T-ARA "Day By Day" Second Music Video to Release Next Week

By Staff Writer | July 06, 2012 01:35 PM EDT

T-ARA "Day By Day" Second Music Video Unleashed
T-ARA "Day By Day" Second Music Video Unleashed (Photo : Core Contents Media)

T-ARA's second music video for "Day By Day" will be revealed on July 9.

"Day By Day" was ranked number 1 on every single online music chart since the day of release.

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Following the release of the almost-16-minute music video for "Day By Day" on July 3, T-ARA will release a different version of the music video this coming 9th. The choreography in the new version of the music video was reported to have been choreographed by the world-famous, Jonte Moaning, who is widely known for his choreography of Beyoncé's "Single Ladies."

"Day By Day" was written by songwriters, Cho Young Soo and Ahn Young Min. The flowing melody of the flute in the intro is impressionable as well as the boyish rap by Hwayoung. T-ARA's newest member Ahreum's voice is also added in the mix, which adds a new color to the song.

T-ARA will appear on stage with "Day By Day" on MBC's "Music Core" on the 7th of July.

Furthermore, T-ARA will hold an inauguration ceremony on July 14 for their fan club QUEEN'S for the first time since their debut three years ago and will also hold their first exclusive concert on August 11.

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