The MV got here out a couple of years ago in 2012, and it never stopped garnering non-stop passion from lovers and tune lovers. This is going to turn how popular and enjoyed the ladies of 2NE1 are. a large congratulations to 2NE1 and Blackjacks achieve this implausible feat!
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Ha! gotta love that term... I started using Instagram a few years when it was a lot smaller, so I had the chance to meet up with a lot of amazing photographers who were a lot more accessible back then. I learned so much from them and eventually got featured as a suggested user by Instagram, so that"s when things really started taking off.
I love to isolate a single person in my photo to capture the feeling of being so small in such a large city. I try and mimic that sense of feeling you get when you look at photos of Paris, that "je ne sais quoi" - and translate that with a backdrop of New York.
Street photography is probably my favorite because you can"t prepare for it or style it on your own! You just have to wait for the moment to happen and sometimes, you"re lucky to capture it.
“We’re four crazy girls who are very different, but came together through our love for music,” said 2NE1 leader CL for the U.S. edition of NYLON. “Our goal is just to put the best music out there possible. We don’t focus on any one region or country—we do this for everyone.”
2NE1"s feature with NYLON discussed their recent accomplishments, including having the group music featured on "The Bachelor" and "So You Think You Can Dance" and being the current record-holder for releasing the highest charting South Korean album on the Billboard 200 with "Crush."
Earlier in the year, YG record label founder Yang Hyun Suk affirmed that it is entirely possible for Blackjacks to see another 2NE1 album in addition to a CL solo album before the end of the year.
The concept of All Or Nothing Concert Tour lies in these four colours: Pink, White, Red and Black. With the pink theme, the party started on a high note with upbeat songs that had fans grooving non-stop. Putting on a twist of power to the feminine pink, 2NE1 also made use of props such as toy guns in their performance. The show that diffused into the white theme which saw the four ladies baring their souls. Slow-tempo ballads such as ‘Missing You’, ‘If I Were You’ and the unplugged acoustic version of ‘Come Back Home’ were performed. Like a roller-coaster ride, 2NE1 showed their sexy appeal and rebellious side during the next two coloured-themes.
What’s a concert without fanservice? Four extremely lucky fanboys received the biggest present of the night as they were pre-selected to go on stage for a special performance. An extended version of Sandara’s sexy ‘Kiss’ performance from their first concert tour, this time all four members danced sexily around a fanboy each. Though the boys appeared rather frozen and expressionless, we are sure they are holding their breaths and enjoying the moment!
With 2NE1 set to release the Japanese version of their “Crush” album on June 25, they have released short version music videos for “Do You Love Me” and “Falling in Love.“
Previously 2NE1 released a teaser video that previewed to 10 tracks from the album. Other songs included in the album are “Crush,” “Come Back Home,” “Gotta be You,” “Happy,” “I Love You,” “If I Were You,” “Missing You,” and “Come Back Home” unplugged version.
"After they release their Japanese version of "Crush" on June 25—for the first time in about two years—they are to kick off their World Tour "All or Nothing" at Yokohama Arena on July 5 and 6, and at Kobe World Memorial Hall on July 12 and 13," said an official blog post on YG-Life.
"The quartet"s Japanese version of "Crush" is consisted of visual contents that are different to those of their Korean version, while it will also include the Japanese version of their music video."
According to 2NE1"s Japanese website, a limited edition of "Crush" will be available in Japan, with both the Japanese and Korean albums in one package.
On June 18th, 2NE1 released a short version music video for their Japanese version of the track, “Do You Love Me.” The short video follows the same concept as the original music video.
Previously, 2NE1 delighted fans with the release of the short video for the Japanese version of “Falling In Love,” along with a glimpse of their new video for “Crush.”
The Korean single by familiar names like Teddy, DEE.P, and Lydia killed music charts shortly afters its release. Check out the original "Do You Love Me" here to compare to the Japanese version above!
An hour back, 2NE1 delighted fans by releasing the short version music video for the Japanese rendition of their track, “Falling In Love.” The clip was released a few hours after revealing the highlight medley of their upcoming album, “Crush.”