Following weeks of speculation regarding BEAST's future, it is reported that the group will now be establishing their own company.
29 Nov 2016 - 11:58 AM  UPDATED 29 Nov 2016 - 11:58 AM

With the group's contract with Cube Entertainment at an end and various rumours going around about what they will do next, there has been a bit of doubt regarding the future of BEAST in recent weeks. But if a new report is to be believed, it appears that BEAST will continue on - albeit in a different guise.

According to the new report, after remaining independent for over a month and with negotiations with Cube have stalled, BEAST will reportedly be establishing their own company. Sources say that the group will pursue their own activities as originally planned and that BEAST will inform fans on what is going on once everything is officially finalised. While there were a number of rumours regarding external investment companies and a number of offers from Cube, including re-signing on a subsidiary label, delays have reportedly contributed to BEAST's decision to remain independent. 

It is also reported that BEAST will likely be unable to use the name "BEAST" or perform their past hits due to rights issues with Cube, but the group reportedly are well aware of all this and are still going through their plan of remaining independent.

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