3rd Generation November 17 2014 April-October, 2019
WANNA.B (워너비) is a girl group under Zenith Media Contents. A pre-debut was made on November 17, 2014 with the single “My Type”. On July 20, 2015, the girl group officially debuted with “Attention”.
WANNA.B was created by Zenith Media Contents in 2014. The group’s first release was on November 17, 2014 with the single My Type. After multiple girls left and joined the group, they officially debuted with Attention on July 20, 2015. At the time of debut, the 6 member group consisted of Jiwoo, Sejin, Seoyoon, Siyoung, Ami & Eunsom.
On November 11, 2015 the group made their first comeback with their 2nd single titled Hands Up.
On April 6, 2016, Zenith Media Contents announced that member Seoyoon would be leaving the group due to back pain. In addition, the label added 2 new members, these members are Roeun & Lina. Lina was revealed to be the older sister of Girl’s Day member Minah. The new line-up made their comeback on June 26, 2016, with their 3rd digital single “Why”.
Unfortunately none of their songs made it into Gaon or any other noticable charts.
In November 2016, members Jiwoo & Siyoung decided to leave the group.
On May 6, 2017, Lina appeared on the South Korean show I Can See Your Voice 4 where she performed “Something” by Girl’s Day. Lina’s sister made a guest appearance to perform the song with her. On August 27, 2017, Lina and her sister Minah appeared on Happy Together.
In July 2018 fans posted that former Kiss&Cry members and Wanna.B member Jiwoo are to redebut in new group called “Destiny”.
Sejin had a solo debut with “Forget You” on Jan 2, 2019.
In February 2019 Wanna.B posted teaser images on their instagram accounts about a comeback release for their 4th digital single “LEGGO” on February 20th 2019 PM 12.00. The group promoted the single on several shows during March and April 2019.
Zenith Media removed the artist information from their website in October 2019. Several members removed the Wanna.B info from their social media accounts and or changed them. As Zenith had quitely disbanded groups the same way earlier, it is quite safe to assume that WANNA.B disbanded sometime between April and October 2019.
|Origin||Seoul, South Korea|
|Genres||K-pop, synthpop, dance-pop|
|Years active||2014–2019 (assumed)|
|Labels||Zenith Media Contents|
|Website||WANNA.B (no more info on WANNA.B)|
|Past Members||Ami (2015-2019)|