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AGENCY FOR BLACKPINK, YG ENTERTAINMENT HOLDING K-POP AUDITIONS IN S’PORE

The South Korean entertainment agency YG Entertainment, home of K-pop bands such as Blackpink and Big Bang, is having auditions in Singapore.

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YG Entertainment is holding auditions in Singapore for those between the ages of 10-years-old to 19-years-old, with the first round being held from 8 November to 11 November, and the second round of auditions being on 25 November to 26 November.

Interested parties can apply from now until 23 October, and the auditions will be held at Orchard Central Mall, with each audition being about a minute long.

Singers and rappers can perform a song without any background music within a minute, while dancers will need to bring their own phones to play music for them to dance, for a minute.

YG Entertainment posted on their Instagram account @ygaudition, calling for auditionees in Singapore.

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YG Entertainment’s Instagram post

2022 YG GLOBAL AUDITION TOUR – Singapore

[Application period]
9/21(WED) – 10/23(SUN)

[Qualification]
Anyone Born between 2003~2012

[Category]
Vocal, Rap, Dance (Choose one category ONLY)

1) Vocal/Rap – one song within a minute without music
2) Dance – one song within a minute with music
** Dance applicants must bring own music in cellphone

[How to apply]
*All the applicants must register in advance

1)Click the Apply link : https://bit.ly/3cIdVKF
2)Fill out application form and submit it
3)We will send confirmation e-mail 11/1(TUE), let you know 1st round individual audition schedule
4)Check your audition time and participate in audition

– [1st Round] NOV 8~11th, Orchard Central Mall Level 10

– [2nd Round] NOV 25~26th, Orchard Central Mall Level 10

[Inquiry]
[email protected]

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