KUALA LUMPUR: It's not a shortened moniker for the classic video game Super Mario Bros but Super M is the name of a brand new K-Pop music group.
Does the ‘M’ denote “Males”? No one knows yet. However, its members will consist of a hunky who’s who of K-Pop’s popular idols from SM Entertainment.
According to Soompi, the popular Korean agency has confirmed its plans for the debut of the new “super” boy group.
During an official presentation yesterday in Los Angeles, USA, SM Entertainment announced its intention for the upcoming collaborative effort.
The new music outfit was given the name Super M and will consist of Shinee’s Taemin, Exo members Baekhyun and Kai, as well as NCT members Taeyong, Mark, Ten and Lucas.
SM Entertainment’s founder Lee Soo Man had revealed that Super M would be making its official debut in the US in October and added that the new group would then be focusing on overseas promotions.
The agency, which is also home to other popular K-Pop groups with massive international fandoms such as Super Junior, Girls’ Generation and Red Velvet, has yet to disclose whether Super M will also be promoted in South Korea.