TRI.BE Suspends All Schedules After The Demise Of Shinsadong Tiger


On February 23, KST, TRI.BE, the K-Pop girl group under TR Entertainment, announced that they are halting all comeback schedules following the death of producer Shinsadong Tiger.

TRI.BE | | @tribedaloca/Instagram Shinsadong Tiger | Naver

TRI.BE recently made a comeback with their fourth mini album, Diamond, on February 20. The group was scheduled to promote the album and even announced their Europe tour dates.

However, all of these plans have been put on hold for now. The group posted the announcement on their official Twitter page, apologizing for the abrupt cancellation. They also assured fans that the new broadcast schedules, as well as fan events, will be announced later.


금주 예정되어 있던 [Diamond] 컴백 일정이 취소 및 연기되어 안내드립니다.

방송을 포함한 스케줄은 추가적으로 안내 드릴 예정이며, 팬사인회를 비롯한 팬 이벤트의 일정의 경우 추후 공지를 통해 재안내 드리겠습니다.

팬 여러분에게 죄송하다는…

— 트라이비 (TRI.BE) (@tribedaloca) February 23, 2024

The announcement came after the heartbreaking news of Shinsadong Tiger’s passing. On February 23, he was found dead by an acquaintance at his residence. He was 40 years old.

Hit Song Producer Shinsadong Tiger Found Dead

Shinsadong Tiger played a key role in the career of TRI.BE as an executive producer of the group. He launched the 6-member group in 2021 and has been actively promoting their comebacks on his social media as recently as two days ago. He was also the genius behind the creation of EXID. One of his iconic productions was the group’s iconic hit “Up And Down.”

EXID | @EXIDofficial/Twitter

Apart from these two girl groups, the producer had worked with other K-Pop heavyweights such as BEAST (“Fiction”), 4MINUTE (Hot Issue), Apink (“No No No”), T-ARA (“Roly Poly”), and Momoland (“Bboom Bboom”).

We send our deepest condolences to all who mourn his demise.

 They announced it through social media. 

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