Although it’s been awhile since the Baby Good Night music video was released, B1A4 decided it’s never too late to reveal a dance practice version.
B1A4 Good Night
Although we dont know why they decided to release the practice video so late, well take anything we can get from these adorable boys. Check out the video belowcan you learn how to do the dance?
The original Korean version of “Baby Good Night” was released in May as part of their repackaged “Ignition” album. For the Japanese version, the song uses the title ”Oyasumi Good Night” and will be released on August 29. The single will also contain the Japanese version of “Baby I’m Sorry.”
The original Korean version of Baby Good Night was released in May as part of their repackaged Ignition album. For the Japanese version, the song uses the title Oyasumi Good Night and will be released on August 29. The single will also contain the Japanese version of Baby Im Sorry.
Previously B1A4 released their debut Japanese single Beautiful Target on June 27. It seemed to be a successful start to their Japanese promotions as they reached #4 on Japans Oricon Charts.
On August 17th, Japanese agency Pony Canyon released the full music video for B1A4's 2nd Japanese single, "Oyasumi Good Night."
"Oyasumi Good Night" is the Japanese version of B1A4's Korean hit, "Baby Good Night," which was released on their first length album's special edition, "Ignition."
Revealing the colorful and fun personalities that they are known for in the music video, B1A4 takes on the "cute playboy" concept. Throughout the music video, the members of B1A4 work together to woo girls after girls.
To celebrate the release of "Oyasumi Good Night," B1A4 will be holding commemorative showcases in Tokyo and Osaka with afternoon and evening sessions at each location. The group is planning to perform with two different themes, with the afternoon show being "The Boys" and the evening show being "The Men." Hence, the first show will allow B1A4 to show off their familiar flower boy charms, while the evening show will allow them to showcase a more masculine charm.
In order to participate in the showcase, fans must purchase any edition of the Japanese release which will be released in three different versions: the Limited Edition A, Limited Edition B and the Regular Edition.
B1A4 just released their Japanese debut single "Beautiful Target" last week, but their official website was already updated with news about a second single release later this year.
The five member group is set to reveal their second single, "Oyasumi Good Night" as a Japanese version of "Good Night". Its b-side was revealed to be a Japanese version of another one of their recent Korean title tracks, "Baby I'm Sorry."
"Oyasumi Good Night" will be released in three versions, including a CD+DVD, CD Only and a CD+Goods version. The "Goods" edition has an extra bonus track called "SO FINE -Japanese ver.-", while the CD only version's limited edition comes with an extra new track which is yet unnamed.
Besides B1A4, there were many other performers for the episode: the Wonder Girls, f(x), Teen Top, G.Na, Baek Ji Young, Boyfriend, Dal★shabet, JJ Project, Goo Ja MyungPunita, A-Jax, Juniel, She’z, My Name, U-Kiss, and Cross Gene.
B1A4 released their latest album, "The B1A4 Ignition Special Edition," on May 24th. The album contains two new songs, "BABY GOOD NIGHT" and "Because Of You."
B1A4 performed their first comeback stage on last night's episode of Music Bank. Last night, B1A4 performed their second comeback stage on Music Core.
Tonight, B1A4 performed their third live comeback stage. The members of B1A4 showed their love for performing as they performed their new song on tonight's episode of Inkigayo.
On May 23rd, B1A4 released a repackaged special edition of their album ‘Ignition‘, and the title song “Baby Good Night”, which was composed by Jinyoung and written by both Jinyoung and Baro, drew much attention ahead of its release with the individual teasers of the members.
B1A4 took the stage to perform their newest track. Check it out below, and the rest of today’s ‘Inkigayo‘ performances here (coming soon)!