FFC Acrush is a new Chinese boy band with a twist: All of the members are young women in their 20s. The group of five already has a rabid following in China despite the fact that it hasn't yet made its formal debut; the first music video from FFC Acrush comes out at the end of April. When the group members talk and when promotional material is issued the words "boy" and "girl" are avoided, with "handsome youths" substituted instead.
Fans of FFC Acrush are predominantly female and know the group is made up of young women as opposed to teenage boys. That hasn't stopped FFC Acrush from soaring to popularity, though. The group is the first of its kind in China (and perhaps the world) but not the country's first androgynous pop act.
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Chinese Boy Band FFC Acrush is Made Up of Five Female Members
- By: Michael HinesApr 4, 2017