.