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Fire! Alan Walker, Yuqi, Jvke 02:03
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Chinese singer and dancer Song Yuqi (known as Yuqi) was born on September 23, 1999, in Beijing, China. Participating in the Cube Star World Audition Beijing Station in 2015, Yuqi successfully became a trainee under Cube Entertainment and on April 8, 2018, she was unveiled as a forthcoming member of (G)I-dle, Cube Entertainment's new girl group. Yuqi debuted with the group on May 2, 2018, releasing lead single "Latata" from their debut album, I Am. After spending the next few years focusing on group activities and her television career, Yuqi made her debut as a solo artist with her single album A Page on May 13, 2021, featuring singles "Giant" and "Bonnie & Clyde." In February 2023, Yuqi and her groupmate Miyeon contributed the song "Sweet Dream" to the soundtrack of the Netflix romantic comedy series Love to Hate You. Shortly after, Yuqi collaborated with the EDM producer team HypeerTime on "Not Cinderella" for the KakaoPage webtoon I Wasn't the Cinderella. On September 5, Yuqi and Miyeon released the single "How to Twerk" as part of the soundtrack for the Mnet dance competition show Street Woman Fighter 2, which reached number 85 on the Korean charts. Later, on December 14, Yuqi collaborated with Alan Walker and Jvke on the single "Fire!", marking her Korean solo debut with her first EP, Yuq1, on April 23, featuring lead singles "Could It Be" and "Freak." The EP climbed to number 2 on the Korean charts and 47 in Japan.