Careless Music, the record label led by James Reid, teased a possible collaboration with South Korean entertainment agency Starship Entertainment, and it looks like newly signed Careless artist Liza Soberano will be part of the project!
On Monday, July 4, Careless Music CEO Jeffrey Oh took to his Instagram story to share a snap of himself with James, Liza, Kirby Lee of management agency Transparent Arts, and DJ Virman of music group Far East Movement at what appears to be the headquarters of Starship Entertainment.
“Careless X Starship,” he simply wrote in the post.
James reposted the photo on his own Instagram Story with no added caption.
No further details were provided by either of the two agencies.
Several K-Pop groups such as MONSTA X, Cosmic Girls, CRAVITY, and IVE, as well as solo artists K.Will, Wonho, and Jeong Sewoon are currently signed with Starship Entertainment.
This wouldn’t be the first collaboration of Careless with K-Pop artists. Last March, James released “Hello 2.0 (Legends Only)," his collaborative single with GOT7’s JAY B and Taiwanese-American singer and rapper ØZI. The single’s star-studded music video featured Liza, other Careless talents including Nadine Lustre, and more international artists such as Jay Park and MOMOLAND’s Nancy.
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