(G)I-dle (Korean: (여자)아이들; RR: Yeoja Aideul), stylized in all caps, is a South Korean multi-national girl group formed by Cube Entertainment in 2018. The group consists of six members: Miyeon, Minnie, Soojin, Soyeon, Yuqi, and Shuhua. On May 2, 2018, the group debuted with their first extended play, titled I Am with the title track "Latata". On July 31, 2019, the group debuted in Japan under U-Cube with Latata.
In 2018, the group was dubbed the "monster rookies" of the year and have been considered one of the most successful South Korean girl groups that do not hail from the "big three" record labels. Since their debut, the group has released six extended plays and eight singles, which include: "Latata", "Hann (Alone)", "Senorita", "Uh-Oh", "Lion", "Oh My God", "Dumdi Dumdi" and "Hwaa".
Relatively unusually for a K-pop girl group, (G)I-dle are directly involved in the creation of their music. In particular Soyeon has written or co-written (along with co-produced) the majority of the group's title song releases, with Minnie and Yuqi also co-writing a significant number of album songs. In conjunction with the release of their third EP I Trust in 2020, the group signed with Republic Records, an American record label, to pursue expansion into the U.S. marketplace. Upon its release, the group set the highest record for a South Korean girl group to top the iTunes Top Albums chart and the fourth girl group to sell 100,000 copies in the first week of sales. Their 2020 single album, Dumdi Dumdi broke the single album sales record, making it the second best selling girl group single album of all time. (G)I-dle also became the first K-pop group to get interviewed by Forbes China.