The Wonder Girls‘ return to the Korean music scene has been nothing short of explosive: after releasing two batches of photo teasers that blew everyone away with the ladies’ mature transformations, the Wonder Girls have delivered an incredibly fierce video teaser for their comeback album!
With equal levels of sophistication and elegance exhibited in the previous releases, this video has got everything that fans have been anticipating: a gorgeous set, and a rocker-chic transformation that exceeds expectations. The teaser opens with a powerful vocal note, followed by flashes of each member amid a room of hanging lightbulbs and music equipment, with visuals full of hairflips, studs and leather. Read the rest of this entry
A few days ago female group 2NE1 released a preview of their first Japanese single, “Go Away” with the covers and tracklist.
With less than a month away, 2NE1 has unveiled the full music video to “Go Away”. Unlike the original version, the Japanese video is full of color, cuteness, and takes place in a club like setting. Read the rest of this entry
Last year, T-ara had everyone in Korea snapping their fingers to their ultra-catchy song, “Yayaya“, and this year, they plan to have Japan do the same.
The PV for “Yayaya” was revealed online today, and the girls have high hopes for their 2nd Japanese single. They brought back the Native American Read the rest of this entry
After debuting with “Bang!” earlier this year, After School is returning to Japan with a remake of their hit “Diva“! Their agency Avex Entertainment has just released a 1:22 PV teaser on Youtube for fans worldwide to enjoy.
Although it doesn’t reveal the full track, it looks like the Japanese version will have noticeable differences as opposed to its original. The wardrobe takes a step away from the bright concept of the original for a black, white and pink theme, and the MV even features shots of dance sequences with choreography and outfits reminiscent of “Let’s Step Up” during “Shampoo” promotions. The track itself also gets an electronic twist. Read the rest of this entry
SS501‘s Kim Kyu Jong galvanized fans a few weeks back when he released his very first solo music video for “Yesterday“. His ‘suspender dance’ became so popular that he’s now unveiled a dance version of “Yesterday” for fans to follow and gawk over. Read the rest of this entry
Rania made a splash earlier in April when they made their debut, and now they’re ready to make their comeback!
On October 21st, representatives revealed that Rania is currently preparing for the release of their mini-album later this year. Having left the wings of Teddy Riley, the girls Read the rest of this entry
A few days ago, we reported that2NE1 was working on their first Japanese single called “Go Away“. As the title suggests, the single will hold a Japanese version of “Go Away”, with “It Hurts” acting as its B-side.
Some short audio clips have made their way onto the net, and it’s amping up anticipation for the single’s November release. Read the rest of this entry
2NE1 is preparing to rock Japan with their first Japanese single, “Go Away“, and we’ve got the preview for their PV!
(Instead of using the term ‘music video’, or ‘MV’, the Japanese music industry uses ‘promotional video’ or ‘PV’).
Scheduled to hit shelves on November 16th, “Go Away” will come in three versions: two CD+DVDS (‘Type A’ and ‘Type B’) as well as ‘CD-Only’. ‘Type A’ will hold the music video for “Go Away” as well as its making-of clip, while ‘Type B’ will include an episode of ’2NE1 TV’ as well as highlights from the YGEX press conference. Read the rest of this entry
Anticipation is on the rise for T-ara‘s new music video, as the girls released photos from the set today!
T-ara and actors Cha Seung Won and Ji Chang Wook began filming in an empty warehouse on October 18th. The MV was announced to be a 30-minute drama-style video, and judging by the pictures, it seems like we can look forward to a bunch of heart-racing action scenes. Read the rest of this entry
2PM‘s Taecyeon and Wooyoung have transformed into road warriors for the latest issue of ‘Cosmopolitan‘ magazine.
The idols wore Ebisu denim and perfectly delivered a look that was both rugged and sexy. Taecyeon and Wooyoung seemed to bring a modern twist to the ‘Drifter‘ look, which emphasizes motorcycle boots, heavy jackets, and dark denim. Aside from Ebisu, other brands like Hunter rainboots could be seen. Read the rest of this entry