Korean girl group 2NE1 will be making a comeback to the music scene with their first full-length album next Friday, according to their agency YG Entertainment on Thursday.
"The girls will giving their comeback performance on SBS' Sunday music show 'Inkigayo' on September 12," an official from YG told 10Asia over the phone, adding that they will be singing three of the title tracks including "Go Away" while the other two have yet to be decided.
Meanwhile, the group just yesterday revealed the track list and teaser photos for their first full-length album "To Anyone," which is set for release on September 9, on YG Entertainment's YG-Life blog, which has been set up for YG artists to regularly post exclusive videos and photos for their fans.
2NE1, composed of members CL, Bom, Sandara and Minzy, have been one of the most popular girl groups in the country since their appearance in the mobile phone commercial for LG alongside labelmates Big Bang debut in May 2009.
They have scored hits with several songs since, including their debut single "Fire" and successive songs "I Don't Care" and "Try to Follow Me."
Preorders for the girls' upcoming album is available starting today on the official YG Entertainment site as well as online and offline music sites.
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