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What happened to CRE Ker entertainment?

What happened to CRE Ker entertainment?

IST Entertainment’s full statement is as follows: Hello. On November 1, 2021, Play M Entertainment and Cre. Ker Entertainment merged and established a new agency, IST Entertainment Corp.

Who does Kakao M own?

The label (previously known as Play M Entertainment) was established with the merger of Plan A Entertainment and FAVE Entertainment in April 2019. On November 1, 2021, Play M Entertainment merged with Cre.ker Entertainment. The agency currently houses the groups Apink, Victon, The Boyz, Bandage, and Weeekly.

Is twice under Kakao M?

Spotify Wrapped unveils the Top K-pop artists of 2020 – BTS, BLACKPINK, TWICE, Stray Kids, and more. On 1 March, songs distributed by Kakao M have been reportedly removed from the global music platform, leaving both fans and artists devastated by the news.

Who is the CEO of CRE ker?

Yoon Young Ro
Play M Entertainment CEO Jang Hyun Jin and Cre. Ker Entertainment CEO Yoon Young Ro will be heading the newly merged company together. The name of the new agency and further details about the merger will be revealed at a later date.

What company is Weeekly under?

Play M Entertainment
Weeekly/Record labels

Is Cube under Kakao M?

Kakao M acquired independent label Starship Entertainment in 2013 and Cube Entertainment subsidiaries label A Cube Entertainment (which later was renamed Plan A Entertainment) in 2015, as well as King Kong Entertainment acquired by Starship in 2015.

Is K-pop back on Spotify?

Songs by Korean singers under Kakao Entertainment’s portfolio will reportedly return to Spotify, after the two music giants reached an agreement, the two companies announced in separate statements on Thursday, March 11.

Will Spotify bring back the K-pop songs?

Hundreds of K-pop Songs Return to Spotify Under Renewed Licensing Agreement. Hundreds of songs from popular K-pop acts including Sistar, IU, Monsta X, Epik High, and more have returned to Spotify after being removed on March 1 over an expired licensing agreement.