2NE1’s CL Will Debut As A Solo Artist In The U.S.
  • by Audrey Magazine
  • October 16, 2014


Great news for all K-Pop lovers, especially those who are fans of 2NE1! 2NE1’s fierce leader Chae-rin, more commonly known by her stage name CL, is debuting as a solo artist in the US in spring 2015.

Yes, you read that right! It looks like CL will follow the footsteps of PSY who was the first Korean artist to break a huge record in America through his viral video “Gangnam Style” which initially showed up in South Korea.


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For her new and upcoming album, CL will be working with talent manager Scooter Braun, who represents pop starts Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, and is the person who also signed K-pop artist PSY to the School Boy records. Luckily for us, it seems like Braun has a taste for K-pop.

According to the YG United, an entertainment website specializing in news related to the YG Family, CL had a chance to meet Braun in Seoul with the help of PSY. It’s no surprise that Braun was impressed by CL’s rapping skills, unique taste in fashion, charismatic attitude and her fluent English skills– essentially making her the “baddest female” in Korea.


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CL is a South Korean singer, rapper, dancer and songwriter. She first became part of YTN entertainment in 2006 as a trainee, and officially debuted in late 2007 with her fellow 2NE1 members, Park Bom, Sandara Park and Minzy.


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  1. K-pop star currently really attack youths fall in love with their charming and also with their style of act that make the world recognize from day to day. For me also love them :)

  2. CL has the necessary skills to succeed in the US, (Style, English, charisma) but I mainly worry about what sort of song she will debut with. I was very excited about her Korean solo debut, but was pretty disappointed by her song. But I get that she did some experimenting with her music and that’s possible in Korea. I just hope she doesn’t try to think TOO much out of the box for her US debut. I also worry about the future of 2NE1…..

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