MYNAME to collaborate with ‘Japan’s Brave Brother’, HIRO for their Japanese album
- [Photos] Added first stills for the upcoming Korean movie “The Murderer”
- Kim Gura the Entertainment Prophet, Take Heed When This Man Speaks
- Krystal vs Go Ara vs Han Hye Jin, who wore it better?
Male group MYNAME announced that they will collaborate with ‘Japan’s Brave Brother’ HIRO.
On June 4th, MYNAME’s company H2 Media announced, “MYNAME will collaborate with Japan’s best hitmaker HIRO and his company DIGZ to pursue their music career in Japan.”
With the nickname ‘Japan’s Brave Brother’, HIRO is currently leading the Japanese music trend as both a composer and a producer. He has produced music for EXILE, Kumi Koda, Namie Amuro, Kana Nishino, Crystal Kay, and many other prominent artists.
HIRO commented, “I couldn’t help but be impressed by their vocals (MYNAME) which outshine the standard idol groups’ skills,” and “I think they will be the new group to lead the Hallyu wave in Japan.”
H2 Media added, “The Japanese version of the hit song ‘Message‘ will be released, and three brand new songs that the group worked on with the top producer will be included in the album.”
MYNAME will have a showcase performance in Tokyo on June 11th, and will release their album on July 25th.
[EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] Popular Indonesian Pop Group Nidji Wants to Collaborate With Rico Blanco, Big Bang, JYP; Exclaims They Are Big Fans Of Big Bang
Like Us on Facebook Coming to Sundown Festival all the way from Indonesia was the region's fastest growing band, Nidji (meaning 'rainbow' in Japanese). Like their name, the six-man ensemble consisting of Giring, Adri, Ariel, Run-D, Rama and Andro, is all about bringing colour and authenticity to their brand of pop alternative music. They have played more than 350 gigs to sell-out audience who swoon over their hits like Child, Hapuskan Aku and Biarlah. The band, who has been together for more than twelve years, is still keen in making music...
JYJ’s Kim Junsu and Gummy Collaborate on Remake of a K-Pop Classic
After appearing as a guest star in JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong’s concert, Gummy will be collaborating with another member of JYJ and fellow label mate Kim Junsu. According to a rep from C-JeS Entertainment on December 14, “Kim Junsu and Gummy partnered together to sing Kim Kwang Seok’s ‘The Reason For Love’ for a special album created in celebration of the opening of the musical ‘December,’ which will be released on December 18.” This special album commemorates the 50th birthday of singer Kim Kwang Seok, now deceased, and Kim Junsu and Gummy are gaining much interest through recording one of his most beloved hits...
SM Entertainment and Universal Studios Japan Collaborate and Open A Hologram TheaterTags : Dia, Japanwatch two wives korean drama, yonghwa and shin hye dating, what does gangnum style mean, beloved dramawiki, love 911, snsd power flower, gundam style music video, city conquest dramawiki, big bang taeyang, kwanghee before after surgery
SM Entertainment and Universal Studios Japan collaborated and opened Japan's first hologram theater. On December 12, they held the SM Town Hologram theater opening ceremony in Japan and had many local media attend. Like Us on Facebook 100 lucky fans were also chosen and attended the event as well. Also at this event, TVXQ made a surprise appearance and watched the hologram show as well. They stated, "This new hologram system is another way for fans to be able to see their favorite artists...