JBJ are scheduled to disband around April when their limited 7-month contract comes to an end, but now it looks like the boys could be sticking around until the end of the year!
According to Naver, the various agencies of the group's six members are currently in discussions with Fave Entertainment and CJ E&M, who currently manage JBJ, to extend the group's contract until December.
This isn't a huge surprise considering how successful JBJ have been since their debut in October. Their first album, Fantasy, sold 134,000 copies, while their latest release, True Colors, is up to 95,000 copies (and counting).
On top of that, the boys also had a top twenty hit on the Gaon digital chart with "My Flower," and won first place on a music program.
Just yesterday, it was announced that Topp Dogg were re-branding as a new group called XENO-T without A-TOM, who is one of JBJ's most popular members. A-TOM not joining XENO-T could potentially mean that he's expecting JBJ's contract to be extended, although that's still speculation and nothing has been made official yet.
Do you hope JBJ can last longer?
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