- Girls' Generation releases 'That Summer(0805)' for SM STATION
- Seventeen are Hilarious in 'Pretty U' Part Switch Version
- Mamamoo & GFriend Exchange Concepts and Songs on 'Showtime'
- I.O.I's sub-unit sings 'Whatta Man(Good Man)' in new teaser video
- Black Pink unveils D-4 teaser image featuring Jennie
Posted: 04 Aug 2016 10:02 AM PDT
Girls' Generation has released 'That Summer(0805)' in commemorate of their 9th anniversary.
The song is a beautiful ballad with its lyrics penned by Sooyoung, while the MV is fully animated about a bottle slowly sailing throughout various backdrops which are clearly all the concepts that Girls' Generation has done since their debut.
Check out the MV below
Posted: 04 Aug 2016 06:27 AM PDT
Seventeen finally releases the part switch version of their title track 'Pretty U' from their first full album. The boys have promised their fans that they are releasing this version during their promotions and the particular video is first released during their 3rd concert 'Shining Diamond' which was held on July 30-31.
Watch how the members hilariously take each others part in the video below:
Posted: 04 Aug 2016 05:11 AM PDT
Posted: 03 Aug 2016 09:04 PM PDT
I.O.I transforms into ultimate girlcrush in new teaser video for 'Whatta Man(Good Man)'.
The girls all dresses in black while showing their charisma through a powerful choreography, taken everyone by surprise as this is totally different from their cutesy debut concept.
The song will be released on August 9th. Meanwhile, check out the video below
Posted: 03 Aug 2016 11:24 PM PDT
It's D-4 until their debut, Black Pink has unveiled Jennie's individual teaser image.
Jennie was the girl mysterious girl starring in G-Dragon's 'That XX'. She also featured her voice in his track 'Black' from second solo album.
Meanwhile, Black Pink will make their debut on August 8th at 8PM KST.
[Update] Two more group teaser images have been released.
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