6 Songs, 21 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

EXID's Full Moon EP is packed with sassy and sweet tunes. The in-your-face empowerment anthem "DDD" calls out a trembling dude caught in a lie—but the quintet isn't just here to break guys down. On "Too Good to Me," the ladies question why a lover stays despite a girl's difficult personality. Vocalist Jeonghwa shines on the synth-pop track "Alice," relating a love story based on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. And LE and Hani yearn for a beau on the glitchy, electro-pop cut "Weeknd," further painting them as multidimensional women with unique perspectives to share.

EDITORS’ NOTES

EXID's Full Moon EP is packed with sassy and sweet tunes. The in-your-face empowerment anthem "DDD" calls out a trembling dude caught in a lie—but the quintet isn't just here to break guys down. On "Too Good to Me," the ladies question why a lover stays despite a girl's difficult personality. Vocalist Jeonghwa shines on the synth-pop track "Alice," relating a love story based on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. And LE and Hani yearn for a beau on the glitchy, electro-pop cut "Weeknd," further painting them as multidimensional women with unique perspectives to share.

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About EXID

South Korean girl group Exid were created in 2012 by producer Shinsadong Tinger and composed of vocalists Solji, Le, Hani, Hyelin, and Jeonghwa. The group released its first singles that year, but failed to find much success. The same thing initially happened with 2014's "Up & Down," but when a fan video went viral, the song returned to the charts and ultimately climbed all the way to number one. From that moment on, the group's popularity was on the rise, strengthened by more videos, releases, and constant TV appearances. Their first full-length album, Street, arrived in 2016. A few months later Solji was forced to step aside due to a health scare. Momentarily a quartet, Exid returned in April 2017 with the Eclipse EP. ~ Mariano Prunes

GENRE
K-Pop
FORMED
2012

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