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Purple Kiss' Powerful Debut 'Ponzona,' a Song they Wrote as Trainees

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Rookie girl group PURPLE KISS has finally made its debut with the song 'Ponzona.'


The seven-member group which consists of Park Jieun, Na Goeun, Dosie, Ireh, Yuki, Chaein, and Swan, released their first-ever mini-album 'Into Violet' on Monday, March 15, 2021, accompanied by a dark and sultry music video for the title track, 'Ponzona'.

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Purple Kiss is the first girl group from South Korean agency RBW entertainment in seven years, since the debut of K-pop powerhouses MAMAMOO in 2014. They revealed that they originally wrote their debut single 'Ponzona' when they were trainees.

During a showcase for their first-ever mini-album 'Into Violet,' the girl group spoke about the work that went into their debut release. Member Swan, who co-wrote and -produced 'Ponzona' with Na Goeun and Yuki revealed that they had originally written the song for 'a trainee evaluation'. (Article Source: NME ASIA)

PURPLE KISS has been called 'MAMAMOO's younger sisters' for being the first girl group to debut after MAMAMOO under RBW. Dosie said, 'It would be a lie to say that we didn't feel the pressure, but that motivated us to work harder to prepare. It feels like a lot of people have high expectations of us because of our seniors, so we're working hard to live up to them.”

Photo Source: @RBW_PURPLEKISS


The meaning of "Purple Kiss" is that the members bring their own colors to make a harmonious whole, just as "purple" is a harmonious blend of multiple colors. Chaein said, "I think that 'balance' is what sets us apart. We have a good balance when it comes to vocals and dancing, so we can maximize those elements in our performance. I want us to be a group that can pull off anything.”

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Their debut track, "Ponzona, means "poison" in Spanish. Ireh said, "I think that the chorus is the key point of the song. It leaves a strong impression that people will remember even after hearing it just once."

Dosie added, "There is a hand gesture that we do that looks like a 'kiss’ at the part Ireh mentioned. I hope that people will look out for that.”

Photo Source: Mnet






The girl group concluded by sharing that their goal for 2021 was to win a rookie award. (Article Source: SOOMPI)

Watch their powerful debut below!

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