Following HyunA's sassy solo effort, "Ice Cream," and 2Yoon's countrified K-pop debut with "24/7," 4minute is finally set to make a group comeback. Cube Entertainment officially confirmed the good news this week when discussing plans to send 2Yoon to Thailand for some promotional activities.
4minute's current comeback date is penciled in as April, which makes it exactly one year since their last Korean release, Volume Up. There's no word yet on what 4minute's sound or concept will be, but since 95% of everything the group's ever released has fallen somewhere under the "fierce dance music" umbrella, we wouldn't be surprised to see them doing that again. Although, on the other hand, HyunA did throw a bit of a curve ball with "Ice Cream," and nobody expected 2Yoon to come out with a country-inspired single, so 4minute could potentially flip the script and return with something completely different next month.
What do you want to see 4minute do when they make their comeback next month?
A swaggy urban jam?
A sleek, modern dance-pop anthem?
Sexually-suggestive, autotuned electro-pop?
Or just something totally different altogether?
Let us know, below!