EXO unveils comeback Date: EXO confirms July comeback with release date; Details of Kai’s involvement before pre-military enlistment revealed. Despite the ongoing legal dispute involving members Chen, Baekhyun, and Xiumin, EXO has officially announced their comeback with a new album set to be released on July 10.
EXO unveils comeback date:
EXO’s highly anticipated comeback date was confirmed by SM Entertainment on June 8. The agency stated that the group will indeed release their new studio album on July 10. In response to the members’ involvement, SM Entertainment briefly addressed the situation.
The details of EXO’s July 2023 comeback SM Entertainment confirmed that the group’s new album, which was meticulously worked on by the members, will be released on July 10. The agency emphasized that the original promotional plans for the album will proceed as scheduled, unaffected by recent events concerning the members. Further details regarding the comeback will be announced soon.
Kai’s participation in EXO’s 7th studio album Earlier reports indicated that Kai might not be able to take part in the promotions. However, given the group’s extensive work on the album, it was expected that Kai’s vocals would be included in the release. Kai, who began his mandatory military service on May 11 as a public service worker, participated in filming the music video for one of the B-side tracks on EXO’s upcoming album. This was completed before his sudden enlistment.
Unfortunately, he was unable to participate in the filming of the title track’s music video, which was scheduled for June 2, a few weeks after his enlistment. Nevertheless, fans can look forward to hearing Kai’s voice on the album, as he was able to contribute to its recording.
Chen, Baekhyun, and Xiumin’s dispute with SM Entertainment At the beginning of this month, EXO-CBX members, through their legal representative, released a statement requesting the termination of their exclusive contracts with SM Entertainment. Since then, both sides have shared multiple detailed statements.
Chen, Baekhyun, and Xiumin have raised concerns about the distribution of earnings and have argued that their contracts include unreasonably long terms. On the other hand, SM Entertainment believes that the decisions of the members have been influenced by a third party and has expressed willingness to provide settlement records under certain conditions.
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