First African American Kpop Idol. The idol would not be included in the groups dance practice videos and sometimes skip on performances. Alexandra Alex Reid became the first African American musician to slowly break down this barrier in 2015 as the first Black K-pop idol.
She was an active. Alexandra was the first EVER American-African kpop idol she joined the group back in November 2015 and has been broiled in controversy ever since. RaNias Alex Billed as the first African American in a Korean K-pop group Alexandra Reids induction is preceded by artists like Yoon Mi Rae who debuted as part of Korean group Uptown.
Still Alexs presence shouldnt be slept on.
Alexandra was the first EVER American-African kpop idol she joined the group back in November 2015 and has been broiled in controversy ever since. Reid was the first African American female singer in K-pop active for nearly two years from late 2015 after joining Korean girl group Rania which was later renamed to BP Rania. They released a song with them singing and rapping in Korean. Reid has Swedish African American and Hungarian.