ATEEZ Signs With American Company RCA Records

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ATEEZ has bagged a deal with famous American company RCA Records!

ATEEZ has just taken another step on their journey to world domination as power rookies by signing with an American label.

The top-notch rookie group recently signed a contract with the American record company RCA Records.

Known as a famous label in the United States, RCA Records serves as home to internationally-acclaimed artists like Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera, Khalid, A$AP ROCKY, Childish Gambino, ZAYN, and more.

This new move by the group is made even more incredible by the fact that it only has been less than a year after they officially made their debut.

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“We are so excited about this new journey with RCA Records. We already feel the love from our ATINY fans in the U.S. and can’t wait to continue to showcase our music and powerful, energetic performances to them and are looking forward to gaining new fans along the way,” ATEEZ told Billboard about their new record deal.

RCA Records’ co-president John Fleckenstein also shared how they are very much looking forward to working with the group, whose presence is already strongly felt in the global music scene.

“We’ve been watching the success of ATEEZ build for the last few months and are excited to partner with Sony Korea and KQ Entertainment to help take them to the next level,” he said.

“K-Pop is undeniable and ATEEZ is stepping out as a frontrunner in the space,” Fleckenstein also praised the group.

“KQ and ATEEZ have pursued an original sound and style, and with the immense support from their ATINY fanbase across the globe. We are thrilled to continue this journey to international stardom with RCA Records in the US,”​ Sony Music Entertainment Korea’s managing director Joseph Chang stated as well.

Through its deal with RCA Records, the group is planning to strengthen its position as worldwide idols, with a solid footing and full support from the company for future overseas activities.

Source: Billboard, Star News

Photo from KQ Entertainment