Rocking Doll have already constructed up an incredible YouTube following with virtually 17 million views on the social media platform for 2 of their video performances.
Now British followers are going to get the possibility to see them in motion dwell and loud on the Troxy in Business Street, Stepney, east London on Monday August 15. Tickets are FREE and could be obtained from the Troxy web site or the DICE app
The 4 band members, ranging in age from 16 to twenty, can’t but declare to be Asia’s reply to the Spice Ladies, nonetheless one of many world’s most profitable all-girl line-ups with 100 million document gross sales from an eight-year profession.
However they’ve constructed an enormous following within the few quick months since they burst onto the South Korean Okay-Pop scene.
The London date would be the ladies’ first look overseas and they’re all genuinely enthusiastic about enjoying this eagerly anticipated one-off gig on the glamorous artwork deco Troxy on Business Street, E1.
Internet hosting the occasion would be the sensational Oli London, a British Okay-pop singer, TV persona and TikTok star who has greater than two billion views and over 1.8million followers throughout social media.
The oldest member of the Rocking Doll group Roa, 20, who began singing when she was 9 years previous, says: “I’m an enormous fan of Adele. I feel her voice is wonderful and I can really feel a number of emotion after I hear her songs. I wish to turn out to be an excellent singer like her.”
Juri, 19, is an enormous fan of Chris Brown. “Once I take heed to his songs I an really feel the vibe. His voice makes me so emotional.”
Eighteen-year-old Ahri loves all the pieces about Ariana Grande. “I like her music model and her vogue sense.”
She says she trying ahead to the Troxy live performance. “I’m nervous and excited on the identical time!”
The youngest member of the band is Rena, 16, who can’t look forward to the London gig. “I additionally wish to pattern British tradition and the native meals.”
As the women say: “Dancing, singing and the possibility to decorate up – what’s to not like?”