2NE1 Garnering Popularity from Worldwide
- Lady Gaga & Psy to join 2NE1 & Big Bang at South Korea Festival!
- 2NE1 ALL OR NOTHING WORLD TOUR soon in the Philippines + teaser video!
- Sports Illustrated Highlights K-Pop Fashion Trends And The Increasing Popularity Of NBA Merchandise Among Idols
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2NE1 Garnering Popularity from Worldwide
Girl group 2NE1 is turning heads as fans embrace their bold, stylish transformation in their latest electro-trot single “I Love You.”
YG Entertainment’s 2NE1 didn’t disappoint their eager fans once again with genre-breaking song. Latest single is the first love song since the group’s debut straying away from their previous confident mega hits of “I Don’t Care,” and “I Am the Best.”
It seems the experimental song also caught the attention of celebrity blogger Perez Hilton. As he stated, “We ADORE this popalicious track, despite the fact that we can only understand one phrase!”
He continued, “It’s K-Pop incarnate, with catchy beats that hammer into your brainz till you are blinded by its musical magic!”
SPIN magazine in a blog post praised “I Love You,” describing it as a “perfect summation of pop’s present and future.”
SPIN’s post stated, “We love them. Well yesterday they dropped their most recent single ‘I Love You’ and it’s a stone doozy, a perfect summation of pop’s present and future: those Guetta-style soccer-riot synths glowing and pulsing, ghostly background vocals creating smoke around the neon, and a stuttering Ke$ha-gone-’Stay Fly’ rap in English.”
The unconventional song seems to satisfy not only Korean sentiments but non-K-Pop listeners as the song fuses trot with a base of electro beats.
The girls’ latest single has been sweeping music charts left and right. Korean comeback single “I Love You,” released on July 5 within hours achieved an all-kill on many real-time music charts.
2NE1 is gearing up to kick off their first world tour “New Evolution,” staring on July 28 in Seoul and continue through 10 major cities in 7 countries of Asia, Europe and the U.S.2ne1 2012 i love you
Lady Gaga & Psy to join 2NE1 & Big Bang at South Korea Festival!
Lady Gaga and Psy will be joining 2NE1 and Big Bang on a summer music festival in South Korea. The South Korea Festival will be held at Seoul's Olympic stadium from August 15 to 16, 2014. This event will feature the big names in K-Pop and their ironic anticipated unexpected great performances will be showcased. Lady Gaga will perform on the second day of the festival. On Lady Gaga's first concert in South Korea in April 2012, many religious groups voiced out that they wanted her show to be cancelled as they believed that she was promoting homosexuality and pornography...
2NE1 ALL OR NOTHING WORLD TOUR soon in the Philippines + teaser video!
MANILA, the Philippines. 2NE1 will be coming back in the Pearl of the Orient to entertain their Filipino Blackjacks with their 'ALL OR NOTHING 2014 2NE1 World Tour.' 2NE1 will definitely make theirs fans go gaga with their return concert on May 17th at 8:00PM at the Mall of Asia Arena. This concert will also mark the 5th anniversary celebration of 2NE1 since their debut in May 2009 with their charthitting single 'Fire...
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