Bad news for 4NIAs around the globe: 4minute's impending comeback has been delayed yet again. The pop quintet's album, which was originally scheduled for January then pushed to March, has been rescheduled yet again for April, according to a recent statement from CUBE Entertainment.
According to the report, 4minute's comeback is now set for mid-April. While the title track has been selected, the agency is currently focusing on the other tracks of the album and devoting their energy and time in the second half of the production.
"Even prior to deciding on the title track, we were accepting many songs. While using the experience we've gained from previous promotions as a base, we are still taking a shot at other genres." The group is experimenting with new approaches to music and performance to exude a new feeling.
"In order to let fans who've waited for so long to hear the top music, we've taken a longer time to prepare the new album," the official concluded. "However, you will be able to see all five members of 4minute standing together in April."
Source: Star News via Nate