By Channel NewsAsia
REMEMBER the K-pop supergroup boyband Super M a couple of years ago? Well, SM Entertainment has done it again: It’s announced the creation of another one, this time with top female idols on its roster.
The company announced on Sunday (Dec. 26) its sixth project group called Girls On Top, which comprises seven members: Singer BoA, Girls’ Generation’s Taeyeon and Hyoyeon, Red Velvet’s Seulgi and Wendy, and Aespa’s Karina and Winter.
The group will make its debut live performance on Jan. 1, which probably means during SM Entertainment’s online concert SMTOWN LIVE 2022, which is set to take place that day. That concert will also include performances from EXO, Aespa, TVXQ, Super Junior and more.
Girls On Top also announced on its new Twitter account that it’ll be releasing its first song on Jan. 3.
SM Entertainment has been known to combine members from its list of K-pop groups with 2019’s Super M being the latest. That group featured the likes of SHINee’s Taemin, EXO’s Baekhyun and Kai, and mega-group NCT’s Taeyong, Mark, Ten, and Lucas.
SM Entertainment announces their newest 7-member supergroup, Girls On Top, comprising BoA and members from Red Velvet, Girls’ Generation and Aespa. Photo: Instagram/smtown and published by CNA