A new female rapper is on the scene.
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8 Nov 2017 - 10:47 AM  UPDATED 8 Nov 2017 - 10:47 AM

She'll be familiar to audition program watchers, as Cube Entertainment’s newest artist Jeon So-yeon has already shown her talents on the first season of Produce 101, as well as Unpretty Rapstar.

So-yeon's debut song “Jelly” is as cute, playful and charismatic as the 19-year-old rapper herself. The music video is filled with fun, a cool dance break, and features agency colleagues Lai Kuan Lin from Produce 101 Season 2, and rap survival program Show Me The Money’s Jo Woo-chan.

“Jelly” was produced by Flow Blow, who also created Produce 101 Season 2’s “Never” and Wanna One’s “Energetic.” So-yeon took part in both composing and writing her debut song.

Super Junior returns in “Black Suit”(s).

In suave black suits and a title track named “Black Suit,” boy band Super Junior has come back with their 8th full-length album. It's their first in more than two years. The album is composed of ten easy-to-listen-to pop songs, with Super Junior’s cheerful and vibrant traits. The main track “Black Suit” is a minor dance pop song with a brass rhythm and restrained melody. It begins relatively simple and gradually turns powerful towards the end. Members Dong-hae and Eun-hyuk participated in the composition and lyrics of the new album.

The group will have its first stage performance on Thursday. Although currently only six members are part of the group’s new promotion activities, due to a number of absences because of military service and other reasons. Super Junior says the six members will get even closer, to fill the other members’ vacancies.

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