Open World Entertainment's 'The Boss' new album release cancelled
Idol group The Boss, housed under Open World Entertainment, has decided to cancel their new album release due to their CEO's recent scandal.
The Boss planned on releasing their first full-length album in Korea on April 17th, but because of the recent developments, all activities and promotions within the label have come to a halt, and The Boss' new album release has unfortunately been cancelled.
The Boss debuted back in 2010, however after having limited success in Korea, they crossed over to Japan and released their fifth single "Jumping" last March. The single climbed up to #3 on the Oricon Daily Chart as well as to #5 on the Weekly Chart.
The boys were just beginning to get the spotlight they deserved, and it makes the fans who had high expectations for their new Korean album that much more disappointed.
Upon hearing the news, netizens remarked, "I really liked their songs. It's unfortunate", "This has nothing to do with them. Why is their album being cancelled?", and more.
Source & Image: ChosunIlbo via Nate
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