New K-pop Boy Group BXB Unveils Members' Profile Pictures Ahead of Its Debut

Credit: BXB OFFICIAL/YouTube Screenshot

Credit: BXB OFFICIAL/YouTube Screenshot

BXB is gearing up ahead of its debut.

BXB, which stands for Boy By Brush, is an upcoming boy group that was previously known as APR Project. The group aims to express various chapters of their youth through different music genres.

After a long wait, its agency officially confirmed the details regarding its debut.

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BXB Confirms 2023 Debut

BXB’s official social media accounts unveiled sneak peeks of the group and its logo ahead of the boy group’s debut.

WOLFBURN, its agency, uploaded members’ profile pictures after introducing its new member June. Four of its members — Siwoo, Hamin, Hyunwoo and Jihun — previously debuted with TRCNG.

It also confirmed that the group would debut on Jan. 30 with its first mini-album, Flight and a New Beginning.

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“BXB aims to portray various feelings associated with youth — joy, sadness, love, anger and jealousy — through its music and leave an impression on the public,” WOLFBURN said in a statement, per Korea JoongAng Daily.

They held pre-debut promotions as APR Project and released its project, Youth Trilogy. Sadness, Beginning, Flight was released on June 6, 2022.

What Happened to TRCNG?

Before BXB’s debut, four of its members first debuted under TS Entertainment in 2017.

TRCNG, an acronym for Teen Rising Champion in a New Generation, debuted with the EP New Generation on Oct. 10, 2017. It originally introduced 10 members, but Wooyeop and Taeseon left in Nov. 2019 when they filed a lawsuit with the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency against the label for extortion, assault, alleging abuse, and violations of child welfare legislation.

The parents of the remaining members — Jihun, Hayoung, Hakmin, Jisung, Hyunwoo, Siwoo, Kangmin and Hohyeon — filed a countersuit for allegedly spreading false information. In 2021, TS Entertainment deleted the group’s website and did not share its plans with them.

On March 28, 2022, the label officially announced TRCNG’s disbandment after the members’ contracts ended.

Before its split, the boy group was able to release EP New Generation and four single albums — Who Am I, Spectrum, Game Changer and Rising.

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