Will the Wonder Girls US Collaboration Make it to the Billboards Again?
By Staff Writer | July 04, 2012 08:57 PM EDT
On July 4th Wonder Girls released a teaser of the artwork of their new US single, "Like Money." This album has elevated expectations due to collaborated work with world-reknown songwriters and choreographers.
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Wonder Girls joins forces with a world-famous pop star. This is the next collaboration with a famous US musician since making their face known through their opening performances on the Jonas Brothers' 2010 US-wide tour. The imminent release of their US album show promising signs for the Wonder Girls' place on billboard charts.
JYP Entertainment revealed on Star News, "We worked with a world-renown star for the music video production of 'Like Money,'" and, "This artist will make a surprise appearance at the Wonder Girls concert on July 7th."
After their hit song, "Nobody," which ranked 76 on the Billboard 100 Chart, Wonder Girls also starred in a US TV drama series earlier this year. The MTV-promoted TV series, "Wonder Girls at the Apollo" will be the first of the like for any Asian singer.
The drama, produced by Mariah Carey's husband, actor Nick Cannon, will feature the Wonder Girls and the US girl group School Girls; they'll battle it out in song and dance.
JYP Entertainment shared, "This new song 'Like Money' is produced by a world-famous top star who has 40 million likes on Facebook, along with Rihanna's hit song songwriter Cri$tyle, songwriter Lee Wooseok, contributions by RAINSTONE, choreographer Jonte Moaning who choreographed Beyonce's msuic and the support of the director of the Wonder Girls' upcoming movie. All this is creating much anticipation of fans outside Korea."
The Wonder Girls' new song, "Like Money" will be released, along with its music video, on July 10th. Currently the Wonder Girls are promoting their song, "Nobody" in Japan.
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