K-pop girl group TWICE made its debut in 2015, under JYP Entertainment. This year their seven-year contract will end with the members deciding on the renewal of their contract with the agency.. Other girl groups like CLC, which also debuted in 2015, were seen disbanding. Last year, GOT7 ended its exclusive contract with JYP Entertainment to pursue solo careers. Hence, all eyes are set on TWICE for an update.
TWICE CONTRACT RENEWAL
Before the launch of TWICE’s Nayeon’s solo album last week, JYP Entertainment sent out a press release stating that the members are currently discussing contract renewal with the company. “Currently, TWICE is discussing with the company about the contract renewal. We will announce it later (once done) through the company,” the official statement read.
NAYEON “POP!” M/V
Listen “IM NAYEON” HERE
— TWICE (@JYPETWICE)
For those unaware, TWICE has released many hits since its debut. Some of their hits include, ‘TT’, ‘Cheer Up’, ‘Signal’, ‘Likey’, and ‘Alcohol-Free.’ They have also released songs in English in the last two years. With the group setting new records, they got the title of “Third Generation Nation’s Girl Group.”
Recently, Nayeon was the first member of TWICE to release a solo album. Her solo album, titled I am Nayeon, was released on June 24, 2022, and has received a lot of support from the fandom.
TWICE is a 9-member group. The members are Jihyo, Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu.