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It'z Different

2019 single album by Itzy

2019 single album by Itzy

It'z Different
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ReleasedFebruary 12, 2019 (2019-02-12)
Recorded2018–19
GenreK-pop
Length6:39
Language
Label

It'z Different (stylized as IT'z DIFFERENT) is the debut single album by South Korean girl group Itzy. It was released on February 12, 2019 by JYP Entertainment with the lead single "Dalla Dalla".

Background and release[edit]

On January 24, 2019, JYP Entertainment shared the first teasers for the debut of the group, continuing the following day.[1][2] From January 26 to February 1, the individual teasers for each member were released.[3][4][5][6][7] The same day, the first teaser for the music video of the lead single "Dalla Dalla" was uploaded on JYP Entertainment's YouTube channel.[8] On February 5, other teaser pictures of the members were released. The following day, the track list of the album was revealed with two songs: "Dalla Dalla" and "Want It?".[9] On February 7, a voice teaser for "Dalla Dalla" was out.[10] On February 8, the second teaser for the music video was uploaded.[11]Itzy finally debuted on February 12, 2019, by released It'z Different at the same time as the music video for "Dalla Dalla".[12]

Promotion[edit]

Itzy started promoting It'z Different in the live broadcast "The 1st Single Live Premiere" on Naver V Live in which they performed "Dalla Dalla" for the first time.[13][14]

The group promoted the single album in the South Korean music programs M Countdown, Show Champion, Show! Music Core, Music Bank, Inkigayo, and Show! Music Core in which they received nine music show wins for their debut song.

Critical reception[edit]

It'z Different received many critics, usually favorable. IZM's Jeong Yeon-kyung stated that: ""Dalla Dalla" borrows a dance beat in a ratchet style, exuding a YG atmosphere, and the personality of Red Velvet and F(x), represented by electronic sounds, comes out. The only choice for JYP style is the old-fashioned 'I'm different' narrative and the 'Gapbunpong (suddenly mood)' chorus, like Miss A's' "I Don't Need a Man", which eventually leads to the same woman with an arrow of blame."[17]

Billboard's Tamar Herman said that: "The electropop song is an empowering anthem, introducing ITZY as a group that’s an alternative to its peers: the title “Dalla Dalla” is the word for “different” in Korean, repeated. "I'm different from the kids, I'm different,” members sing in the chorus ahead of the chanting titular refrain. “Don't measure me by your standards alone, I love being myself, I'm nobody else.""[18]

Track listing[edit]

1."Dalla Dalla" (달라달라; lit. Different Different)GalactikaGalactika3:19
2."Want It?"
  • Emile Ghantous
  • Keith Hetrick
3:20
Total length:6:39

Charts[edit]

Release history[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^"ITZY THE FIRST SINGLE <It'z Different> TEASER IMAGE". Twitter. Retrieved 2020-08-17.
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  5. ^"ITZY THE FIRST SINGLE <It'z Different> TEASER IMAGE #RYUJIN". Twitter. Retrieved 2020-08-17.
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  7. ^"ITZY THE FIRST SINGLE <It'z Different> TEASER IMAGE #YUNA". Twitter. Retrieved 2020-08-17.
  8. ^"ITZY "달라달라" M/V TEASER". Twitter. Retrieved 2020-08-17.
  9. ^"ITZY THE FIRST SINGLE <It'z Different> TRACK LIST". Twitter. Retrieved 2020-08-17.
  10. ^"ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" VOICE TEASER". Twitter. Retrieved 2020-08-17.
  11. ^"ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" M/V TEASER 2". Twitter. Retrieved 2020-08-17.
  12. ^"TWICE's sister band ITZY drops debut song 'Dalla Dalla'". eng.ajunews.com. 2019-02-11. Retrieved 2020-08-17.
  13. ^"'V앱' itzy, 실검 장악한 핫한 매력 '뿜뿜'..원더걸스 '유빈·혜림' 지원사격 (종합)". n.news.naver.com (in Korean). Retrieved 2020-08-17.
  14. ^"ITZY "타이틀곡 '달라달라', 있지만의 색+콘셉트 알 수 있어" (V앱)". n.news.naver.com (in Korean). Retrieved 2020-08-17.
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  17. ^"Neo Music Communication IZM". www.izm.co.kr. Retrieved 2020-08-17.
  18. ^"JYP Entertainment's New Girl Group ITZY Debuts With 'Dalla Dalla': Watch". Billboard. 2019-02-11. Retrieved 2020-08-17.
  19. ^"Hot 100 (2019/02/25 付け)". Billboard Japan (in Japanese). Retrieved March 2, 2019.
  20. ^"Billboard Japan Hot 100 | Charts". Billboard JAPAN (in Japanese). Retrieved 2020-08-17.
  21. ^"Top 20 Most Streamed International & Domestic Singles In Malaysia"(PDF). Recording Industry Association of Malaysia. Recording Industry Association of Malaysia. Retrieved March 1, 2019.
  22. ^"NZ Hot Singles Chart (February 24 – March 2, 2019)". Recorded Music NZ. Retrieved February 22, 2019.
  23. ^"The Official New Zealand Music Chart". THE OFFICIAL NZ MUSIC CHART. Retrieved 2020-08-17.
  24. ^(PDF). 2019-03-11 https://web.archive.org/web/20190311051531/http://www.rias.org.sg/chart.pdf. Archived from the original(PDF) on 2019-03-11. Retrieved 2020-08-17.
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  27. ^"Billboard Korea K-Pop 100 Chart". Billboard. Retrieved 2020-08-17.
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Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It%27z_Different

ITZY announce highly anticipated first album 'CRAZY IN LOVE' and title track 'LOCO'

ITZY are making a comeback this September.

On Thursday night (08/12), the K-Pop quintet behind 'WANNABE' and '달라달라 (DALLA DALLA)' took to social media to announce the upcoming release of their first full-length album CRAZY IN LOVE, which will include its title track 'LOCO'.

It is scheduled for release on September 24 (Friday) at 1 p.m. KST (12 p.m. PHT/SGT). Watch ITZY's comeback show here.

According to the teaser poster, 'LOCO' is in collaboration with producer duo Galactika, who are known to delve into synth-heavy instrumentals to back up flowing pop melodies.

With the release of the album's official tracklist on Thursday (09/09), it is confirmed that CRAZY IN LOVE will come as a 16-track offering.

CRAZY IN LOVE TRACKLIST:

  1. LOCO
  2. SWIPE
  3. Sooo Lucky
  4. #Twenty
  5. B(OO)M-BOXX
  6. Gas Me Up
  7. LOVE is
  8. Chillin' Chillin'
  9. Mirror
  10. LOCO (English ver.)
  11. DALLA-DALLA (Instrumental)
  12. ICY (Instrumental)
  13. Not Shy (Instrumental)
  14. In the morning (Instrumental)
  15. LOCO (Instrumental)

UPDATE (09/20): JYP Entertainment released a 3-minute album spoiler of CRAZY IN LOVE, revealing clips of each track off the album.

Check out the album spoiler below.

UPDATE (09/05): The first look into CRAZY IN LOVE was revealed with an opening trailer, following ITZY's 45-minute Spoiler LIVE online event.

Watch the trailer below.

UPDATE (08/31): ITZY released their comeback scheduler as they gear up for the release of CRAZY IN LOVE.

In the coming days, fans can expect fresh looks into the upcoming album, including a special "spoiler live" on YouTube, an opening trailer, concept images, the official tracklist, music video teasers for 'LOCO' and 'SWIPE', and their comeback show before dropping the record.

HOW TO GET THE ALBUM

The new album will be out in 6 versions and is now available for preorder here. The US version will also feature a special photocard set.

Physical copies of CRAZY IN LOVE include the following: 1x CD, 1x Photobook, 1x Lyric Paper, 1x Photocard, 1x Polaroid, 1x Sticker Pack, 1x 00TD Standing Card, 1x Special Card Set, 1x Poster, 1x Special Photocard Set.

Get it here.


CRAZY IN LOVE follows ITZY's fourth EP Guess Who, which dropped in April this year. The 6-track offering includes the lead single 'In the morning' along with 'Sorry Not Sorry' and 'KIDDING ME'. Within the following month, the EP was certified Platinum by the Korea Music Content Association.

Check out ITZY's 'In the morning' music video below.


Sours: https://www.bandwagon.asia/articles/itzy-announce-first-album-crazy-in-love-loco-jyp-jype-studios-galactika-release-september-2021
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IT'z Different

Release

February 12, 2019

IT'z Different is the debut single album by South Korean girl group ITZY. The single album was released on February 12, 2019 and the music video for the title track "DALLA DALLA" was released on February 10, 2019.

Background and Release

On January 14, 2019 a media outlet reportedly said that JYP's upcoming girl group, has already finished filming their debut music video. JYP responded by confirming the reports and saying they were already finished filming the video. They were the first girl group since TWICE, and the group consisted of members who had already appeared to the public.[1] On January 21, 2019 at midnight KST, JYP released a prologue film for his upcoming girl group ITZY. It introduced all 5 members, and had a vibrant theme. January 23, through February 1, teasers and promotional photos for the group was released along with M/V teasers as well.[2] On February 12, 2019 the full single album "IT'z Different" along with the title track "DALLA DALLA" was released.[3]

Music Video

Their music video for "DALLA DALLA" was officially released as of February 12, KST. BY midnight February 12 KST, ITZY had broke a record and their "DALlA DALLA" became the most viewed K-Pop group debut M/V with most views in 24 hours. They had already gotten a total of 13,933,725 views in a day. THey broke the previous record from IZ*ONE with their "Violeta" M/V taking a total of 4 million views.[4] A performance version of the music video was released on February 28.[5] On April 8, officially 3 months later the group hit 100 million views becoming fastest K-pop debut M/V to hit 100 million. Breaking the previous record set by BLACKPINK with "Boombayah".[6]

Promotion

The same day as release, on February 12, ITZY held a live showcase for their new debut single "IT'z Different". THe group answered questions, performed "DALLA DALLA", and performed cover dances such as TWICE's "Like OOH-AHH", and Miss A's "Bad Girl, Good Girl".[7] The group made their first stage on M! Countdown alongside other artists as well.[8] along with "Music Core"[9], "Music Bank"[10] and "Inkigayo"[11] The group got their first ever win with "DALLA DALLA" on M! Countdown with a total of 8,527 points, against Hwasa's "Twit".[12] with a total of 9 wins.[13][14][15][16][17]

Commercial Performance

A day later, as of February 13, KST, their single "DALLA DALLA" had topped the realtime charts at No.1 on Genie, Bugs, MNET, Soribada, while it took No.2 on MelOn, and No.3 on Naver.[18] On the same day of release, "DALLA DALLA" also topped the charts on iTunes charts in 10 different regions including Japan, Taiwan, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Thailand and more.[19] The group also took No.1 on Soompi's Music Chart.[20] The group maintained their No.1 on Soompi 'schart for a total of a week and kept that momentum for a total of 2 weeks.[21][22]

Critical reception

It'z Different received many critics, usually favorable. IZM's Jeong Yeon-kyung stated that: ""DALLA DALLA" borrows a dance beat in a ratchet style, exuding a YG atmosphere, and the personality of Red Velvet and F(x), represented by electronic sounds, comes out. The only choice for JYP style is the old-fashioned 'I'm different' narrative and the 'Gapbunpong (suddenly mood)' chorus, like Miss A's' "I Don't Need a Man", which eventually leads to the same woman with an arrow of blame."

Billboard's Tamar Herman said that: "The electropop song is an empowering anthem, introducing ITZY as a group that’s an alternative to its peers: the title “Dalla Dalla” is the word for “different” in Korean, repeated. "I'm different from the kids, I'm different,” members sing in the chorus ahead of the chanting titular refrain. “Don't measure me by your standards alone, I love being myself, I'm nobody else.""

Tracklist

  1. “DALLA DALLA"
  2. "Want It?"

Audio

Spotify

Links

Video

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" M V

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" M V

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" VOICE TEASER

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" VOICE TEASER

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" M V TEASER

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" M V TEASER

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" M V TEASER 2

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" M V TEASER 2

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" Performance Video

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" Performance Video

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" Dance Practice

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" Dance Practice

ITZY "WANT IT?" Dance Practice

ITZY "WANT IT?" Dance Practice

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" M V BEHIND Yeji

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" M V BEHIND Yeji

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" M V BEHIND Lia

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" M V BEHIND Lia

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" M V BEHIND Ryujin

ITZY "달라달라(DALLA DALLA)" M V BEHIND Ryujin

Sours: https://itzy.fandom.com/wiki/IT%27z_Different
ITZY Reveals How They've Changed Over the Years - Then vs. Now - Seventeen

K-Pop Group ITZY Releases Debut Album

August 2018 was a month filled with hopes and dreams for the new year (boy would I be wrong). With the prospects of college down along the line and spending the last year of my high school year with those closest around me, I was practically swarmed with goals and expectations. Along with those hopes included the anticipation of new Korean Pop group debuts, and by this time, rumors of a certain girl group under a certain large entertainment agency had been circulating.

JYP Entertainment is home to many of South Korea’s biggest talents in the Korean Pop industry such as GOT7, TWICE, 2PM, 2AM, Wonder Girls, and much more. On Jan. 30, the entertainment agency released a teaser video on its YouTube channel, finally announcing the debut of a girl group that has been in the workshop. ITZY (있지) is a five-member girl group created under JYP Entertainment (JYPE), one of South Korea’s largest and famous entertainment agencies. The group is led by Main Dancer Hwang Yeji (황예지), and it consists of Main Dancer Lee Chaeryeong (이채령), Main Rapper Shin Ryujin (신류진), Main Vocalist Choi Jisu (최지수), and the face of the group, Shin Yuna (신유나). The group currently stands as JYPE’s second active girl group, and many fans are cheering for the group’s success to be comparable or even beyond its “sunbaenims,” TWICE.

On Feb. 12, ITZY finally made its long-awaited debut with the release of their single album “IT’z Different.” The album’s tracklist includes two songs: “WANT IT?” and “DALLA DALLA.”

“DALLA DALLA” adds a flare on the atypical girl crush debut song. The song was composed by the duo Galactika who has also helped produce TWICE’s Heart Shaker and hits like WANNA ONE’s “I.P.U.” With recent group debuts like CHERRY BULLET’s “Q&A,” the group manages to optimize strong vocals with no expense paid for powerful choreography. In essence, the song delivers an anthem-like energy that I can’t quite get enough of, especially with the strong bass line streaming through the song.

What makes this song unique from CHERRY BULLET’s “Q&A” is the incorporation of two styles without a cohesive element. For a frame of reference, SM Entertainment’s Red Velvet was conceived with two concepts in mind: a “Red” concept that emphasizes the bubbly, upbeat facet of the group and a “Velvet” side that showcases the RnB, slower tempo facet of the group. In more recent comebacks, the group has merged the two concepts, incorporating velvety chord progressions with a “red” concept, and vice versa, that has kept the group in the spotlight.

With that being said, “DALLA DALLA” is filled with “trappy” segments as well as the upbeat, cheery chorus, but rather than blending the styles for better transitions, the song switches between the styles like the hair whips in the dance. For me, the abrupt switches in the song generate interest and give that “JYP” trademark on the song.

Following the lead track is “WANT IT?” which doesn’t, by any means, pale in comparison. Much like “DALLA DALLA,” this song delivers an anthem-like energy but this time, with a Pop-Rock twist. Instead of highlighting the members’ vocal abilities, the song plays towards its vibe and instrumentation to If anything, this song could have possibly been the lead single with its showcase nature.

ITZY has started their future as a group with a strong start, wrapping three music program wins from M Countdown, Show! Music Core, and Inkigayo under their belt. The group definitely shows a lot of promise for the future with only a couple of weeks left in their promotions  In my opinion, the group has the strongest debut for 2019, and I look forward to their comebacks for the year. Until JYPE releases the official fandom name for the group, you can find me saying, “STAN ITZY!”

Sours: https://thevisionmsms.org/15437/entertainment/k-pop-group-itzy-releases-debut-album/

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ITZY

Origin

Seoul, South Korea

Years active

2019-present

Official Colour

 #FF00FF  | Neon

ITZY (Hangul: 있지; stylized as ITZY) is a South Korean girl group under JYP Entertainment, consisting of 5 members: Yeji, Lia, Ryujin, Chaeryeong, and Yuna. They debuted on February 12, 2019 with their single album "IT'z Different".

Concept

On August 21, 2019 on the Cultwo Show, Yeji explained "[Itzy] means we have everything that everyone wants... There were a lot of names with a girl crush vibe suggested like 'Purple Heart,' 'Triggle' (a combination of the words 'trigger' and 'giggle'), and 'Queendom.' Producer J.Y. Park decided on 'ITZY' in the end."

ITZY comes from the common Korean phrase "itji" or "I have it".

History

Pre-debut

Chaeryeong was a contestant on K-pop Star 3 in 2013. In 2015, she went to compete in JYP survival show Sixteen in 2015, however, she failed to become a member of the winning girl group, Twice. Ryujin was a contestant on JTBC's survival show Mix Nine. In 2018, she placed first for girls. In the final competition of the show where it was between a team of nine boys and a team of nine girls, the boys team won. Yeji was a contestant on SBS' The Fan but was eliminated in episode 5. All of the members, with the exception of Lia, appeared in Mnet's reality show Stray Kids as a project group against the boy group Stray Kids in 2017.

2019: Debut with IT'z Different and IT'z ICY

On January 21, JYP Entertainment announced they would be debuting a new girl group, being the first girl group from the label since Twice's 2015 debut. On the same day, the group's official YouTube account was created and the label's official channel shared a video trailer unveiling the five members.

On February 12, the group released their debut single album, It'z Different, with its lead single "DALLA DALLA". The song incorporates elements from EDM subgenres, such as future house and bass house. Its empowering lyrics have been well received by the audience. The music video surpassed 14 million views within 24 hours of its release, with Youtube confirming that DALLA DALLA had a total of 17.1 million views for its first 24 hours since publishing.

ITZY's debut EP, titled IT'z ICY was released on July 29, 2019 along with an accompanied music video for it's lead single titled "ICY".

2020: United States tour, IT'z ME, Not Shy

ITZY started the year with their showcase tour in the United States, on January 17 in Los Angeles and finished on January 26 in New York City.

On March 9, 2020, ITZY made their comeback with their second mini album, IT'z ME and its title track "WANNABE".

On August 17, 2020 ITZY made their comeback with their third mini album, Not Shy and it's title track "Not Shy".

2021: Not Shy (English Ver.), Trust Me (MIDZY), GUESS WHO, CRAZY IN LOVE and Japanese debut

On December 25, 2020, ITZY revealed the tracklist for their English debut album Not Shy (English Ver.). It was released on January 22, 2021, and includes English versions of all their title tracks (DALLA DALLA, ICY, WANNABE and Not Shy). On March 12, ITZY released the digital single Trust Me (MIDZY), a song dedicated to their fans, as part of their first global livestream event.

On April 30, 2021, ITZY made their comeback with their fourth mini album, GUESS WHO and it's title track "마.피.아. In the morning".

On the midnight of August 13, ITZY released a comeback poster for their first full album CRAZY IN LOVE to be released. On September 24, ITZY released their first studio album CRAZY IN LOVE and its lead single "LOCO".

On September 1, ITZY announced that they would be making their Japanese debut with the mini album WHAT'z ITZY.

Members

Member Color* Position
Yeji (예지)
Yellow
Leader, Main Dancer, Lead Vocalist, Rapper
Lia (리아)
Light Green
Main Vocalist, Rapper
Ryujin (류진)
Red
Main Rapper, Lead Dancer, Vocalist, Center
Chaeryeong (채령)
Purple
Main Dancer, Vocalist, Rapper
Yuna (유나)
Sky Blue
Lead Dancer, Lead Rapper, Vocalist, Visual, Maknae
*Colors according to CRAZY IN LOVE album packaging, teasers, and Twitter hashflags; there is no explicit confirmation that these are the official colors.

Discography

Korean

Studio albums

Mini albums

Singles

Collaborations

English

MIDZY - ITZY Official Fanclub

See also: MIDZY

Trivia

  • ITZY is the fastest 4th gen Group to reach 100M Views in Youtube.
  • Jeon Somi was a pre-debut member of ITZY but she left the company in 2018 and was replaced with Yuna.
  • ITZY is the only 4th Generation Idol Group to chart all of their title tracks inside Gaon Digital Chart Top 10.

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[Full Album] I T Z Y (있지) - CRAZY IN L O V E

ITZY to release first full-length studio album ‘Crazy In Love’ next month

South Korean girl group ITZY have announced that they will soon be making a comeback with a full-length album.

At midnight KST on August 13, the five-member act revealed a colourful new poster for their first studio album ‘Crazy In Love’. The new record and its lead single ’LOCO’ are set to be released on September 24 at 1pm KST.

“ITZY The 1st Album,” reads the graffiti-inspired poster. It also reveals that ‘LOCO’ was composed and produced by Galactika, the same production team that also worked previous hits from the group, such as ‘Wannabe’ and ‘Dalla Dalla’.

This will be ITZY’s first comeback since the release of their fourth mini-album ‘Guess Who’ and its lead single ‘Mafia In The Morning’ in April. In a glowing four-star review of the record, NME’s Sofiana Ramli praised it as their “most cohesive project in terms of sound.”

“More importantly, though, after three years of trial and error since their 2019 debut ‘Dalla Dalla’, the girl group seem to have successfully found a brand of maximalist pop that works for them,” she added.

Last month, JYP Entertainment announced that they will launch a brand-new girl group in February 2022. The as-yet-unnamed act will be the company’s first South Korean-based girl group since ITZY’s debut in 2019.

According to Yonhap News Agency, the forthcoming group will reportedly be managed by a team led by Lee Ji-Young, who is the agency’s first female member of the board. Aside from Lee, the will team also allegedly include officials who helped to scout and train members of the Wonder Girls, TWICE and 2PM.

Sours: https://www.nme.com/news/music/itzy-crazy-in-love-first-full-length-album-single-loco-release-date-teaser-music-video-3018494

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Itzy

South Korean girl group

Itzy

Five girls stand in a row against

Itzy at SBS radio in October 2021
From left to right: Yeji, Lia, Ryujin, Chaeryeong, and Yuna

OriginSeoul, South Korea
GenresK-pop
Years active2019 (2019)–present
Labels
Websiteitzy.jype.com
Members
  • Yeji
  • Lia
  • Ryujin
  • Chaeryeong
  • Yuna

Itzy (stylized in all caps; Korean: 있지; RR: Itji; MR: Itchi) is a South Korean girl group formed by JYP Entertainment, consisting of members Yeji, Lia, Ryujin, Chaeryeong, and Yuna. The group debuted on February 12, 2019, with the release of their single album, It'z Different. The group's accolades include Rookie of the Year at the 34th Golden Disc Awards, New Artist of the Year at the 9th Gaon Chart Music Awards and 2019 Melon Music Awards, Best New Female Artist at the 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards, and the New Artist Award at the 29th Seoul Music Awards; making them the first and only K-pop girl group to achieve a "Rookie Grand Slam".[1][2]

Career

2015–2019: Pre-debut activities

After failing to pass the auditions held by Fantagio, Chaeryeong participated in JYP Entertainment's survival show Sixteen in 2015.[3] She did not make the final lineup of the winning girl group, Twice,[4] but was cast by the company through the K-pop Star 3 television series, along with her sister. The first member of Itzy to join JYP, Chaeryeong trained for five years. Ryujin was scouted at a Got7 concert and trained with JYP for four years prior to Itzy's debut. Both Yuna and Yeji joined JYP in 2015 and trained for three years, Yuna after being discovered by company staff and Yeji having successfully auditioned. The final member Lia initially auditioned for SM Entertainment and passed but was forced to back out at the last minute due to a disagreement with her parents. Several years later, Lia passed the JYP auditions and trained for two years.[5]

In 2017, Yuna and Ryujin appeared in BTS's "Love Yourself" Highlight Reel.[6] The same year, the members (with the exception of Lia) appeared on the Mnet reality show Stray Kids as a project group alongside the boy group that would eventually be named Stray Kids.[7]

In 2017, Ryujin competed on JTBC's survival show Mix Nine. She placed first among the female contestants but lost to the male contestants overall.[8] Meanwhile, Yeji participated in SBS' The Fan but was eliminated in the fifth episode.[9]

2019: Debut with It'z Different and It'z Icy

On January 21, JYP Entertainment announced that they would be debuting a new girl group, its first since Twice in 2015.[10] The label's official YouTube channel uploaded a video trailer revealing the five members.[11][12]

On February 12, the group released their debut single album, It'z Different, led by the single "Dalla Dalla". The song incorporates elements from EDM sub-genres, such as future house and bass house. Its empowering lyrics were well received by audiences.[13][14][15] The group scored one of the biggest Billboard debuts for a new K-pop act in years, with "Dalla Dalla" entering at number three and peaking at number two on the World Digital Song Sales chart. The shape-shifting confidence anthem sold 2,000 downloads in the United States in the week ending February 14, according to Nielsen Music, making it the best-selling K-pop song in the country that week. "Want It?," was released alongside "Dalla Dalla" and debuted at number eight and sold 1,000 downloads. "Dalla Dalla" also debuted as the second most popular song on YouTube.[16][17]

Billboard confirmed that the music video surpassed 17.1 million views within 24 hours of its release and broke the record for the most viewed K-pop debut music video within 24 hours.[18] On February 21, eight days after their debut, Itzy received their first music show win on M Countdown, becoming the fastest girl group to achieve their first music show win.[19][20] The song went on to win on music shows nine times[21] and broke the record at the time for the fastest K-pop debut music video to reach 100 million views on YouTube.[22]

Itzy's first extended play, It'z Icy, was released on July 29, along with a music video for its lead single "Icy".[23][24] Commercially, the EP was a success, peaking at number three on the Gaon Album Chart. "Icy" continued the group's success on music shows, earning 12 wins, including a triple crown on Show Champion.[25] On September 22, JYP announced Itzy's showcase tour, the Itzy Premiere Showcase Tour "Itzy? Itzy!". The tour kicked off in Jakarta on November 2 and went on to different cities in Asia throughout the end of 2019 before heading to the US for five shows in January 2020.[26]

In November 2019, "Dalla Dalla" surpassed 100 million streams on Gaon Music Chart, earning the group their first platinum certification. It was the first debut song by a K-pop group to earn a platinum certification from the Korea Music Content Association since the introduction of certifications in April 2018.[27] The single also ranked eighth on the list of "The 20 Best K-pop Songs of 2019" compiled by Dazed, which described the group as having kept "a steady hand on the rudder using the fun touches even with the visual and sonic chaos going on around" and "the ones to give K-pop a fresh boot up".[28] The music videos for "Dalla Dalla" and "Icy" entered the list of South Korea's most popular music video on YouTube at numbers two and seven, respectively.[29] At the end of the year, Itzy won several Best New Female Artist awards, including at the 2019 Melon Music Awards and the 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards.[1][2]

2020: US showcase tour and continued commercial success

Itzy began the year with the US leg of their showcase tour. Their first show was on January 17 in Los Angeles.[30]

On March 9, Itzy released their second EP, It'z Me, and its lead single "Wannabe".[31] Featuring work from producers such as Sophie and Oliver Heldens, the EP saw the group experiment with EDM sounds while maintaining lyrical themes of freedom, self-confidence, and individuality.[32]It'z Me debuted at number one on South Korea's Gaon Album Chart, making it the group's first number one album in the country. It also debuted at number five on the Billboard World Albums chart, their highest position on the chart at the time.[33] The group went on to achieve eight music show wins with "Wannabe".[34]

On August 17, Itzy released Not Shy, their third EP, as well as the music video for the lead single of the same name.[35][36] Although it featured Itzy's signature "teen crush" pop sound, the album marked a lyrical shift as the group transitioned from singing about "themes of independence and self-love" to "tipping their toes into the waters of singing about love."[37] The EP debuted at number one on the Gaon Album Chart with sales of over 219,048 units.[38] It was their second release to top the chart. "Not Shy" was also promoted on music shows, achieving five wins.[39]

2021: Guess Who, Japanese debut, and Crazy in Love

On March 20, Itzy released the digital single "Trust Me (Midzy)", a song dedicated to their fans, as part of their first global livestream event.[40]

On April 30, Itzy released their fourth EP Guess Who and its lead single "In the Morning".[41] The EP charted on the Billboard 200 at number 148, making it their first appearance on the list.[42] The English version of "Mafia In the Morning" was released on May 14.[43]

On September 1, it was announced that Itzy would be making their Japanese debut under Warner Japan with the EP What'z Itzy.[44]

On September 24, Itzy released their first studio album Crazy in Love and its lead single "Loco".[45] On October 5, the studio album debuted at number 11 on the Billboard 200, a new record from their previous release.[46]

Members

  • Yeji (예지) – leader, dancer, vocalist, rapper[47][48]
  • Lia (리아) – vocalist, rapper[47][48]
  • Ryujin (류진) – rapper, dancer, vocalist[47][48]
  • Chaeryeong (채령) – dancer, vocalist, rapper[47][48]
  • Yuna (유나) – dancer, rapper, vocalist[47][48]

Discography

Main article: Itzy discography

Videography

Music videos

Reality shows

Year Title Network Note(s)
2019 Itzy? Itzy!Naver TV Cast, V Live, YouTubePremiered in February 2019
I See ItzyPremiered in August 2019
A to Z <M2 Special – Itzy Vlog> "Itzy in Paris"M2Premiered on November 14, 2019[56]
Itzy It'z TourbookNaver TV Cast, V Live, YouTube Premiered on December 13, 2019
2020 100 Hours of Romantic Travel "Paris et Itzy"M2 Premiered on January 21, 2020[57]
Bu:Quest of Itzy U+ Idol Live, YouTube Premiered on July 7, 2020[58]
Itzy in KoreaM2 Premiered on November 26, 2020
2021 2TZY: Hello 2021YouTube Premiered on January 6, 2021
IT'z PlaytimeYouTube Premiered on February 8, 2021
CSI: Codename Secret ITZYYouTube Premiered on March 2, 2021
CSI: Codename Secret ITZY Season 2YouTube Premiered on August 17, 2021

Awards and nominations

Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Itzy

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