Tag: Sm Town
After 11 years of absence, the project group S has reunited and comeback successfully with spectacular performances at the SM Town Live World Tour IV Concert in Shanghai, China. The concert has filled up the hall with more than 30,000 fans from all over the world.. ... Read more
It seems like 2014 has been a year of comebacks for the first generation wave of K-Pop. Joining the list is SM Entertainment‘s former project group S who will be making a comeback after eleven years. . ... Read more
The J.Tune Camp’s new boy group, MAD TOWN, finally launched their debut music video for “YOLO”.
MAD TOW is filled with seven members including Moos, Daewon, Lee Geon, Jota, Heo Jun, Buffy, and H.O.
After this MV is released, MAD TOWN received many positive feedbacks from fans. Besides, the idols were especially praised for their hip-hop choreography of the track.
In this MV, the viewers can have a brief look at the dance skill as well as the vocals of the group. “YOLO” lures listeners with the hip-hop dance track infused with rap and smooth vocal.. ... Read more
(Photo : SM Entertainment Japan) SM Entertainment”s in Japan
The list of performers for SM Entertainment”s label concert “SM Town Live World Tour IV in Tokyo” had to be modified because four idols are unable to attend. . ... Read more
J.Tune Camp introduced the last 4 members of their upcoming 7-member boy group, Mad Town, which includes their previously debuted rapper unit Pro C.
The agency opened an official fan cafe for the group on September 25 with profiles of leader Moos (part of Pro C), main dancer Daewon, and main vocalist Lee Geon, and now Jota, Heo Jun, Buffy, and H.O have been revealed.. ... Read more
J.Tune Camp introduced 3 members of their upcoming 7-member boy group, Mad Town, which includes their previously debuted rapper unit Pro C.
The agency opened an official fan cafe for the group on the 25th with profiles of 3 members. The profiles show leader Moos (part of Pro C), main dancer Daewon, and main vocalist Lee Geon. The other members will be introduced on the 26th. . ... Read more
J.Tune Camp raised a lot of interest by recently posting a lot of pictures of different K-Pop celebrities holding up signs that said, “Welcome to Mad Town.” People speculated this could mean an upcoming MBLAQ comeback or a new boy group. If you guessed the latter, you were correct! . ... Read more