Zico Leaving Block B And His Agency Once His Contract Expires?


Rumors have it that Block B’s Leader Zico is leaving his group and his agency once his contract expires in November 2018.

Rumors first started when various reports came out stating that the popular rapper contract is expiring in November, he has caught the attention and interest of various labels and producers.

The rapper is known for his flow, his talent as a rapper and a producer. He has many hits under his name; he composed for his group and for himself. Many of the tracks he wrote and produced were met with great reception so its only expected that he would receive love calls from multiple agencies.

However, it was reported that the rapper turned down the offers and said he plans on going solo for the rest of the year after this month ends, according to one report.

Zico is said to have also expressed his desire not to be a part of Block B anymore once his contract is up according to many of these news reports.

Block B last comeback was back in January with their repackage album “Re:MONTAGE,” which featured title track “Don’t Leave.”

Initially, a source from his agency Seven Seasons said,

“We are still discussing the length of his contact, so we have nothing more to share at this moment. We are adjusting his schedule until November since its expected more cities will be added to his tour.”

The rapper will soon go on a tour in America and Europe as part of “King of the Zungle,” the first concert will start in Madrid on September 26. The rapper is set to perform for the upcoming inter-Korean summit on September 18-20.

The agency then came back with another statement basically the same as their last, they added,

“We are still discussing everything from all angles including the possibility of his contract renewal. An announcement will be made once a decision has been decided.”

What do you think will happen?

Sources: (A), (B)


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