“Not Shy” isn’t just the name of ITZY’s most recent album, it’s also become an unofficial motto for the buzzy Korean girl group, as they set their sights on the U.S. market in 2021. Phase one begins this week, with the release of ITZY’s new EP — aptly titled Not Shy (English Ver.) — which features four of their most popular songs completely re-sung in English. The EP, which is available for streaming or purchase now, includes full-English versions of the group’s hit tracks “DallaDalla,” “Icy,” “Wannabe,” and “Not Shy.” As Yeji, Lia, Ryujin, Chaeryeong, and Yuna tell Rolling Stone, releasing an English album is a way to recognize and give back to ITZY’s international fans, while continuing to challenge the group to push outside their comfort zones. “We thought that making an English version album could be a way for us to return the love we have received from our global fans,” Yeji explains, adding that she hopes the English lyrics will resonate with a larger audience too. “I believe that we can have a deeper communication with them through this album,” she says. Taking on a new language is as easy as taking on a new genre or… Read full this story
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