Aespa, who dropped their long-awaited first album on October 5, have quickly become one of the K-pop industry’s most prominent female acts. Photo: SM Entertainment
Aespa, who dropped their long-awaited first album on October 5, have quickly become one of the K-pop industry’s most prominent female acts. Photo: SM Entertainment

K-pop girl group Aespa’s first EP ‘Savage’ blends creative storytelling with addictive dance-pop

  • Savage successfully shows what members Winter, Ningning, Karina and Giselle have to offer with a listening experience that is both invigorating and satisfying
  • The numerous references to Aespa’s fictional elements are immensely fun for those who invest time in the band’s concept, but may put off casual listeners

Aespa, who dropped their long-awaited first album on October 5, have quickly become one of the K-pop industry’s most prominent female acts. Photo: SM Entertainment
Aespa, who dropped their long-awaited first album on October 5, have quickly become one of the K-pop industry’s most prominent female acts. Photo: SM Entertainment
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