Aespa Is Offering Up the ‘Drama’ With Fourth Mini Album: Here’s When It Arrives


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Get ready, MYs — aespa‘s fourth mini album, Drama, is coming soon. The K-pop group — which consists of members Giselle, Karina, NingNing and Winter — dropped a teaser for its latest project on its social media accounts on Tuesday (Oct. 10), revealing when the project is slated to arrive.


The visual shows a projection of a video onto the side of a building. In the clip, the four women walk across concrete in heels. One of them picks up a mysterious red item from the ground as a faint siren is heard blaring in the background before the album title, Drama, flashes in bold red letters across the video. “aespa The 4th Mini Album. 2023.11.10 2PM (KST) / 0AM (ET),” the group captioned the post, revealing the project’s Nov. 10 arrival date.

The announcement comes on the heels of aespa sharing its first Japanese language single, “Zoom Zoom.” The track, released as part of the Beyblade X original soundtrack, arrived on Oct. 6. The group has not specified if its Drama mini album will be in Korean or Japanese, or if “Zoom Zoom” will be included.

Drama follows the K-pop stars’ previous three mini albums, Savage, Girls and My World, the latter of which was released in July. Savage, aespa’s first mini album, arrived in 2021; the set debuted and peaked at No. 20 on the Billboard 200. Girls was released the following year, and marked the group’s highest charting effort to date, peaking and debuting at No. 3 on the Billboard 200. My World cracked the top 10, finishing at No. 9.

See aespa’s comeback teaser in the video below.

aespa 에스파 ‘Drama’ INTROhttps://t.co/X7Qeqdo5B6

aespa 에스파 The 4th Mini Album 〖Drama〗
➫ 2023.11.10 2PM (KST) / 0AM (ET)#aespa #æspa #에스파 #Drama #aespaDrama pic.twitter.com/CRMxgkJFeJ

— aespa (@aespa_official) October 10, 2023

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