Girl Group XG on Rapping In 3 Different Languages

Ever since making their debut in the Spring of 2022 with their single "Tippy Toes", 7-member multi-lingual girl group XG has been making some big waves all over the world with their incredible rapping skills and inspiring their fans (aka the ALPHAZ) from every walk of life! Their name stands for "Xtraordinary Girls", and Jurin, Chisa, Harvey, Hinata, Juria, Maya, and Cocona are certainly all that and more, with their single "GALZ XYPHER" absolutely blowing up on TikTok. Young Hollywood got the chance to catch up with these talented young ladies to find out a little bit more about them, including when they first started rapping, how they handle performing in English, Korean, AND Japanese, and what's "xtraordinary" about themselves, plus they describe their personal style and reveal their dream collaborations!

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