Purple Kiss to release debut Japanese EP ‘Dear Violet’ on March 22
Girl group Purple Kiss will make its Japanese debut in March, according to its agency RBW on Saturday.
Purple Kiss will drop its debut Japanese EP “Dear Violet” on March 22. The title is a reference to the group’s 2021 debut EP “Into Violet.”
The new Japanese EP will include Japanese versions of past songs by Purple Kiss, such as “Sweet Juice,” the group’s latest lead track released on Feb. 15.
Purple Kiss will also hold its standalone concert “Purple K!ss Japan 1st Live” on March 21 in Osaka and on March 26 in Tokyo.
Purple Kiss debuted in 2021 and currently consists of six members: Na Go-eun, Dosie, Ireh, Yuki, Chaein and Swan.
The group recently dropped its fifth EP “Cabin Fever,” which topped the Worldwide iTunes Albums chart immediately upon release. The EP also made it into the top 10 of the iTunes Top Albums charts in 16 regions including the United States.
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