|Stage Name||Birth Name||Position||Birthday||Age||Height||Star Sign||C Y||BT|
|Solar 솔라||Kim Yongsun||Leader, Vocal, Visual||29||163 cm or 5'4"||Pisces||Ram||B|
|Moonbyul 문별||Moon Byulyi||Dancer, Rapper||27||165 cm or 5'5"||Capricorn||Monkey||B|
|Wheein 휘인||Jung Wheein||Vocal, Dancer||24||162 cm or 5'4"||Aries||Pig||B|
|Hwasa 화사||Ahn Hyejin||Vocal, Rapper, Maknae||24||162 cm or 5'4"||Leo||Pig||A|
Mamamoo 마마무 is a girl group formed by Rainbow Bridge World (formerly WA Entertainment) in 2014. The group officially debuted on June 18, 2014, with the song "Mr. Ambiguous." The group consists of Solar, Moonbyul, Wheein, and Hwasa. They are recognized for their retro, jazz, and R&B concepts and strong vocal performances
Korean producer Kim Dohoon discovered and produced the group. The name "Mamamoo" incorporates the word "Mama," one of the first sounds people make after birth. The intention is to show the group's will to create friendly and intimate music for the whole world.
Prior to their official debut, Mamamoo collaborated with several artists. Their first collaboration titled "Don't Be Happy" with Bumkey was released on January 8, 2014. A collaboration with K.Will titled "Peppermint Chocolate" featuring Wheesung was released on February 11, 2014. "Peppermint Chocolate" ranked 11th on the Gaon Digital Chart in its first week. On May 30, Mamamoo released a third collaboration with rap duo Geeks called "Hi Hi Ha He Ho."
After debuting in 2014, Mamamoo received the Rookie of the Year award from the 2014 Seoul Success Awards and the Gaon Chart K-pop Awards. In 2015, the group was named one of the Top 5 K-Pop Artists to Watch in 2015 by Billboard.
In June of 2015, Mamamoo came back with their second album, Pink Funky, and the song "Um Oh Ah Yeh." The album ranked at the top of 6 Korean major online charts. It also ranked at 7 on the Billboard World Album Chart.
The group made their official debut on June 18 with lead single "Mr. Ambiguous" from their first mini album Hello. The music video for "Mr. Ambiguous" contained cameo appearances from many well-known K-pop industry figures such as CNBLUE's Jonghyun, Baek Jiyoung, Wheesung, Jung Joonyoung, Bumkey, K.Will, and Rhymer. The album contained three previously released collaborations and four new songs. The group made their first live appearance on the June 19 episode of "M Countdown." On June 27, Mamamoo performed "Peppermint Chocolate" with K.Will and VIXX's Ravi on a "Music Bank" half-year special. On July 5, the group held a guerrilla concert at Hongik University in Hongdae. In July, Mamamoo released their first original soundtrack contribution titled "Love Lane" for the Korean drama "Marriage, Not Dating."
On November 21, Mamamoo released their second mini-album, Piano Man. The title track peaked at 41 on Gaon's digital chart. By the end of 2014, Mamamoo ranked tenth highest among idol girl groups for digital sales, 19th in album sales, and 11th in overall sales according to Gaon's year-end rankings. On the January 10 episode of competitive singing show "Immortal Songs 2," Mamamoo performed a rendition of Joo Hyunmi's "Wait a Minute," reaching the final round before losing to Kim Kyungho.
On April 2, 2015, Mamamoo released "Ahh Oop!," the first single of their third mini-album titled Pink Funky. "Ahh Oop!" marked the group's second collaboration with label mate Esna, after she was featured in "Gentleman" on their second mini-album, Piano Man. On June 13, the group traveled to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, to perform at an event sponsored by the South Korean Embassy with Crayon Pop and K-Much. The event was a commemorative concert held in honor of the 25th anniversary of diplomatic ties between South Korea and Mongolia.
On June 19, Mamamoo released their third mini-album, Pink Funky, and lead single "Um Oh Ah Yeh." The song was a commercial success, peaking at number three on the Gaon chart, becoming their first top three single. On August 23, after promotions concluded, Mamamoo held their first fan meeting, entitled "1st Moo Party," for a total of 1,200 fans at the Olympic Park in Seoul. Tickets for the fan meeting sold out within one minute, so the group added an additional meeting for 1,200 more fans the same night. They also held another "Moo Party" in Los Angeles, which took place on October 4. This was their first trip to the United States. Mamamoo also collaborated and performed with label mate Basick on the Korean rap survival show "Show Me the Money."
On August 29, Mamamoo returned to "Immortal Song 2" with a rendition of Jo Youngnam's "Delilah." On October 31, Mamamoo returned to "Immortal Song 2," singing a rendition of Korean trot singer Bae Ho's song "Backwood's Mountain 두메산골." Their performance earned their first overall win on "Immortal Song" with 404 points.
On January 26, 2016, Mamamoo pre-released an R&B ballad, "I Miss You", from their first full-length album, Melting. On February 12, another track, "1cm/Taller Than You", was pre-released with a music video. The full album was released on February 26, debuting at number 3 on the Gaon chart. "You're the Best (넌 is 뭔들)" also debuted at number three but peaked at number one the following week, becoming their first number-one single.
On March 6, they received their first music show win with the song "You're the Best" on "Inkigayo," followed by wins on "Music Bank," "M Countdown," and other music shows. They received eight wins in total for the single. On March 16, Mamamoo performed in Austin, Texas at SXSW's K-Pop Night Out. A little over three months later, they returned to the United States, performing at KCON NY on June 25. Alongside girl group GFriend, they starred in the seventh season of the reality show "Showtime."
On August 31, Mamamoo released the singles "Angel" and "Dab Dab." The first was from vocals Solar and Wheein; the latter was from rappers Moonbyul and Hwasa. On September 21, Mamamoo released their follow-up digital single "New York" and accompanying music video. After wrapping up promotions for "New York," Mamamoo's agency announced that the group would make their comeback on November 7 with their fourth mini album, Memory. The lead single for Memory was announced to be "Décalcomanie."