Epik High To Finally Make A Comeback After Three Years!
By Staff Writer | July 26, 2012 03:56 AM EDT
Three member hip hop group Epik High will be returning to the music scene after 3 years!
On July 25, YG Entertainment stated, "Epik High and YG have settled on a contract and will be releasing a new album. We have already finished recording and plan to release the album this September."
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Epik High released their 6th album, 'e', in September of 2009, making it three years since they were in the music scene.
Because of Tablo's education scandal and DJ Tukutz and Mithra Jin's military service, the group went through a long hiatus.
Tablo had already signed with YG Entertainment last september and released his first solo album, Fever's End.
The other two members DJ Tukutz and Mithra Jin are also planning to sign contracts with YG as well.
YG Entertainment stated, "We will do everything we can to help the members create even better music, who have really gone through tough times."
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