K.A.R.D Featured as a ′Best New K-Pop Group′ 8 Days After Debut
New co-ed group K.A.R.D has already shown their growing popularity only 8 days since debuting.
K.A.R.D is ranked number 8 on Billboard′s 10 Best New K-Pop Groups In 2016 published on December 21.
I.O.I, Black Pink, NTC and more were also listed as this year′s top rookie groups on Billboard′s 10 Best New K-Pop Groups In 2016.
As of December 22, K.A.R.D is also listed number 2 on the iTune′s K-Pop US Chart, proving their rising popularity outside of Korea.
Billboard said of the new group, "Ending the year with a surprise debut, the project group K.A.R.D released “Oh Nana,” featuring former KARA member Heo Youngji, on Dec. 9. The tropical house single garnered the act a lot of praise, but it’s the group’s formation that makes them unique: K.A.R.D consists of two female singers and two male rappers. As the first co-ed pop group to hit the K-pop scene in several years, K.A.R.D built a lot of buzz and landed in the top five on the U.S. iTunes’ K-pop chart."
Meanwhile, beginning with debut track Oh NaNa, K.A.R.D plans to continue promotions by releasing a series of 3 projects.
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