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I say mama-mama-moo~ Hello, we're MAMAMOO!

(I say 마마-마마-무~ 안녕하세요 마마무임니다!)

 
— MAMAMOO's greeting

Mamamoo (Korean: 마마무; stylized: MAMAMOO) is a South Korean girl group formed in 2014 under Rainbow Bridge World. They debuted on June 19, 2014 with the extended play Hello and the single Mr. Ambiguous. The group is primarily known for their retro, jazz, and R&B songs, as well as their vocal performances.

Social Media

Korean

  1. YouTube
  2. Twitter
  3. Instagram
  4. Facebook
  5. Fancafe
  6. Naver TV

Japanese

  1. Official site
  2. YouTube
  3. Twitter
  4. Article on Victor Entertainment's website

Career

2014

MAMAMOO collaborated with Bumkey and made Don't Be Happy, which was released on January 8. On February 11, they collaborated with K.Will and made Peppermint Chocolate, featuring Wheesung. On May 30, 2014, they released Heeheehaheho with rap duo Geeks.

MAMAMOO finally made their official debut on June 18, with the single Mr. Ambiguous and the extended play Hello. On November 21, they released the extended play Piano Man and the single Piano Man.

2015

MAMAMOO released Ahh Oop! on April 2, a collaboration with Esna. On June 19, they released the extended play Pink Funky, which included Ahh Oop!, and the single Um Oh Ah Yeh.

On August 23, they held their first fan meeting named "1st Moo Party".

2016

MAMAMOO held their first concert called "MAMAMOO Concert Moosical" on August 13 to 14. I Miss You and Taller than You were released on January 26 and February 12 respectively. Both were included in MAMAMOO's first studio album Melting, and the single You're the Best was the title track of it (February 26).

On August 31, they released the sub-unit singles Angel and DAB DAB. They released New York on September 21, and the three previously mentioned singles were included in their extended play Memory (November 7). Décalcomanie was the title track of the EP.

2017

On March 3 to 5, and August 19 to 20, MAMAMOO held a concert named "MAMAMOO Concert Moosical: Curtain Call". They released the extended play Purple on June 22, with the title track Yes I Am.

2018

On January 18, MAMAMOO released Paint Me, subsequently starting the Four Seasons, Four Colors project. The first EP of the project was Yellow Flower, and it was released on March 7 alongside the single Starry Night. They held a concert on August 18 and 19 titled "MAMAMOO Concert 4Seasons S/S". The second EP of the project was Red Moon, and it was released on July 16 with Egotistic as its title track.

On October 3, they released the Japanese version of Décalcomanie under the Japanese label Victor Entertainment. On October 5, they held their first Japanese concert tour titled "MAMAMOO 1st Concert Tour in Japan"; this was also part of the Four Seasons project. The third installment of the project, BLUE;S, was released on November 29 with the title track Wind Flower.

2019

On February 2, they released the Japanese version of Wind Flower. On March 14, the Four Seasons, Four Colors project ended with the EP White Wind and the single gogobebe. From April 19 to 21, they held the concert titled "MAMAMOO Concert 4Seasons F/W" as the grand finale of the project. They released the commercial single Gleam on July 24 for Davich Eyeglasses.

MAMAMOO released their first Japanese studio 4colors on August 7. On August 11, they held a Japanese concert titled "MAMAMOO 2nd Concert Tour in Japan: 4season Final" as the final concert of the project. The group then participated in Mnet's Queendom from August 29 to October 31; they performed Décalcomanie, I Miss You, and Destiny, as well as covers of other songs from the other contestants and singers outside the show. On November 14, they released the studio album reality in BLACK with the title track HIP.

2020

On February 19, they released the single Shampoo. Shampoo and the Japanese version of HIP were included in the the Japanese edition of reality in BLACK, released on March 11.

Discography

For other uses, see Discography (Disambiguation)

This is the simplified version of MAMAMOO's discography.

MAMAMOO has released extended plays, albums, single albums, singles, and OSTs.

Extended Play(s)

  1. Hello
  2. Piano Man
  3. Pink Funky
  4. Memory
  5. Purple
  6. Yellow Flower
  7. Red Moon
  8. BLUE;S
  9. White Wind

Album(s)

Korean Album(s)

  1. Melting
  2. reality in BLACK

Japanese Album(s)

  1. 4colors
  2. reality in BLACK -Japanese Edition-

Single Album(s)

  1. Décalcomanie -Japanese ver.-
  2. Wind Flower -Japanese ver.-

Single(s)

As the Lead Artist

Korean Single(s)
  1. Mr. Ambiguous (Mr. 애매모호)
  2. Piano Man
  3. Um Oh Ah Yeh (음오아예)
  4. I Miss You
  5. Taller than You (1cm의 자존심)
  6. You're the Best (넌 is 뭔들)
  7. New York
  8. Décalcomanie (데칼코마니)
  9. Yes I Am (나로 말할 것 같으면)
  10. Paint Me (칠해줘)
  11. Starry Night (별이 빛나는 밤)
  12. Rainy Season (장마)
  13. Egotistic (너나 해)
  14. Wind Flower
  15. gogobebe (고고베베)
  16. HIP
Japanese Single(s)
  1. Décalcomanie (Japanese Ver.)
  2. Wind Flower (Japanese Ver.)
  3. HIP (Japanese Ver.)
  4. Shampoo

As a Collaboration

  1. Don't Be Happy (행복하지마) (with Bumkey)
  2. Peppermint Chocolate (썸남썸녀) (with K.Will ft. Wheesung)
  3. Heeheehaheho (히히하헤호) (with Geeks)
  4. Ahh Oop! (아훕!) (with Esna)

As the Featured Artist

  1. Stand Up (Basick ft. MAMAMOO)

As a Promotion

  1. Girl Crush
  2. Woo Hoo (기대해도 좋은 날)
  3. Everyday (매일 봐요) (MAEIL BIO)
  4. Gleam (다 빛이나)

OST(s)

  1. Love Lane
  2. This Song (이 노래) (with Loco)
  3. My Everything (내 눈 속엔 너)
  4. Love
  5. Double Trouble Couple
  6. Open Your Mind (마음아 열려라)
  7. You in the Dream
  8. WOW
  9. I Miss You (자꾸 더 보고싶은 사람)

Concert(s)

This is the simplified version of MAMAMOO's concerts.

MAMAMOO has done concerts in Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.

2016

  1. MAMAMOO Concert Moosical (February 13-14) (Olympic Hall, Seoul)

2017

  1. MAMAMOO Concert Moosical: Curtain Call (March 3-5) (Olympic Hall, Seoul)
  2. MAMAMOO Concert Moosical: Curtain Call (August 19-20) (KBS Busan Hall, Busan)

2018

  1. MAMAMOO Concert 4Seasons S/S (August 18-19) (SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium, Seoul)
  2. MAMAMOO Concert 4Seasons S/S (September 1) (Xinzhuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City)
  3. MAMAMOO Concert 4Seasons S/S (September 2) (AsiaWorld–Expo, Hong Kong)
  4. MAMAMOO 1st Concert Tour in Japan (October 5) (Zepp Namba, Osaka)
  5. MAMAMOO 1st Concert Tour in Japan (October 7) (Stellar Ball, Tokyo)
  6. MAMAMOO 1st Concert Tour in Japan (October 9) (Zepp Nagoya, Nagoya)

2019

  1. MAMAMOO Concert 4Seasons F/W (April 19-21) (Jangchung Gymnasium, Seoul)
  2. MAMAMOO Concert 4Seasons F/W (June 15-16) (Xinzhuang Gymnasium, New Taipei City)
  3. MAMAMOO Concert 4Seasons F/W (July 27-28) (Daegu EXCO, Daegu)
  4. MAMAMOO Concert 4Seasons F/W (September 28) (AsiaWorld–Expo, Hong Kong)
  5. MAMAMOO 2nd Concert Tour in Japan: 4season Final (August 11) (Pacifico, Yokohama)
  6. MAMAMOO 2nd Concert Tour in Japan: 4season Final (August 13) (Zepp Osaka Bayside, Osaka)

2020

  1. MAMAMOO 3rd Concert Tour in Japan (TBA) (Dojima River Forum, Osaka)
  2. MAMAMOO 3rd Concert Tour in Japan (TBA) (Toyosu PIT, Tokyo)

Award(s) and Nomination(s)

Main article: Awards and Nominations

Filmography

Main article: Filmography
See also: MMMTV

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