K-pop duo Akmu said they decided to renew with YG Entertainment as they felt supported by the company’s dedication to its artists. Photo: YG Entertainment K-pop duo Akmu said they decided to renew with YG Entertainment as they felt supported by the company’s dedication to its artists. Photo: YG Entertainment
K-pop duo Akmu said they decided to renew with YG Entertainment as they felt supported by the company’s dedication to its artists. Photo: YG Entertainment

Sibling K-pop stars Akmu renew contract with YG Entertainment, home of Blackpink, Big Bang, Winner and iKon

  • The singer-songwriting duo of Lee Chan-hyuk and his younger sister Lee Su-hyun, both in their early 20s, have signed on for another five years with YG
  • The pair first signed with YG in 2013 after winning that year’s season of the South Korean music competition show K-pop Star

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
K-pop duo Akmu said they decided to renew with YG Entertainment as they felt supported by the company’s dedication to its artists. Photo: YG Entertainment K-pop duo Akmu said they decided to renew with YG Entertainment as they felt supported by the company’s dedication to its artists. Photo: YG Entertainment
K-pop duo Akmu said they decided to renew with YG Entertainment as they felt supported by the company’s dedication to its artists. Photo: YG Entertainment
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