FIFTY FIFTY member Keena is about to happily receive her first payment for the music earnings with the group’s hit song “Cupid.”
ATTRAKT stated on November 9th, “The music settlement for FIFTY FIFTY will be soon made.” In connection with this, as confirmed by Star News, ATTRAKT plans to pay Keena what’s left after deducting from the profits generated during the group activities. The group made their profits mainly from their hit song “Cupid.”
CEO Jeon Hong Jun mentioned to Star News, “I understand that the settlement for domestic music revenue related to ‘Cupid’ came in around June. For revenue from overseas charts such as Spotify and iTunes, it takes from 4 to 9 months until settlement. ‘Cupid’ was released at the end of February, and I know the settlement for overseas chart music revenue took place around August to September,” he explained.
The official from ATTRAKT shared, “For this time, Keena will be the only member to receive the settlement as she has recently returned to the company. The payment will be made probably at the end of November.” What’s worth noting is that she’s finally rewarded after going through years of training period and legal disputes over the contract issue.
As Keena joins FIFTY FIFTY activities once again, she is also set to participate in the 2023 Billboard Music Awards.