When Did Fifty Fifty Debut?

K-pop group Fifty Fifty began with the humblest of origins. The group was created by the small company ATTRAKT, and at the time of the group’s debut, the company was so small that company co-head Jeon Hong-joon would later reveal in an interview that he had to sell his car and eat cheap meals in order to afford the group’s production costs. Thankfully, things have improved considerably since then, with Fifty Fifty becoming only the fifth K-pop girl group to reach the Billboard Hot 100 and the sixth K-pop group overall. But if you are wondering when exactly did Fifty Fifty debut and with what song, here is the full answer.

Fifty Fifty Officially Debuted on November 18, 2022 with the Song “Higher”

We say “officially” because Fifty Fifty actually released a predebut MV, “Lovin’ Me,” four days earlier on November 14. They also released a performance video for another song, “Log in,” on November 15. Then on November 17, ATTRAKT released a cute video entitled “FIFTY COMPANY – Job Interview Gone Wild,” where Fifty Fifty members Keena, Saena, Sio, and Aran introduced themselves and pretended to be applying for jobs at the fictional “FIFTY Company.” However, November 18 is the day that lead single “Higher” was released, alongside their debut EP, The Fifty. The Fifty contains four songs in total: “Tell Me,” “Lovin’ Me,” “Higher,” and “Log in.”

The group then made their debut performance on November 22, 2022 on The Show with “Higher.” Fifty Fifty did not see particularly pronounced success in South Korea with the release of The Fifty, but they received praise internationally, being included by the Grammys in a list of “10 K-Pop Rookies to Watch in 2023,” alongside the likes of IVE and NewJeans.

So to summarize, Fifty Fifty made their debut on the date of November 18, 2022, with the EP The Fifty and the MV song, “Higher.” Videos for “Lovin’ Me” and “Log in” were released in advance of that date though.

Now that you know when they debuted, check out how old the Fifty Fifty members are now, or check out our comprehensive list of fun Fifty Fifty facts and trivia for each member! Or if you’re just curious to see what the members looked like prior to debut, check out our archive of Fifty Fifty member predebut photos and videos.

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  1. Fifty fifty members, you are musical artists not slaves to your stuiped and crule agency (liable), legally and internationally they have no rights to treat you that way, seems to me that your managers are trying to destroy your talents and life, by over working you to the max, immediately get the total amount of money your egency (managers, attrakt or lable) or whoever they are) owes you for your musical performances, your agents are being cruel to you because they Do not want to pay you for your talent and music , your agents are a group of theives, destroying young girls lives in any way they can, as a performer, you decide how much money you want every shows, and how many shows you like to do every year, if you are not ready and feeling sick, do not do any shows, do not over work your self and make yourself sick for some stuiped and ignorant agents who just want to use your talent and youth for his own benefits, as soon as you feel that agents or labels are being cruel to you, cancel you contracts and stop doing shows, you decide how many shows you can do and how much money you must get for every show, you must get your money after every show, do not sign contracts with theives agents, many agents are theives, they try to sign bad contracts with you, in reality if you are a musician, what you need an agent for, the agents must only take 10% of every shows income, 90% must be yours as a musician, do not let the agents to ruin you life, youth, talent and income, it is illegal to treat you inhumane and crule, my advice to you (fifty fifty) is to stop working for your bad agent and take them to court for every wrong doings they have down to you (fifty fifty), you play music and shows only when you want to and feeling well and healthy, always remember this advice, you decide where to play, when to play, who to do the shows with and how much money you want for every show, you must be able to control the agents all the time, do not let your agents to control you, my last word to you is that do not sign bad contracts with bad agents, always find good agents to help you if you need help, most the money for the shows (90 %) must be yours and only 10% must be the agent, because the musician is working hard every show using all that talent and energy, so the musician must take home most of the money after the show, thanks for patience, have a nice and happy day, may God be with you.

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