'UNIVERSE' Hails Kang Daniel As Its First Solo Runner, Adds (G)I-DLE As The Fifth Artist
The massive fandoms of K-pop artists Kang Daniel and (G)I-DLE are going nutty as a fruitcake when the soloist and group were announced as the new addition to the artist lineup UNIVERSE, brought by NCSOFT.
Kang Daniel joins UNIVERSE: the first announced solo artist in the global platform
DANITYs from across the globe were delighted when the news of their beloved dashing idol joining UNIVERSE has come to their senses. On November 15 (Sunday), UNIVERSE announced the connection established by the upcoming multi-platform with the MAGENTA curator, per Hellokpop.
That said, Kang Daniel, who recently made headlines due to his split with TWICE's Jihyo, hails as the first K-pop solo artist that will be gracing the global fandom universe.
Furthermore, the WAVES singer is one of today's most-sought soloists in the country since he emerged as the victorious first placer in the finale of Produce 101 season 2. He was then signed up as a K-pop boy group WANNAONE, leading his star to shine even more.
Kang Daniel is tagged as South Korea's Nation's Center as he captures the attention of audiences of all ages.
He is the artist behind the chart-topping album entitled MAGENTA, where fans expect him to showcase in UNIVERSE set for launch next year.
(G)I-DLE is the newest addition to UNIVERSE, following Kang Daniel
According to Allkpop, the South Korean all-girl ensemble joins the featured artist's roster in UNIVERSE next year. The announcement comes after Kang Daniel joining the platform since UNIVERSE is observing a reveal daily.
(G)I-DLE is set to mesmerize its massive fandom as they are glazing to hit the global platform alongside big names in the industry, including IZ*ONE, MONSTA X, The Boyz, and the newly added soloist Kang Daniel.
Pre-registration was already kicked off on November 12 via UNIVERSE's official website. The mobile playground is eyeing to launch the new application by the early dates of 2021.
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