August 4, 2022 -- South Korea's first black K-pop idol, Fatou, of the girl-group Blackswan will be releasing her first solo mixtape album "PWAPF" on August 19 KST. "PWAPF" stands for "Psycho with a Pretty Face" and will include the tracks "Castle Key (ROLL)", "Gucci (PWAPF)", and "Lingo (Stunna)".
Fatou participated in writing and composing the songs alongside R&B singer-songwriter and music producer Leanon.
Blackswan originally debuted in 2011 as Rania with the EP Teddy Riley, the First Expansion In Asia, but later reformed in 2016 as BP Rania and released two EPs before rebranding again back to Rania in 2018 and then eventually to Blackswan in 2020. The multinational girl group now consists of members Fatou (Senegalese-Belgian), Leia (Brazilian-Japanese), Gabi (Brazilian-Dutch), and Sriya (Indian).
Meet the members!
Main Rapper, Lead Dancer, Sub-Vocalist
Vocalist, Visual, Lead Rapper
Take a look at Blackswan's live performance on 'The Show'!
Check out this fun video introducing Blackswan's newest members Gabi and Sriya!
Check out Fatou's reaction to Koreans' racial stereotypes!
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