B.A.P talks about their first comeback since the lawsuit with management agency TS Entertainment.
In an interview, the group talk about their new album “MATRIX,” after they made their comeback on “Music Bank” after a year and nine months of hiatus.
Bang Yong Guk reveals, “A lot has changed since the last time that we made a comeback. Even in the waiting room, I am so nervous for our first stage that I was trembling. I have the same feeling now like we were making our debuts as rookies. It’s also strange, we debuted in 2012 however we already have a lot of juniors now. Back then we had more seniors than juniors.”
Himchan says, “Rather than showing anything, we put our stories into our music. I think that it will be interesting since it is something that we made ourselves.”
Daehyun also reveals, “We thank all the fans who have given us so much love. Our younger members have wrapped up their school terms and Zelo helped with the choreography. Our individuality came out more. More than anything, I am thankful to be able to stand on stage, whether it is the music shows or on concerts. I always watch the year-end shows and thought, ‘It would be great if we could stand up there.’ We members would continue to practice as long as we are still breathing.”
Last November of 2014, it was reported that B.A.P filed a lawsuit against TS Entertainment for contract nullification due to unfair conditions as well as profit distribution.
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