Female soloist Fat Cat signs 500 million won contract with Japanese record company
Female soloist Fat Cat (22; Kim Soyoung) will be the next Korean artist to make their way to Japan.
According to Fat Cat's management agency in Korea, Yuri Entertainment, Fat Cat recently signed an exclusive contract with the Japanese record company JVC and management/productions company Rainbow Entertainment.
The 3-year contract is worth 500 million won and will also cover her living expenses in Japan.
A representative from Rainbow Entertainment said, "Fat Cat is very talented in various ways including musically, as well as fashionably. She'll not only take the stage in Japan, but we have plans to take her globally as well."
Fat Cat made her debut last year with the single "I Love A Bad Boy" after making a name for herself as "Defconn Girl," in which she gained after being the mysterious female vocalist for Defconn's stages "How To Leave A Rapper Part 2." She made her comeback earlier this year with the digital single "Like A Dream," but had to suspend activities after being diagnosed with idiopathic edema.
After being treated for months and finally regaining her health, Fat Cat is scheduled to set off to Japan on October 31st to prepare her debut there. She is also scheduled to make a comeback to Korea before the end of the year.