Can't wait to see what music projects the former SISTAR leader will release!
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14 Nov 2017 - 11:03 AM  UPDATED 14 Nov 2017 - 11:03 AM

Ever since SISTAR broke up a few months ago and Hyorin decided to leave Starship Entertainment, we've been wondering what is next for the singer now that she is a free agent. After keeping her cards close to her chest for months, we have an answer - Hyorin is now the boss of her own entertainment company!

In a series of new Instagram posts, the former SISTAR leader officially announced her very own entertainment company called Bridge (stylised as Brid3). According to an official statement from Bridge, Hyorin decided to create her own label after much contemplation and decided to name it Bridge based on how each song has a bridge that connects to the climax.

By creating her own company, she hopes to make music with a diverse range of directors from different fields. Furthermore, Hyorin will not be the only artist for Bridge as she aims to have the label house artists in video making, choreography, composing, and producing.

You go, Hyorin! Super excited to see what she releases under her new label!


 

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