It has been confirmed that the new album from the group Fifty Fifty, under the label Attrakt, is aimed at the American market.
On the 22nd, Attrakt TCEO Jeon Hong Joon revealed in a phone call with X Sports News, “The newly released Fifty Fifty album today is a repackaged album for the American market.” Jeon stated, “We planned it as a limited edition for the US in May, met with Warner Records’ Aaron CEO and verbally agreed in early July. In early August, we sent 156,000 copies to the US by plane. That album was released today.”
Jeon added, “During that time, we went through the pain of obtaining a proof of the content and even went through a lawsuit, but we proceeded with this project with faith that the members would come back.”
Regarding this album, Jeon said, “We mixed and mastered it anew to suit the tastes of American music fans. We filled it with 11 songs, including a sped up version of ‘Cupid’.”
There have been suspicions raised in some corners that the album was worked on by the The Givers, who is suspected of tampering with the members. Jeon emphasized, “Absolutely not. It has nothing to do with it. Attrakt planned the album as a limited edition for the US.”
He also stated, “It would be good if you understood it as the heart of Attrakt wanting to share good music. We are in a position where we have to take responsibility for the livelihoods of our company’s employees. We have to proceed with work separately from the lawsuit and wrap it up well. Doing our best until the end is our position.”