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IVE confirms comeback with first-ever full-length album in April

DIVEs, get ready as girl group IVE is now gearing up for a comeback!

In reports made on February 17 by multiple media outlets, IVE is confirmed to make a comeback in April to release their first-ever full-length album.

This will mark the girl group’s first music release in about 8 months since the launch of their third single album, ‘After LIKE’ in August of last year.

In several awards ceremonies that have been going on since the end of last year, all eyes are focused on what kind of achievements they will reach this time after sweeping the Korean Music Awards’ ‘Rookie of the Year’ and one of Melon Music Awards’ grand prize, the ‘Best Song of the Year.’

With a new album in the works, fans are eager to see what the rookie queens have to offer.

IVE debuted in December 2021 with ‘ELEVEN’ followed by ‘LOVE DIVE’, and ‘After LIKE’, which appeared in various Billboard charts only a week after its release, signaling the beginning of an unusually long-term box office hit.

The K-pop group is also showing their long-running power on the Billboard Global (excluding the US), the Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart, and the South Korea Songs chart.

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