Following the success of quintet P-Pop group SB19, a four-piece girl group trained under a Korean management is set to emerge in the OPM music scene.
Called Clover, the girl group - composed of Jade, L.A., Mia, and Yuni - reportedly trained under KP Entertainment — a Korean label and management company.
Set to release their debut single “Kumakabog-Kabog” on March 20, the visuals give off vibes reminiscent to those of other K-Pop groups in Korea.
See the teaser below:
Meanwhile, you can watch their cover of South Korean girl group KARA’s “Mamma Mia” in the video below:
P-Pop, a genre in the OPM scene, was first introduced in the early 2010s.
Some of the groups considered to have pioneered P-Pop include XLR8 and Pop Girls where Nadine Lustre was first introduced as an artist.
Kapamilya recording artists MNL48 also takes pride in being part of the P-Pop generation.