photo credit: Starship Entertainment

Introducing CRAVITY: the nine-member, K-pop boy group who are taking the world by storm. Debuting as a group in 2020 with Starship Entertainment, they have been rapidly growing in popularity and recently wrapped their first ever US tour with performances in cities.
Learn more about the group HERE.
They have a number of North American festival dates coming up this summer—KCON in Los Angeles (August 18), Kamp Fest CDMX in Mexico City (August 19 & 20) and Krazy K-pop Festival in New York City (August 26).
CRAVITY—a combination of the words “creativity” and “gravity”—consists of Serim, Allen, Jungmo, Woobin, Wonjin, Minhee, Hyeongjun Taeyoung and Seongmin. Also meaning “center of gravity,” the groups aims to draw you into their unique universe.
Earning the title “Monster Rookie” after being referred to as rookies by several media outlets, CRAVITY have already won a host of highly coveted awards including “Best of Next” at the Mnet Asian Music Awards, “New Artist of the Year” at the Melon Awards and have charted on the Billboard K-pop Hot 100, Worldwide iTunes Album Chart, Oricon Weekly Chart and more.
Together, they have released a host of “mini albums,” and their debut full length album was released in two parts—The Awakening: Written in the Stars, of which NME describes as “adolescent ideals on the journey ahead,” followed by Liberty: In Our Cosmos. Last year, CRAVITY released their landmark English-language single with “Boogie Woogie,” of which Forbes details, “highlighting them at their most fun and feel-good.”
The group’s latest song, “Groovy,” has accumulated over 10 million views on YouTube and continuing to climb. “Groovy (Japanese ver)” ranked #1 on Tower Record’s weekly chart. Further new music from the group is imminent.




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