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2019 M2 X Genie Music Awards Hints At Showcase Of Explosive Special Stages

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The 2019 M2 X Genie Music Awards will surely be a night to remember.

Having announced the first wave of their artist line up, hints about what would happen at the 2019 M2 x Genie Music Awards have already surfaced – and it is already making fans even more excited!

Sensational vocalist Kim Jae Hwan plans to serenade viewers with his sweet voice as a part of the event’s multiple special stages.

Meanwhile, super rookies, TXT, hints of a strong surprise performance for their adoring fans.

Fresh-faced rookies, AB6IX, also sets to introduce a powerful intro to “Absolute”, one of the tracks in their debut album.

Image via Merry:J, Big Hit Entertainment and Brand New Music

Additionally, BVNDIT, NATURE, and VERIVERY will show a hot, new collaboration stage. They are all nominated for the Rookie of the Year Award. On the other hand, sensational rookie girl group, ITZY, will premiere its first comeback, “Icy”, in the 2019 M2 X Genie Music Awards.

Images via n.CH Entertainment, MNH Entertainment, JYP Entertainment and Jellyfish Entertainment

Power performers, MAMAMOO, also planned a special stage for the awards show. They will showcase a rock version of their latest hit single, “gogobebe”. Moomoos should also expect an emotional and acoustic stage from the talented quartet.

Adding to the show’s explosion of girl power, Chungha will also bring all her reinforcements in with a 100-dancer collaboration of “Gotta Go”. These dancers are from her Studio Choom collaboration stage. They will show a bigger and brighter version of her hit song.

Image via RBW Entertainment and MNH Entertainment

In addition, Apink’s Bomi and MAMAMOO’s Solar were selected to be ambassadors for the said event. They will promote the awards show on their own respective Youtube channels.

Read: Apink’s Bomi And MAMAMOO’s Solar Selected As Ambassadors For “2019 M2 X Genie Music Awards”

The 2019 M2 X Genie Music Awards will take place on August 1 at the KSPO Dome (Olympic Park Gymnastics Stadium) in Seoul.

Source: Newsen, Herald Pop

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