Blackpink Revs Up For Japanese Debut Through Collab With Nylon Japan And Sheltter

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BLACKPINK Revs Up For Japanese Debut Through Collab With NYLON JAPAN And SHELTTER
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BLACKPINK Revs Up For Japanese Debut Through Collab With NYLON JAPAN And SHELTTER

BLACKPINK is gearing up for their official Japanese debut on August 30.

On August 15, YG Entertainment revealed photos from BLACKPINKs collaboration with NYLON JAPAN and fashion brand SHELTTER.

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The September special edition of NYLON JAPAN has different covers with each BLACKPINK member. The magazines featuring Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa, and Rosé were sold out within three days of release.

The editor-in-chief of NYLON JAPAN praised BLACKPINK and shared expectations that the group will be very popular amongst Japanese fans in the months to come.

Black Pink collaborates with 'NYLON JAPAN' and fashion brand 'SHEL'TTER' ahead of their Japanese debut
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Black Pink collaborates with 'NYLON JAPAN' and fashion brand 'SHEL'TTER' ahead of their Japanese debut

Just weeks before their official Japanese debut, Black Pink's popularity can be seen on the streets of Japan.

According to YG Entertainment on August 15, Black Pink recently collaborated with popular magazine 'NYLON JAPAN' and fashion brand 'SHEL'TTER', celebrating the brand's 10th anniversary.

NYLON JAPAN's September issue had four special versions featuring Jennie, Jisoo, Rose, and Lisa on the covers.  The special September issue is said to be a limited edition, which all sold out in just three days after the release.

Watch TWICE Record The Japanese Version of Their Debut 'Like OOH-AHH': 'Nation's Girl Group' Bridges Gap Between The People of Japan and S. Korea
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Watch TWICE Record The Japanese Version of Their Debut 'Like OOH-AHH': 'Nation's Girl Group' Bridges Gap Between The People of Japan and S. Korea

TWICE will be spreading their love towards their Japanese fans! The "Nation's Girl Group" has recorded the Japanese version of "Like OHH-AHH" to be released this month.

Summer 2017 will be the mark of TWICE's debut in Japan. As reported by All Kpop, the girl group will be releasing a Japanese version of their debut song "Like OHH-AHH" within the month.

Similarly, all of TWICE's hit songs will be having a Japanese version for their Japanese fans. These include "Cheer Up", "Knock Knock", and "TT" just to name a few.

MONSTA Xs Japanese Debut Single Shows Outstanding Performance On Music Charts
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MONSTA Xs Japanese Debut Single Shows Outstanding Performance On Music Charts

MONSTA Xs Japanese debut single Hero is doing extremely well on Japans music charts!

Hero was released on May 17 and has taken No. 2 on Oricons weekly single chart. On Tower Records and Billboard Japans weekly charts from May 15 to May 21, the single rose to No. 1 and No. 2 respectively.

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Hero is the only album from a foreign artist who debuted this year to make it into the top three of Oricons weekly charts. It contains the Japanese versions of Hero and Stuck.

DIA Reportedly Offered 2 Million Dollar Contract To Debut In Japan
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DIA Reportedly Offered 2 Million Dollar Contract To Debut In Japan

A major entertainment company in Japan reportedly has offered DIA to sign a 2 million dollar contract to debut in the country. If they accepted it, DIA will be the next MBK Entertainment's group to debut in Japan after T-ARA.

According to Allkpop, MBK Entertainment is in the middle of a discussion to determine whether or not to accept the offer. A source revealed that MBK Entertainment still needs to go on reviewing process and proposing the terms and conditions to the Japanese company.