SISTAR 'Loving U' First Place On U.S Billboard K-Pop Chart!

By Staff Writer | July 05, 2012 07:48 AM EDT

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In the beginning of 2012, girl group SISTAR took over the music charts with their song, "Alone." Their new summer special album, Loving U has reached first place on the U.S Billboard K-Pop Charts.

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SISTAR already has a record of being 1st place for four weeks on the U.S Billboard K-Pop Charts with their song, "Alone." Their new song has also reached 1st place after just one week of its release. They have been called, "music chart's beautiful monsters."

Their agency, Starship Entertainment commented, "We wanted to give our fans a song that were from our hearts. We are happy that this song has ranked high on the charts. We will continue to work hard and show everyone a greater SISTAR."

SISTAR is currently performing their song, "LOVING U" and is showing off their cute and sexy side. This song also has a mixture of acoustic and brass sounds that give off a great melody. Along with their ranking on the music charts, their music video has reached 2 million hits on youtube as well.


Tagged :  SISTAR, Loving U, Alone

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