Hybe and FNC will launch a series of auditions in the United States in April
Poster image of “Hybe Multi-label Audition” (Hybe)
Hybe’s seven affiliates — Big Hit Music, Belift Lab, Source Music, Pledis Entertainment, Koz Entertainment, Hybe Labels Japan, and Hybe America — are set to hold their first joint auditions in Las Vegas next month.
“Hybe Multi-label Audition” will be held there four times on April 8-9 and April 15-16. Anyone who dreams of being a next-generation global artist born between 2003 and 2011 can apply for auditions until April 4, regardless of gender.
Candidates can select their favorite fields among singing, rapping and dancing. While Hybe plans to announce more detailed audition information, it can be found on Hybe labels audition’s Instagram and on its YouTube channel, the agency said.
Hybe subsidiary management clients include BTS, Tomorrow X Together, Enhypen, Seventeen, Fromis_9 and Zico. Hybe America-affiliated record label SB Projects manages world-renowned artists including Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande and J Balvin.
Promotional image for “2022 FNC Pick Up Stage: USA Tour” (FNC Entertainment)
It will begin in Seattle on April 18-19 and continue in San Francisco on April 20-21, Los Angeles from April 22-24, and New Jersey and New York from April 28-May 1. Anyone born between 2003 and 2010 can apply for the audition, regardless of gender.
Applicants should submit their applications on-site during designated regional audit days. Recruitment areas are divided into singing, rapping, dancing, acting, acting, performing musical instruments, and modeling. Candidates can apply through two methods: auditions at regional academy tours in six cities and public auditions in Los Angeles, New Jersey and New York.
Final recruits will be selected through each stage of Regional Auditions, Executive Auditions, and Final Auditions. They will earn the opportunity to sign an intern contract and receive systematic management and professional training from the entertainment company.
The auditions are part of the K-pop powerhouse’s “FNC Pick Up Stage” project aimed at launching next-generation artists. More detailed information about the auditions can be found on the company’s website and its social media, the agency said.
By Jie Ye-eun ([email protected])