2AM’s Japanese debut single #1 on Tower Record’s pre-order chart
Group 2AM’s Japanese debut single is showing signs of a huge hit even before its release.
2AM’s debut single ‘Never let you go’ ranked #1 on Tower Record‘s online pre-order chart on the 4th.
This isn’t the only sign of 2AM’s huge potential in Japan. 2AM started the sales of their Japanese concert tour on December 17th of last year and the tickets sold out in just 10 minutes after making them available for purchase.
The mini album will contain the Japanese version songs from 2AM’s Korean album released in 2010. The songs ‘Even if I Die I can’t Let You Go’, ‘I’m sorry I can’t laugh for You’, and in total 3 tracks will be included.
2AM’s debut single will be released on the 11th in Japan and it will also be released in Korea towards the end of January.
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Source: OSEN via Nate
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