EXID

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EXID
EXID (South Korean girl group) in October 2013.jpg
From left to right: Hani, LE, Solji, Junghwa, Hyelin
Background information
Origin Seoul, South Korea
Genres K-pop
Years active 2012 (2012)–present
Labels Gamgak, LOEN, Yedang, Sony Music
Associated acts C-Clown, Shinsadong Tiger
Members
Past members
  • Yuzi
  • Dami
  • Haeryung

EXID (/ ˈɛks ˈd/; Hangul: 이엑스아이디), an acronym for Exceed In Dreaming,[1] is a five-member South Korean girl group, composed of Solji, LE, Hani, Hyelin and Junghwa. They debuted on February 16, 2012 with the release of "Holla". The quintet released their first EP Hippity Hop in August 2012, but it was met with limited success. Their 2014 single "Up & Down", however, reached number one on the Gaon Singles Chart four months after its initial release.

EXID released their next mini-album Ah Yeah on April 13, 2015, with "Ah Yeah" as its lead single. The single also was met with commercial success as it peaked at the runner-up position on the Gaon Singles Chart.

History[edit]

2011: Pre-debut[edit]

In May 2011, producer Shinsadong Tiger and AB Entertainment (now known as Gamgak Entertainment) scouted several trainees from JYP Entertainment to form a new girl group. Trainee Yuzi was the first to join AB Entertainment when JYP's girl group, which consisted of Yuzi, Hani, Song Ji-eun (of Secret), and Hyolyn (of Sistar), failed to debut. Yuzi contacted JYP trainees Hani, Haeryung, and Junghwa to audition for AB, and all three were subsequently accepted into the agency. The group added a fifth member when Shinsadong discovered LE, an underground rapper and songwriter who performed under the name "Elly." Dami, who was already an AB trainee, was the sixth and last member added to the group.[2] Originally named "WT", an acronym for "Who's That", the group later changed their name to EXID, an initialism for "Exceed in Dream", a few months before their debut.[3] In December 2011, LE was featured in Huh Gak's single "Whenever You Play That Song", which was a hit on major Korean music charts.[4][5]

EXID was scheduled to debut in January 2012, but their debut was delayed to February when LE sustained a leg injury during rehearsals.[6] On February 3, 2012, AB announced that EXID would debut with the single "Whoz That Girl".[7] Video teasers featuring various members doing solo performances were subsequently released online.

EXID dropped their first digital single "Holla" on February 16, 2012.[8] They made their debut performance on M! Countdown, followed by Music Core and Inkigayo.[8][9] Their debut song "Whoz That Girl" peaked at number 36 on the Gaon Singles Chart, ultimately selling 840,000 digital copies.

2012: Debut, lineup changes, Hippity Hop and "Every Night"[edit]

In April 2012, AB Entertainment announced the departure of original members Yuzi, Dami, and Haeryung. AB said in a statement that Yuzi and Dami left the group to focus on their studies, while Haeryung left to pursue an acting career.[10][11] They were replaced by Solji, a former member of vocal duo 2NB, and Hyelin, who was considered to be part of EXID's original lineup before she was dropped.[12][13]

With the new members, EXID returned in August 2012 with their comeback single "I Feel Good" and their first EP Hippity Hop.[14] Hippity Hop debuted at number 13 on the Gaon Albums Chart, selling 1,500 copies. On October 2, EXID returned with a new digital single "Every Night", an alternate version of LE's self-written song "Phone Call" which was recorded in their debut EP.[15] "Every Night" debuted at number 43 on the Gaon Singles Chart, selling 105,000 digital copies.

On October 11, EXID released the song "Hey Boy" as part of the soundtrack release for MBC’s sitcom, The Thousandth Man. The song is the female version of B1A4‘s main title song, “Hey Girl“. Producer Shinsadong Tiger rearranged the song into a "reggae style" to create a different approach from B1A4′s original version.[16]

It was revealed on November 30, 2012 that EXID along with Big Star and D-Unit, would be working together on a special collaboration album in addition to a special year-end concert.[17] The concert, titled "The Bugs Show Vol. 1", was subsequently held on December 22 at the V-Hall in Hongdae, Seoul, South Korea.[18] On December 6, EXID won the rookie award at the “20th Korea Cultural Entertainment Awards”. In their acceptance speech, the group said “We are so happy and honored to receive such a meaningful award. We will continue to try our best and grow."[19][20]

2013-2014 : Dasoni sub-unit, "Up & Down", and rise in popularity[edit]

On February 8, 2013, EXID released the single "Up & Down" from the Incarnation of Money soundtrack, and it was announced shortly afterwards that Hani and Solji would be taking part in a sub-unit called "Dasoni".[21] The sub-unit released their debut single "Goodbye" on February 15, 2013 which also included the song "Said So Often".[22]

It was announced in June 2014 that the members had signed an exclusive contract with Yedang Entertainment and were preparing a comeback with Shinsadong Tiger who would be taking the reins in terms of producing their album.[23]

On August 24, 2014, EXID held their comeback showcase at the Ilchi Art Hall, performing their new song "Up & Down".[24] The song was released on August 27 and initially charted poorly, failing to make it on the top 100 on the Gaon Chart; though it peaked at number 94 on the domestic chart.[25] However, the song slowly gained popularity in late November after a fan-cam of member Hani performing the song went viral on Korean social networking websites. Her fancam has been viewed more then 14 million times up to date. [26][27] This lead to the song shooting back up on the music charts, eventually climbing up into the top 10 on the real-time charts and topping the Gaon Chart.[28][29][30] Due to the success, EXID returned to several music programs to promote "Up and Down".[31] The song was subsequently nominated for a first place award on Show! Music Core, The Music Trend, and M Countdown, in which they won the latter on January 8, 2015 for the first time since the group's debut.[32][33][34] On January 9, the group won its first public broadcast music program award at KBS's Music Bank.[35] The Music Bank win was followed up by a win at the January 11's edition of SBS's Inkigayo.[36]

2015-present: Ah Yeah[edit]

On April 6, Yedang Entertainment released an MV teaser for EXID's title song "Ah Yeah" from their 2nd Mini Album, that features a continuation of their popular upbeat and sexy concept. The full MV was revealed on April 13.[37]

Members[edit]

Current members[edit]

  • Heo Solji (허솔지) was born on January 10, 1989.[38] She was formerly a member of the vocal duo 2NB with Blady's Gabin, and released solo singles in 2008.[39][38] She was EXID's vocal trainer before becoming a member.[40]
  • LE was born Ahn Hyo-jin (안효진) on December 10, 1991.[41] She was a former member of the underground rap team Jiggy Fellaz under the name of Elly.[42] She was featured in "Whenever You Play That Song", a duet with Huh Gak, before EXID's debut.[43] She has collaborated with many artists, including Hyuna and Im Chang-jung.[44][45] In 2013, she competed in the rapping competition show Show Me the Money 2.[46]
  • Hani was born Ahn Hee-yeon (안희연) on May 1, 1992.[47] She was a JYP Entertainment trainee while a freshman in high school, but was removed after a year.[48] In 2015, Hani appeared in several episodes of the variety shows Off to School[49] and Match Made in Heaven Returns,[50] and is currently a cast member of the variety show Crime Scene 2.[51] She also became a host of the KBS2 fashion show A Style for You[52] and featured in the music video for Mad Clown's song "Fire".[53]
  • Seo Hyelin (서혜린) was born on August 23, 1993.[54] In 2011, she participated in Superstar K3, making it through the auditions to "SuperWeek".[55]
  • Park Junghwa (박정화) was born on May 8, 1995,[56] and is a former JYP Entertainment trainee.[1] Before becoming a member of EXID, she appeared in the music videos for "Tell Me" by the Wonder Girls[42] and "Whenever You Play That Song" by Huh Gak and LE.[57] In 2015, she appeared in several episodes of MBC Every1's Match Made in Heaven Returns.[50]

Past members[edit]

  • Yuzi was born Jung Yuji (정유지) on January 2, 1991,[58] and was previously a trainee under JYP Entertainment.[1] She prepared to debut in a trio with Sistar's Hyorin and Secret's Jieun, but the group never debuted due to irreconcilable differences between the members.[59] Yuzi left EXID shortly after their debut and redebuted in Bestie a year later along with the other two former members, changing her stage name to Uji.
  • Dami was born Kang Hyeyeon (강혜연) on December 8, 1990.[58] Shortly after debuting with EXID, she left the group. She then redebuted in Bestie, along with the other former members, and changed her stage name to her birth name, Hyeyeon.
  • Na Haeryung (나해령) was born on November 11, 1994[58] and was previously a trainee under JYP Entertainment.[1] Shortly after the group's debut, Haeryung left to pursue an acting career, then redebuted in Bestie a year later with the other former members.

Timeline[edit]

Discography[edit]

EXID discography
Releases
EPs 2
Singles 7
Music videos 8
Collaborative singles 1
Soundtrack appearances 3

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions and sales figures
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR Gaon
[60]
JPN Oricon
[61]
US World
[62]
Hippity Hop 13
Ah Yeah
  • Released: April 13, 2015
  • Label: Yedang Entertainment, Sony Music
  • Format: CD, digital download
5 272 12
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and sales figures, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Album
KOR
Gaon

[66]
US
World
"Whoz That Girl" 2012 36 Holla (Digital single)
"I Feel Good" 56
  • KOR (DL): 110,280+[68]
Hippity Hop
"Every Night" 43
  • KOR (DL): 162,096+[69]
Ah Yeah
"Up & Down" 2014 1
  • KOR (DL): 1,267,946+*[70]
"Ah Yeah" 2015 2 6
  • KOR (DL): 718,518+*[71]
Dasoni singles
"Good Bye" 2013 71
  • KOR (DL): 63,662+*[72]
Good Bye (Digital single)
"Said So Often (Stage version)" 188 Stage of the 70's (Digital single)
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.
"*" indicates that the Gaon Chart was revamped at this time and digital sales were deflated.

As featured artist[edit]

List of singles as featured artist, with selected chart positions and sales figures, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak
chart
positions
Sales Album
KOR
Gaon

[66]
"Gap"
(Hani with Ken of VIXX)
2015 TBA Non-album single
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.
"*" indicates that the Gaon Chart was revamped at this time and digital sales were deflated.

Other charted songs[edit]

List of songs, with selected chart positions and sales figures, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak
chart
positions
Sales Album
KOR
Gaon

[66]
"Thrilling" 2015 52 Ah Yeah
"With Out U" 100
  • KOR (DL): 20,966+*[74]
"Pat Pat"
  • KOR (DL): 18,621+*[75]
"Every Night (Ver. 2)"
  • KOR (DL): 16,502+*[76]
"1M"
  • KOR (DL): 14,711+*[77]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.
"*" indicates that the Gaon Chart was revamped at this time and digital sales were deflated.

Soundtrack appearances[edit]

List of soundtrack appearances as lead artist, with selected chart positions and sales figures, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak
chart
positions
Sales Album
KOR
Gaon

[66]
"Hey Boy" 2012 The Thousandth Man OST
"Up & Down" 2013 53 Incarnation of Money OST Part 2
"Feel the Light"
(performed by Solji and Hani, from the Korean-dubbed Home)
2015 Unreleased single
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.
"*" indicates that the Gaon Chart was revamped at this time and digital sales were deflated.

Music videos[edit]

List of music videos, showing year released and director
Title Year Director(s) Ref.
"Whoz That Girl" 2012 Hong Won-ki [79]
"I Feel Good" [80]
"I Feel Good (R.Tee Remix)" Joo Tae-woong [81]
"Every Night" Song Won-young [82]
"Goodbye" (as Dasoni) 2013 Unknown
"Up & Down" 2014 Digipedi [83]
"Up & Down" (Special version for LG U+) 2015 Unknown
"Ah Yeah"

Filmography[edit]

EXID's original lineup has a cameo performance in episode 8 of the tvN drama Twelve Men in a Year. After the group's lineup changes, they started their own reality show, titled "EXID BUTBUT TV", which features EXID's activities when not performing and is released on the group's official YouTube channel. The first season of BUTBUT TV was in 2012-2013, the second in 2013-2014, the third in 2014, and the fourth is ongoing, starting in 2015. In late 2014, Hani and Hyelin were cast members of the tvN reality show Always Cantare, in which they practiced playing the clarinet and violin and participated in an orchestra. Also, Hani had been casted in JTBC's Crime Scene (South Korean TV series) season 2 and KBS2's A Style For You.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Since debuting in 2012, EXID has won four various awards and 11 music program awards. On January 8, 2015, the group won their first number-one win on M! Countdown due to the big success of their digital single "Up & Down", followed by wins on Music Bank, The Music Trend and The Show.

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