Stardom Entertainment, an old home of hip-hop idol group BLOCK B, is introducing a new boy idol group formed of 13 members.
Soon-to-debut rookie group ToppDogg will release their debut album next Thursday, their agency Stardom Entertainment, now an idol-specialized entertainment firm, said through a press release Friday.
The hip-hop based idol group released a teaser video of their debut tune “Say It” (translated title) on Stardom’s official YouTube channel on Thursday, partly unveiling the song’s refrain line and 13 members’ group dance performance.
Next Tuesday, ToppDogg will also open the press conference at the V Hall in Seoul, where they will also open the fan event which will reveal all the tracks of the debut album for their much-awaited fans before its actual release.
They are also set to hold fan signing event and give out special souvenirs for fans visiting the site, Stardom explained.
Reporter. Cory Lee
Courtesy of Stardom Entertainment