Five-member plus-size Chinese boy band Produce Pandas released their first single, La La La, in July, and their first album, A.S.I.A, earlier this week. Photo: Produce Pandas Five-member plus-size Chinese boy band Produce Pandas released their first single, La La La, in July, and their first album, A.S.I.A, earlier this week. Photo: Produce Pandas
Five-member plus-size Chinese boy band Produce Pandas released their first single, La La La, in July, and their first album, A.S.I.A, earlier this week. Photo: Produce Pandas

Forget the skinny boys of BTS – Produce Pandas, Chinese plus-size boy band, is looking to make it big

  • Chosen from 300 candidates, the five members of Produce Pandas are already topping the Chinese pop category on iTunes in Japan
  • The band, whose debut album came out this week, was set up to be ‘an idol group that could be true role models for ordinary people’

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
Five-member plus-size Chinese boy band Produce Pandas released their first single, La La La, in July, and their first album, A.S.I.A, earlier this week. Photo: Produce Pandas Five-member plus-size Chinese boy band Produce Pandas released their first single, La La La, in July, and their first album, A.S.I.A, earlier this week. Photo: Produce Pandas
Five-member plus-size Chinese boy band Produce Pandas released their first single, La La La, in July, and their first album, A.S.I.A, earlier this week. Photo: Produce Pandas
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