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YG's Last Half of the Year to be Filled with Competition

YG Entertainment's new line up for the last half of the year will most likely continue on from last year's line up.
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YG's Last Half of the Year to be Filled with Competition
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YG Entertainment's new line up for the last half of the year will most likely continue on from last year's line up.

YG has created their new girl group, Su Pearls, which are all contestants from the show, "K-Pop Star." They also have Epik High coming back after a long hiatus. In just the first half of this year, YG has brought out new albums for Se7en, Big Bang, 2NE1 and Psy.

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Epik High plans to comeback sometime this September. They have finished recording and are just working on the finishing touches. It has been 3 years since they have been gone from the muss industry. Many hope that they will come out with fun and upbeat songs, since their last album was dark and serious.

Su Pearls will also be debuting as well. Although there is much competition for girl groups right now, they will surely be able to stand out with their super vocals. 

Psy's album has been a hit, making its way to number 1 on many charts. Many artists such as 2NE1 and Big Bang have ranked number 1 right after their album releases, showing that YG has been doing something right.

Big Bang member G-Dragon will also be coming back mid August with another solo album. 

2NE1 will be back with another single in the near future.

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