The Brown Eyed Girls (Hangul: 브라운 아이드 걸스, Japanese: ブラウン・アイド・ガールズ), often abbreviated as B. G., BG or 브아걸 (beu-ah-geol) is a South Korean girl group managed by Mystic Entertainment. E" and their retro-dance number "How Come," though cemented their position in the K-pop world in 2009 with "Abracadabra", with its electronica-based genre, pioneering (albeit controversial) concept, dance entitled 'The Arrogant Dance (시건방춤)'—successfully ingraining themselves into modern popular culture.
The four members - Je A, Narsha, Ga In and Miryo - performed several small shows under the name "Crescendo" before officially debuting as Brown Eyed Girls in 2006. Je A released her first solo album, "Just Je A", in 2013.
She is the last of the members of Brown Eyed Girls to release a solo album.
Aside from being a singer she's also a composer and producer.
She started composing for her group with their second album and later on wrote songs for other artists also.
The group's leader, Jea, was the one responsible of the group's creation and was actively involved in the selection of the other members, picking out Miryo, who was known as a great female rapper from the hip-hop community having previously worked with other fellow rappers, such as Gil Seong-joon from Leessang, and the main female rapper in well-known hip-hop group Honey Family.