Korean girl group Nine Muses will be making a comeback next month with the first full-length album three years after their debut.
Nine Muses will be back on the local music scene with their first-ever studio album “Prima Donna” on October 14 midnight KST, the group’s agency Star Empire Entertainment announced through a press release Thursday.
The title tune of the 11-track album is “GUN,” the western style tune written by K-pop songwriter Sweetune, the hit duo produced many hit tunes of Nine Muses.
The group will be releasing the new music video and the plastic record also on 14, while the new album’s comeback performance will be unveiled on Mnet’s “M! CountDown” four days earlier than that.
Making their debut with single album “Let’s Have A Party” in 2010, the group has rolled out several hit tunes including “Figaro,” “News,” “TICKET,” “Dolls” and most recently, “Wild” released this May.
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