IVE’s Highly Anticipated October Comeback: New Album “I’VE MINE” with Three Pre-Released Tracks Announced – Get the Details!
IVE, the popular K-pop girl group managed by Starship Entertainment, burst onto the scene in December 2021 with their debut single album, “Eleven,” featuring six talented members: Gaeul, Yujin, Rei, Wonyoung, Liz, and Leeseo. The group has carved its niche with infectious tunes centered on self-love, bearing the meaningful acronym “IVE” derived from “I have.”
Excitingly, IVE recently unveiled their upcoming Extended Play (EP) titled “I’VE MINE,” scheduled for release in October 2023. Fans can also anticipate the pre-release of three captivating tracks. “Either Way” kicks things off on September 25, followed by “Off the Record” on October 6 and “Baddie” on October 13. The group has unveiled ‘Coming Soon’ posters for each of these songs.
Adding to the excitement, IVE is gearing up for their inaugural world tour, “Show What I Have,” commencing in early October. This unique endeavor marks the first time IVE is launching an album amidst a world tour, promising a spectacular experience for fans worldwide.
IVE’s journey since their debut has been nothing short of remarkable. Their debut single, “Eleven,” made a global impact, securing a spot on the Billboard Global 200 and clinching the top position on Billboard’s Hot Trending Songs chart in the US, alongside numerous accolades on various Billboard Japan charts. IVE’s debut was celebrated as one of K-pop’s finest. Subsequently, they released “Love Dive,” their second single album, which swiftly became a viral sensation within a week of its launch, earning the title of Song of the Year at several award shows.
The group’s third single album, “After Like,” featuring the eponymous lead track, achieved significant recognition by securing numerous music show victories in 2022, just a year into their debut. In April 2023, IVE dropped their first studio album, “I’ve Ive,” showcasing hits like “Kitsch” and “I Am,” both warmly embraced by their dedicated fanbase.