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Will BIGBANG save YG Entertainment from poor Performance in 2022 ?

Kpop Entertainment companies are an integral part of the Kpop industry. They help produce and promote Kpop artists to make sure that they reach their full potential.

Kpop Entertainment companies are often the first stop for many singers looking to make it big in the industry. These companies have a number of ways that they can help an artist grow and succeed in their career. They can provide guidance, advice, and expertise on how to become a successful singer.

About YG Entertainment

YG Entertainment

YG Entertainment is a South Korean record company based in Seoul that was founded in 1996. She is one of three major South Korean record labels in the K-pop music industry, alongside SM Entertainment and JYP Entertainment.

  • Hwang Bo-kyung (June 20, 2019–) is the CEO.
  • Yang Hyun-suk is the founder of the company.
  • Date of Inception: March 1996
  • Seoul, South Korea, is the headquarters.
  • Joint-stock company is the legal form of the firm.
  • YGEX, YGKPlus, and The Black Label are subsidiaries.

Apart from music, cinema, cosmetics, and fashion, the corporation is diversifying its operations. The current artists on the roster are worldwide recognized as the best artists and K-pop groups, including BLACKPINK, WINNER, and BIGBANG. YG’s stock has risen by more than 60% year over year as a result of increased awareness following the success of several of the label’s artists, most notably PSY’s Gangnam Style music video, which received billions of views on YouTube in 2012.

Main shareholders

YG Entertainment share holders

  • Hyun-Suk Yang  with 17,1%
  • Naver Corporation with 9,01%
  • Service National des Pensions de Corée with 8,40%
  • Mirae Asset Global Investments with 5,07%
  • Shanghai Fengying Business Consultant Partnership with 4,90%
  • Tencent Holdings with 4,36%
  • Min-Seok Yang with 3,51%
  • Samsung Asset Management with 1,81%
  • The Vanguard Group with 1,51%
  • Lombard Odier (Hong Kong) with 1,02%

Partnership

BLACKPINK

  • Digital distribution  with (M-Boat Entertainment, EunGun Entertainment, Yamazone Music and Booda Sound) :

    YG has been extending its international market since 2005. Se7en is the first artist from the United States to be transferred to Asia. Nexstar Records in Japan, 21 East Entertainment in China, and GMMInternational in Thailand are all partners with YG. Se7en is set to begin his career in the United States in the near future. YG Entertainment aims to open YG America and YG Japan in the United States and Japan, respectively.

  • Fashion and Beauty :

    In early 2012, YG Entertainment and Samsung’s textile subsidiary Cheil Industries launched NONA9ON, a premium brand featuring IKON’s Bobby and BLACKPINK’s Lisa as ambassadors. The brand was renamed Natural Nine and relaunched in the spring/summer of 2015.

  • Concert Production :

    In 2012, YG Entertainment and Live Nation collaborated for the first time to stage the Big Bang Alive Galaxy Tour 2012. Since 2011, a global tour has been planned, however due to legal issues with some members of BIGBANG, the tour has been postponed until next year. This is Live Nation’s first collaboration with an Asian band. The tours of 2NE1, New Evolution World Tour 2012, and G-Dragon 2013, 1st World Tour: One of a Kind are then announced by Live Nation. After seeing the huge popularization of K-pop, Live Nation is closing in on YG Entertainment.

    Mats Brandt, Managing Director of Live Nation Asia, said in an interview that he decided to bet on the talents of BIGBANG who he believes has the best chance of making himself known on a global scale.

    In January 2013, Asiana Airlines, one of Korea’s two major airlines, announced a partnership with YG Entertainment to provide free transportation for its artists to local and foreign locations. In exchange, YG Entertainment must display the airline’s emblem during their performances and overseas tours.

    The BLACKPINK World Tour was produced by YG Ent. in collaboration with KIA in 2019.

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The YG Entertainment Family

BIGBANG

The YG Family is a group that was formed in 1999 to bring the label’s members together. They collaborated on four albums and went on a globe tour to celebrate the label’s tenth anniversary in 2006, performing in Seoul, Tokyo, Osaka, Los Angeles, New York, and Washington, D.C.

List of musical artists under YG Entertainment 
  • Soloists : (Eun Jiwon, G-Dragon, T.O.P., Taeyang, Daesung, Kang Seung-yoon, Mino, Jinu, Bobby, Jennie, Lee Suhyun, Rosé, Krunk, Lisa)
  • Groups : (Sechs Kies, BIGBANG, WINNER, Ikon, BLACKPINK, TREASURE)
  • Duets : (AKMU, GD x Taeyang, GD&TOP)
List of actors and actresses under YG Entertainment 

YG Entertainment

Cha Seung-won, Choi Da-hye, Choi Ji-woo, Choi Seung-hyun, Dara, Gang Dong-won, Gyeong Su-jin, Han Seung-yeon, Jang Deok-su, Jang Hyun-sung, Jang Ki-yong, Jung Youn-seok, Jin Kyung, Joo Woo-jae, Jung Hye-young, Kal So-won, Kang Seung-yoon, Kang Hui, Kim Hee-ae, Kim Ji-soo, Kwon Han-sol, Kwon Hyun-bin, Lee Ho-jung, Lee Hyun-wook, Lee Ju-myoung, Lee Ki-taek, Lee Sung-kyung, Lee Soo-hyuk, Lee Woo-je, Nam Kyu-hee, Nam Tae-hyun, Park Hyeong-seop, Park Soo-yeon, Park Tae-in, Son Ho-jun, Seo Jeong-yeon, Son Na-eun, Seo Yi-seo, Shim Young-eun, Wang Yi-jun, Yoo In-na, Yu Yeon-su.

List of Composers under YG Entertainment

YG Entertainment

  • Tablo (Epik High),
  • DJ Tukutz (Epik High),
  • G-Dragon (BIGBANG),
  • Chanhyuk (Akdong Musician),
  • Mino (WINNER),
  • Kang Seungyoon (WINNER),
  • B.I (Ikon).
List of Producers under YG Entertainment 

YG Entertainment

  • Teddy Park
  • Choice37
  • PK (Choi Kang-pil)
  • Dee.P21 Peejay
  • BIGTONE
  • DJ Murf
  • Uk Jin Kang
  • Sung Hwak Cho
  • Seung Chun Ham
  • Lydia Paek
  • Mino (WINNER)
  • Kang Seungyoon (WINNER)
  • B.I (Ikon)
  • Airplay
  • Rovin
  • Jo Sung-hwak
  • Min Yeon-jae
  • Lee Chanhyuk
  • Choi Raesung

Manys artists have quit the agency, such as :

Psy of YG

  • Psy (2010-2018)
  • CL (2009-2019)
  • Gummy (2003-2013)
  • Nam Joo-hyuk (2013–2020)
  • Lee Jong-suk (2016–2018)

YG Entertainment & poor performances

BLACKPINK

Because of its predicted bad performance in the fourth quarter, the stock market is decreasing YG Ent’s target stock price.

In the last two months, the stock market’s perception of YG Entertainment has shifted dramatically. “Album, DVD, and digital content sales have fueled the company’s growth,” EBEST Invest said in November last year, adding that BLACKPINK’s comeback and their global tour are expected in2022, and other content deals with Weverse and VLive are feasible.”

Another aspect that decreases YG’s expectations is the company’s slow artist activity in comparison to its competitors.

In reality, the stock price of the corporation has been declining since November of last year. The unanticipated spread of new viral variants has weighed on YG Ent’s stock values since late last year, dampening anticipation for a reopening.

YG shares, which were trading at high to 75,800 won on November 12th last year, are now trading at 51,100 won, a drop of nearly 32 percent in just two months.

BIGBANG

According to related sectors, BIGBANG’s return might boost YG Entertainment’s stock price conversion momentum this year. BIGBANG, which began in 2006 as a five-member male group, was reduced to four members in 2019 after member Seungri left owing to the “Burning Sun Case.” Since then, the group has been added to the rosters of major American corporations. Since then, the band has been added to the lineups of major U.S. music festivals in 2020, as well as the possibility of a “four-member” comeback.

However, owing to the epidemic, this comeback has been postponed. YG Entertainment, on the other hand, drew a line when questioned about the time of BIGBANG’s comeback this year, adding, “We are talking internally, but it has not been finalized yet.”

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