2NE1 Set To Record For KBS Open Concert October 29: YG Receives Severe Backlash Due To Delays

By Staff Writer | October 22, 2013 01:02 PM EDT

2NE1 to appear for KBS Open Concert. (Twitter)
(Photo : Twitter)

Things have been disappointingly quiet for 2NE1, but a few updates have surfaced about our favorite YG girl group, even as YG Entertainment continues to receive heavy backlash from fans.

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Thanks to a dedicated 2NE1 fanbase on Twitter, an update has surfaced that 2NE1 will be a part of the KBS Open Concert, and will be recording their segment on October 29.

The KBS Open Concerts are always fun, and fans are now extra curious whether 2NE1 will have any new material out by then, or whether the performance will simply be their July and August singles, "Falling in Love" and "Do You Love Me."

Currently, the big complaint for 2NE1 is their delay in a new single and highly anticipated new album, both of which have yet to surface this month.

With YG Entertainment handling so many top K-Pop acts right now, like G-Dragon, Taeyang, as well as the reality talent competition "WIN," fans seem to believe that the company is once again having trouble multitasking, and 2NE1 is slowly being overshadowed.



What do you think? Are 2NE1 music activities over for the year?

Tagged :  2NE1, YG Entertainment

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