Brown Eyed Girls set to release new album under Nega Network despite leaving agency
It’s official, the Brown Eyed Girls are currently free agents after leaving Nega Network following their recent contract expiration.
To be clear, the members whose contracts have expired at the end of August are JeA, Miryo, and Narsha while Ga In’s has been active under APOP Entertainment, a subsidiary company under Mystic Entertainment. For Brown Eyed Girls activities, she coordinated with Nega Network.
According to a music official insider, the three members have yet to chose a new agency in which to sign under and whether they will sign under the same agency remains questionable.
However, despite that they are no longer under contract with Nega Network, Brown Eyed Girls will be releasing an album at the end of September to beginning of October. It is unknown whether they will follow through broadcast activities as a group to promote it.
Brown Eyed Girls made their debut in 2006 and has released hits such as “L.O.V.E,” “Abracadabra,” “Sixth Sense,” and more.
Source: Sports Chosun and Star News