In an episode of Mnet Superstar K4, the special judge Yoon Gun said Roy Kim had great potential to succeed as a ′music chart-oriented′ singer. Yoon Gun meant that though his performances may get old after a while, his songs would stay on music charts for a long time.
His thoughts actually matched the aim of a new program that recently launched: KM′s Music Triangle.
The reason this show only looks at music chart ranks and nothing more is proven on its stage. The music performed by these music chart warriors ensnare the eyes and ears, and make the show especially interesting by concentrating only on the music itself.
Every episode has a special theme. The upcoming October 31 broadcast of the show will feature ballad singers to invite in the autumn mood.
K.Will, the no. 1 singer on Mnet.com′s chart for the last week of October, will appear onstage this day. His single Please Don′t is a ballad song that fits the cold autumn air, and since its release on October 11 has stayed on the top of numerous music charts. In Music Triangle, he will prove just why his single and his voice is so loved.
Urban Zakapa will be singing on TV for the first time its first single cut from its second studio album. Same Love Same Separation is a dramatic piece, and contains Urban Zakapa′s trademark harmony along with its deep emotions.
Son Seung Yeon is well known for her skills, as she is the winner of Mnet′s Voice of Korea. She debuted through the previous episode of Music Triangle, and again she plans to paint the stage this day with her sad ballad Heart, My Heart.
John Park will also be dropping his performance onstage this day. He will sing Childlike, the OST for the film A Werewolf Boy, and introduce the songs he listens to the most.
Outside of the ballad special, there will be a wide variety of genres to shine onstage. House Rulez, the electronica performance band, Public Stereo, the rookie three-member dance unit, EXID, Miss $, Girl′s Day, Soul Dive and Block B will decorate the stage.
Music Triangle is Korea′s first music rank show based 100 percent on online music charts. It airs every Wednesday on KM and Mnet.
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