Fans From More Than 60 Countries Contribute To The Rose’s Makestar Mini Album Project
The local and overseas fan power of k-pop idol The Rose is truly amazing!
The Rose’s Makestar mini album funding project exceeded 1000% supported by fans from more than 60 countries. That just shows how much love the quartet are receiving from their fans.
The initial set goal was US$6,527, to date the boys earned a total of US$71,278.29. The stretch is supported by 843 Star Makers, who are fans from 60 countries worldwide such as Korea, Japan, Singapore, Indonesia, France, Germany, and Belgium.
Furthermore, Makestar also uploaded a video of The Rose members thanking fans for the support.
The Rose collaborated with Makestar, a global crowd-funding platform for Hallyu artists, to fund their first mini album. Star Makers will receive incentives ranging from being mentioned as the mini album’s honorary producer to The Rose members’ guitar picks and a personalized voice message.
Previously, The Rose also worked with Makestar to fund the production of their second single, “Like We Used To”.
The band’s latest album project has the potential to have the highest percentage extension among other Makestar projects, surpassing their own record of 616.86% from their second song.
The Rose is a South Korean rock band that debuted in August 2017 under J&Star Company with single “Sorry”.
The quartet comprises members Woosung on vocals and guitar, Dojoon on guitar and piano, Hajoon on drums, and bassist Jaeheyong. In November 2017, the band returned with single “Like We Used To.”
They have been gaining exposure for adopting British pop influences in the Korean music industry. On February 2018, the group kicked off their first European Tour, and are preparing to greet American fans in May and June 2018.