YG Entertainment KPop Supernova CL Solo To Be Released By November End?

By Mradula Mahajan | 1 year ago
YG Entertainment KPop Supernova CL Solo To Be Released By November End?
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YG Entertainment’s pop diva Chaelin Lee, who goes by famous stage name CL, is soon to make her solo comeback by November end. 2NE1 girl group member CL, labelled under YG Entertainment, will release and focus on solo before making a comeback with the 2NE1 band.

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YG Entertainment artists G-Dragon, Taeyang, CL and Sandara Park released on Instagram typewritten English alphabets, and the dramatic revelation came to existence. YG Entertainment finally released same form of typewriter-written CL alphabet, confirming CL’s return in solo!

#CL #HELLOBITCHES #20151121

A photo posted by YANG HYUN SUK (@fromyg) on

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YG Entertainment’s CEO, Yang Hyun Suk, informed AllKpop  that they are at first focusing on CL and after its solo promotions they will think of the return of 2NE1.

Fans are desperately waiting for 2NE1 return with new album but CL is a huge Kpop sensation. According to Korea Herald, “The release is rather unexpected as CL has been preparing for her solo debut in the U.S., signing a contract with Scooter Braun’s SB Projects. She also took part in Skrillex’s “Dirty Vibe” and Diplo’s “Doctor Pepper.”

CL’s upcoming single titled “Hello Bitches” will be released on Nov. 21 at 9:00 p.m. KST. CL is being welcomed in US with open arms with fans already taking notes of her fashion statements.

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According to Vogue, “CL never fails to make a statement with her wardrobe. Favoring hip-hop-influenced pieces and absurdist accessories, CL is equally at home in Scott’s eccentric, teddy bear–covered minidresses as she is in shredded jeans and a T-shirt, making for a look that is part streetwise girl-next-door, part larger-than-life rock star.”

CL’s US debut is the most anticipated and fans are worried that it would not get promoted in South Korea because of the language. According to Netizenbuzz, fans, “Seeing as how obscene the title is, I bet it’s an American single. She wouldn’t be able to promote in Korea with that title!”

Keeping in mind the language concern, “Hello Bitches” got re-titled from “Asian Bitches.”

Photo Source: Facebook/ 2NE1

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