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Meet Gabi: The New Brazilian Member Of The Multinational K-Pop Girl Group Blackswan

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Two members have recently been added to the multinational K-Pop girl group Blackswan. After a round of global auditions through a project called “The Cygnus Project“, DR Music has announced that Blackswan will now be a 6-member group.

The members include Sriya from India and Gabi from Brazil. The duo has been attracting attention for their stunning visuals and how well fans think they will mesh with the group.

Let’s get to know more about member Gabi today. Make sure to read about Sriya in this article.

Blackswan Gabi’s full name is Gabriela Strassburger Dalcin. She is from Santa Catarina, Brazil, and was born on July 11, 2002.

Meet Gabi: The New Brazilian Member Of The Multinational K-Pop Girl Group Blackswan

DR Music

She used to be a member of the K-Pop dance cover group Queens of Revolution.

Here she is in the group’s cover of aespa’s ‘Black Mamba’.

 

She has said that she wants to become a K-Pop idol to give non-Asian K-Pop fans hope that they can one day also enter the industry. Gabi has noted that her style of singing doesn’t suit Brazilian pop and that the pop industry there is a lot harder to get into. However, she wants to bring her Brazilian culture to the forefront as a K-Pop idol, too.

Gabi wants to work hard and show her fans her talents. She has been taking musical theatre classes since she was 9 years old and has a wide vocal range. She can cover genres including opera and pop.

You can learn more about Gabi on her personal Instagram @gabsdalcin.

Meet Gabi: The New Brazilian Member Of The Multinational K-Pop Girl Group Blackswan

Blackswan Gabi’s Instagram

What do you think of Gabi? Are you looking forward to her debut with Blackswan? Let us know in the comments.

 



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