The Boyz’s Agency Releases Statement Regarding Music Leak, Asks Fans For Help
Cre.Ker Entertainment has released a statement regarding a recent online post containing a leak of The Boyz’s new song to be released on November 29. The agency stated that they are currently looking into the matter and asked fans for their help in finding out the truth of the situation.
Here is the full statement:
“Hello, this is Cre.Ker Entertainment.
“This is an announcement for fans regarding what was posted online prior to the release of The Boyz’s new mini album ‘The Only.’
“We are currently looking into fans’ concerns about a potential leak of the new song to be released on November 29.
“We haven’t given any files of unreleased music to the artists, and even within the agency, only select employees are given unreleased music files. As we had taken careful security precautions, we are taking this situation very seriously.
“We are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the online post. We are taking the necessary steps to find out what happened, leaving open various possibilities, including a leak during work with outside companies prior to the album release and group promotions.
“In the event that the online post is confirmed as a music leak, it would be a serious violation of the law, and the agency will do everything we can hold the perpetrator responsible, with both civil and criminal law.
“This is a crime that cannot be ignored, and we will be taking firm countermeasures.
“We are continuing to receive fan tips regarding the matter. If you believe you know anything or suspect something regarding the online post, we ask that you promptly send in a tip. Additionally, we ask that fans report any illegal leaks and acts of distribution.
“To prevent any further damage, we ask fans not to consume or share content that has not been released through official channels.
“With regards to the new album, the final mastered version was completed at 3 p.m. on November 23, so we are letting fans know that the file posted online is not the final version.
“We will take even more care with close monitoring to prevent something like this from happening again.
“We apologize for causing concern to the fans who have shown the group so much love ahead of the release of their new album, and we ask for your continued support for The Boyz.