At the way they're going, PRISTIN could be as big as their role models!
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5 Apr 2017 - 12:39 PM  UPDATED 5 Apr 2017 - 12:44 PM

Rookie group PRISTIN have wowed fans with their charisma and unique concept with their debut a few weeks ago, and now the girls have shed some light on who were their inspirations.

In a new interview, member Rena says that the group looked up to Girls' Generation because they have a great variety of formations and unique dance choreography, something PRISTIN are still learning to do.

It's not just older K-pop groups that have inspired PRISTIN as the girls have also named TWICE as one of the their role models, saying that their onstage charisma and fresh charms are something they hope to learn from.

Finally, PRISTIN also gave props to their labelmate After School, saying that the group's B-side track "Black Widow" was created with After School's performance style in mind.

With so many great groups influencing them, we're looking forward to what PRISTIN do next!


 

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