Pinoy K-pop group HORI7ON began an impressive journey with their debut in South Korea with their first full-length album, “Friend-SHIP.”
Released on July 24, this debut album has an impressive lineup of 21 tracks, with the lead single “SIX7EEN” already creating waves in the music industry. Let’s delve into the fascinating world of HORI7ON and explore their rise to stardom.
The album contains a total of 21 songs, including the lead single “SIX7EEN.” This title combines the word “six,” symbolizing the various skills and talents of the members, with “teenage” from “adolescent,” representing their youthful energy.
In addition, the album includes three pre-release tracks: Dash, Salamat, and Lovey Dovey. Overall, the album marks the group’s inaugural journey towards new horizons.
A Talented Lineup
Consisting of seven talented members, Vinci, Kim, Kyler, Reyster, Winston, Jeromy, and Marcus, HORI7ON stands as a force to be reckoned with.
Under the management of renowned South Korean entertainment agency MLD Entertainment, the group has grown and made significant strides since their formation on February 12.
Their chemistry and friendship as a unit shines through every performance, making them a delightful addition to the K-pop scene.
HORI7ON’s “Friend-SHIP” features exciting collaborations with Haeun of K-pop girl group Lapillus and Leo and Noa of boy group TFN, who are labelmates of MLD Entertainment.
From Dream Maker to South Korea!
The group was brought together on February 12 through the Filipino TV audition show Dream Maker. This show is a joint effort between MLD Entertainment and the popular Filipino TV network ABS-CBN, which allows Korean and Filipino viewers to participate in the selection process by voting.
The show’s unique format allowed the members to showcase their skills and individuality, leading to the birth of a promising K-pop group that is now capturing hearts around the world.
Double Promotional Activity
With members from the Philippines and managed by MLD Entertainment, HORI7ON plans to start double promotion activities in South Korea and their country.