FIFTY FIFTY strikes up partnership with U.S. label Warner Records



FIFTY FIFTY has entered into a partnership with Warner Records!

The girl group, who has been climbing music charts around the world with their viral hit “Cupid,” will now collaborate with both the U.S. label and Warner Music Group’s Korean subsidiary.

Ahn Sung Il, co-CEO of FIFTY FIFTY’s agency ATTRAKT, expressed gratitude to Warner Records for the opportunity to explore new and innovative ways to showcase FIFTY FIFTY in the music industry. He added that they share a vision of an artist-centered approach and are eager to work together to explore potential avenues for success.

Warner Records co-chairman and COO Tom Corson and CEO Aaron Bay-Shuck expressed excitement about partnering with FIFTY FIFTY to promote their global smash hit “Cupid.” They look forward to creating additional opportunities for the K-pop girl group.

FIFTY FIFTY, in a joint statement, expressed their honor at working with Warner Records and their eagerness to bring more great music and content to fans worldwide. They also thanked fans for their continued support and love.

Warner Records reports that “Cupid,” along with its English-language “Twin Version” and instrumental version, has amassed over 377 million global streams. The song has propelled FIFTY FIFTY to become the fastest K-pop group in history to debut on Billboard’s Hot 100 and has been steadily climbing the U.S. chart, breaking the top 50 for the first time this week.



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