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After wrapping up promotions for UI in Korea back in August, powerful vocalist Ailee looked to Japan to advance her music career! The talented artist is currently signed under YMC Entertainment and joined hands with Warner Music Japan to release her Japanese debut single, Heaven. The single will be available for purchase starting November 6.
According to YMC Entertainment, Ailee has been preparing for her Japanese debut since her trainee days.
Fans on YouTube have appreciatively noted, I love that her company takes her [music] seriously! Instead of just translating the song, they re-arranged it for this new market! and The music does fit [with] most Japanese pop tunes and I love it!
Check out the full music video here and subscribe to Warner Music Japans YouTube channel for more updates on Ailees debut activities in Japan!
Posted: February 6, 2012 2:44 PM EST ailee
Ailee released her debut song Heavens teaser video. Although she maybe a rookie in the K-Pop industry shes well known for charismatic performances and exceptional vocals. She is starring in the KBS drama Dream High 2, alongside SISTARs Hyroin and T-aras JIyeon.
The song written and produced by Wheesung, was composed collaboratively with Iggy and Seo Yong Bae. The digital singe will release on February 9.
Former YouTube star Ailee has finally released the full music video for her debut song, “Heaven“!
Ailee attracted much interest after she blew the audience away with her rendition of “Halo” by Beyonce on MBC‘s Chuseok special, ‘Singers and Trainees‘. She is currently starring in the KBS 2TV drama, ‘Dream High 2‘, and will now kick off her debut promotions on major music programs.
Armed with powerful vocals and a strong stage presence, Ailee is destined to stand out and become one of K-Pop’s top rookies of 2012.
Check out her debut MV below!
BEAST’s Lee Ki Kwang will be appearing in Ailee’s upcoming music video for “Heaven.”
On February 7, Ailee’s official homepage, youtube, and Melon all relased the teaser for her official debut digital single “Heaven.” During the teaser, it is shown that Lee Ki Kwang appears on the music video.
The teaser shows Ailee and Lee Ki Kwang looking at each other as lovers. Ailee looks like an innocent girl in love, while Lee Ki Kwang is wearing a black suit. During the music video however, it is suggested that there is some kind of love triangle going on.
Ailee recently appeared on “Dream High 2,” her music, dance, and acting skills are all beginning to gain recognition. The song "Heaven" was written and composed by Wheesung before he last for his military duties.
Ailee will release her first digital single “Heaven” on February 9. Afterwards she will actively promote the song by appearing on shows.
Solo singer Ailee and MBLAQ's Lee Joon acted as a couple for a music video.
Ailee released the music video for her new song "Singing Got Better" on the 6th. In it, she showed off her acting skills as someone who is in love with MBLAQ's Lee Joon.
Her agency YMC Entertainment stated, "Ailee and Lee Joon met for the first time through this music video shoot. As soon as they met they had to go into acting like lovers, so there were many awkward moments and NG scenes. However, they immersed themselves in heartwarming love scenes to a heartbreaking farewell scene. Their great emotional acting received praise from the staff."
"Singing Got Better" is a song about Ailee and Lee Joon, who fostered a short but beautiful love while doing music together. Later they break up. Thereafter, Ailee succeeds, and relives the painful moments of her past.
Ailee said, "I was really flustered having to start acting in love as soon as we met, but Lee Joon, who has more acting experience, really helped me. Thanks to him I quickly overcame any awkwardness and was able to seriously get into the scene. I really enjoyed the shoot."
Ailee's "Singing Got Better" is a rock ballad song that was written and composed by singer Wheesung. Ailee has been receiving praise for bringing an even better vocal sound with this new song. She will be going into full-fledged activities for her new song, starting with her performance on MBC Music's "Show Champion" on the 8th.
To get this out of the way, I'm just going to start by saying that this song didn't really burst out of the regular Kpop seams. When you first hear it-- and let's say you haven't been tracking her previous songs-- there is nothing superior about it, but it does grow on you after a couple more listens. The songs itself is a hard 7 out of 10. It's catchy, it has a repetitive quality with the lyrics, which is mainly what makes it catchy. And the beat holds it own with a sort of jazzy, bourlesque-ish feel to it.
And that is what makes the music video a solid 8 out of 10. It's consistent, it's glamorous, and it's in line with the song. Everything about this video screams lights and glitter, an explosion of decadent colors that the song might have paled a little in comparison to, but only by a hair's width.
The music video starts off with finesse, just the clack of Ailee's heels (which look fantastic and painful, by the way) and the image of her entering the back room. A phone call resonates and she picks it up, and judging by her unimpressed expression, the lyrics that follow are definitely pertaining to an ex that she no longer cares for because of their constant bickering and fighting, and how all of that is consuming her way too much than a relationship should.
In the video, we also catch some very minor details, like how the video plays off of the lyrics. I don't know exactly how intentional this is, but during the first verse, Ailee sings about how she no longer smiles because of the person she is singing too, and true to her word, she doesn't smile throughout the video until the moment she slides the ring off of her finger-- which I can only assume is a gift of some sort from the ex lover. This scene is later in the video, around the bridge of the song, right after make up finishes her prepping her eyes (which also is right where the lyrics state something about Ailee tired of crying, or having no intention of crying-- details). She slips the ring off, gives her reflection a brief smirk, and then leaves the ring on the table while she proceeds with her life baggage-free.
There's nothing much to say about the dance, Ailee isn't exactly known to be a great dancer. She is, however, a heavy belting singer, and if there is one final thing the song should be credited for, it's the fact that it utilized her vocal range well.
Overall, I'd say this music video deserves a 7 out of ten. What did you guys think?
Talented solo artist Ailee is gearing up to make her debut in Japan this fall.
On September 5th, Warner Music Japan released a teaser video for Ailees Japanese debut single Heaven on its official Youtube channel. The single album will be the translated version of her Korea debut single of the same title released in February of last year.
According to her agency, Ailee been preparing for her debut in Japan and she has even been learning Japanese. After introducing her single to the Japanese market, she plans a full-scale activities throughout Asia.
Check out the teaser below:
Ailee injured her left ankle on Wednesday, leaving many fans to wonder if she would be able to appear in a scheduled performanceThey say the show must go on.
And that's exactly the philosophy that South Korean singer Ailee apparently holds.
Ailee injured her left ankle on Wednesday, leaving many fans to wonder if she would be able to appear in a scheduled performance on the Korean Broadcasting System program "Music Bank"on Friday to celebrate the release date of her new album "A's Doll House."
But a representative from the singer's record label YMC Entertainment told the South Korean publication Sports Chosun that Ailee was determined to perform.
"Ailee fell on July 10 and seriously injured her left ankle. She received treatment, but she is still experiencing pain. Yet, she showed a strong will to make her comeback, and she went on stage thinking of her fans who waited for her new album," the rep said.
"She will continue to receive treatment while continuing her album promotions."
The 24-year-old singer first burst onto the K-pop scene in February with her hit single "Heaven." The singer's first EP "Invitation" followed soon after.
According to reporter Lee Hi Ji of the publication TENASIA, Ailee is giving Lee Hyori a run for her money as the Beyonce of Korea.
"[Ailee] has been proving herself worthy of her nickname as Korea's Beyonce through KBS's idol star singing competition show 'Immortal Songs 2,'" Lee wrote on June 19.
The first single from Ailee's second album, "UI", produced by hot upcoming producer Shinsadong Horangyim, is a high energy jazz-infused romp, complete with a full brass horn section.
Soompi reader Sweetlollies sympathizes with Ailee's predicament, being injured at this critical moment in her career.
"I hope she will get better soon," Sweetlollies wrote. "I really love the new song!"
Ljane Salibat Gunsi left a brief but undeniably accurate message for the singer.
"Oh, that's bad," he wrote. "Get well soon."
Check out the music video for "UI" Ailee's debut single off of her new EP "A's Doll House" RIGHT HERE
Rising K-Pop diva Ailee has unleashed the music video for UI, the title song from her second mini album, “A’s Doll House.”
The mini album contains six tracks: UI, No No No, Rainy Day, Ill Be Ok, Relationship Rumor, and How Could This Happen? Ailee covers a range of genres in the album, from punk, pop, contemporary RB, slow tempo RB, and hybrid soul.
UI is composed and written by Shinsadong Tiger and Kupa, and emphasizes Ailees power house vocals through a funky rhythm and strong brass intrumental.
YMC Entertainment also uploaded a video of various actors and singers supporting Ailee and her new album, from EXO to Infinite, and veteran actor Ahn Sung Ki.
Ailees first comeback stage will be on KBS Music Bank today, July 12 KST.
Best of Asia singer BoA released the music video for Between Heaven and Hell from the drama Shark OST through her agencys official SMTOWN YouTube channel. SMTOWN also released a complimentary clip from the drama where the song is heard.
Between Heaven and Hell is a hauntingly beautiful ballad sung by the singers distinct and signature voice. The music video is a compiled mostly of the scenes with the young Han Isoo and Jo Hae Woo characters. Son Ye Jin and Kim Nam Gils adult portrayal of the characters also make an appearance.
The drama clip is from the scene where Son Ye Jin remembers a romantic moment she had in the forest as a child as Kim Nam Gil watches from behind a tree.
Shark airs Mondays and Tuesdays on KBS.