4minute's New Project is in the Works, 'Careful Consideration'
By Richard Lee | May 28, 2013 07:42 AM EDT
According to Cube Entertainment, 4minute's management company, the idol group currently has a new project in preparation.
"4minute has been gaining a variety of experience as a team and also as individuals as they ventured out to different routes. With 'What's Your Name?' making a huge hit, it is once again time for us to bring something better to our fans. A new project is currently under careful consideration," CEO Hong remarked.
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CEO Hong added, "4minute took their first number one spot on a major music show since their debut 4 years ago. Then, they did it again the following week. I am incredibly proud of them for their hard work. The current success that has landed them on top of various music charts stemmed from their sweat and effort, coupled with enormous support from our fans."
"Moving on from the tough times, the nervous times prior to the comeback stage after a 1-year hiatus, we now look forward to happier times ahead of us. Based on the confidence that comes from knowing 4minute's true colors, we are certain that we have something special in the works," he concluded.
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