2NE1’s 2nd full album “CRUSH” is to be sold in Japan on March 19, in its Korean version.
YG Entertainment made the announcement on March 5, “Up to now 2NE1’s songs released in Japan were translated into Japanese, but this album will be sold as it is, which is Korean. The reason is that local related personnel who listened to the album gave good reviews on the original songs, so we decided to keep it this way.”
Park Bom’s lap dance
Do You Love Me
BOM & DARA
Gotta Be You
Can’t Nobody, Go Away, Ugly and goodbyes. Crowd requesting for an encore singing Missing You.
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CL thanks her beloved members
As girl group 2NE1 (CL, DARA, BOM, and MINZY) is drawing a big attention by disclosing the music of their new album and new music videos, people are now paying keen attention to what kind of performance they will showcase on the stage.
Source: Mina Kwon’s Twitter
Translated by: Cathy@WeLoveBom
Second LP’s “Come Back Home” and “Happy” visuals are lavish K-Pop studies in contrasts
Last week, 2NE1 released their second album in almost three and a half years, Crush, and now they’ve released a pair of head-spinningly hyperkinetic videos as if to underscore they weren’t wasting that time.
Above is the clip for “Come Back Home”: The song manages to veer between reggae-spiked contemporary pop (think that Shakira-Rihanna collaboration, or Bruno Mars) and trap, with a sensitive acoustic-guitar section. According to a press release, the video was 2NE1′s most expensive ever at roughly U.S. $470,000, and its virtual-reality premise puts that largesse to work, culminating in alternate-world terrorism and a dystopian future cityscape. “Happy,” below, is almost the exact opposite in every way except entertainment value; it’s sunny and strummy in a Spice Girls mold, with a cartoon-filled video to match, though it’s a reflection on a breakup, not a Pharrell-style call to clap your hands.
Source: SPIN Magazine