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TVXQ releases “Before You Go” MV ft. Go Ara and Choi Jongyoon

15 Mar

A few days ago, TVXQ released their first teaser for their new title song “Before You Go.” Today, they’re repackaged album was released on online music sites and released the R&B song, which has been receiving a lot of great feedback and slowly rising on music charts.

The teaser itself for “Before You Go” has received a lot of great feedback from fans and many have been expecting the drama like music video’s release. Today, SM Entertainment released the full version on their Youtube channel.

The music video begins with members of NDI, including Yunho, Changmin, Go Ara, and Choi Jongyoon, making a bust in a warehouse with “Why (Keep Your Head Down)” playing in the background. Fans are able to see fancy fighting moves from the four.

TVXQ will be making their comeback with “Before You Go” on Music Bank on March 18th.

Source: sment
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BEAST releases a remake of Fukuyama Masaharu’s “Rainbow”

15 Mar

In addition to BEAST’s upcoming debut in Japan, the boys also released a new song in Korea. Yesterday, BEAST revealed their remake of Fukuyama Masaharu’s “Rainbow” (“Niji (虹)”). Fukuyama Masaharu originally released the track in Japan in 2003. When it was released it held the number one position on the Oricon chart for five consecutive weeks.

BEAST’s remake of the track introduces a fresh and bright sound to the original song, which has garnered much attention. Fukuyama Masaharu has also included artist Lim Jeonghee for a remake and has plans for a 2AM remake as well.

BEAST’s version of “Rainbow” will also be included in Masaharu’s “THE BEST BANG!! -ASIA LIMITED BANG!!-” which will be released on April 6th.

Check out BEAST’s Korean version of “Rainbow” below, and remember to support BEAST by buying their latest digital single on Korean music sites such as Soribada!

BEAST – “Rainbow” – Korean version, Fukuyama Masaharu remake

Source: Newsen, Soribada, and memoryfriend
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MBLAQ expresses sadness over Yonghwa’s departure on “Inkigayo”

15 Mar

With CN Blue’s Jung Yonghwa ending his role as Inkigayo MC, the boys of MBLAQ were particularly vocal in conveying their sadness over his departure.

As Yonghwa said good-bye to the viewers, MBLAQ suddenly expressed on stage, “Yonghwa-ah, you worked hard!” Member Lee Joon repeated the phrase again after the speech was done.

Yonghwa departed due to his busy schedule, which includes a comeback with CN Blue as well as a new drama.

What do you think of MBLAQ’s reaction? Are you sad to see him leave, as well?

Sources: TV Daily, MBLAQ China and MBLAQ Attack
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