After a year, P-pop boy group 1st.One gears for a comeback with the track, Problem Child.
On Sunday, Jan. 22, First One Entertainment posted a statement on Twitter, asking fans to continue supporting the group on their future endeavors.
The tweet also included another post, this time from 1st.One, hinting at a possible comeback.
According to a report, the group worked with South Korean company CHECK for their upcoming single Problem Child, which is worth P20 million, the biggest budget yet on the P-pop industry.
Korean company CHECK has worked with hit K-pop groups and artists such as BTS, BLACKPINK, EXO, and Cha Eun-woo.
Jayson, the group’s maknae (the Korean term for 'youngest'), shared his experience with the company: “It was definitely a blast working with them (CHECK). I'm very thankful because they gave us a unique experience compared to the past music videos that we have done. We are very grateful that they took care of us so well,” he said.
Problem Child is about “breaking the norm,” initiating change, and urging to break away from a system full of “inequality, disorder, and machinations.” It is set to be released on Jan. 31.
In December 2022, the group debuted in the top spot of the Billboard Hot Trending Songs chart with their hit single, Shout Out.
1st.One consists of six members namely Ace, Alpha, Max, J, Joker, and Jayson, they debuted in July 2020 with the single You Are The One.