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Korean hip-hop group M.I.B is living up to their name as the Most Incredible Busters.
The four-member group successfully completed their performances for their “M.I.B Tokyo Live AQUA BOMB” tour on July 12, gaining praise from both fans and media outlets.
The members of M.I.B decided to make their ZEPP tour encore performances in Japan special for their fans with each performer making their unique entrance onto the stage.
M.I.B was able to interact with fans because the venue allowed the audience to stand with the group and get the full Korean hip-hop experience.
M.I.B, which consists of members 5Zic, Cream, SIMS and KangNam, performed 19 of their hit songs during the course of the two hour concert. The rappers also took the opportunity to show off their solo performances as well.
The quartet has already scheduled their second fan meeting in Japan for September 4.
M.I.B made their debut in the Japanese music industry with their first solo concert last June, according to Allkpop. The boys held a live recording and handshaking event at Shikbuya Tower Records and held their concert at the Harajuku Astro Hall, successfully creating a solid fan base for themselves.
"Even though the promotion time is only two days, 20 big media companies and major labels wanted to do an interview or meet them, so we have to adjust their schedule. Since they’re finally making their long-planned overseas promotions happen, they’re going to definitely make a strong impression," their agency, Jungle Entertainment had stated.
A year after their 2011 debut, M.I.B started getting recognized for their music. The group was even featured on “KPOPULOUS,” which is a segment that is aired through Arirang TV’s “Pops in Seoul.”
Despite the group’s current success, M.I.B struggled when they first debuted, forcing them to work even harder and fight for their music.
"It might be fortunate for us that we didn’t do well right from the start because it might’ve made us lazy. It’s because we fared poorly that we were determined to create even better music and continue to grow," the boys told Sports Donga.