f(x) Remains in the No.1 Spot! "Electric Shock" Hottest Song of Summer!
By Staff Writer | July 08, 2012 09:27 AM EDT
Idol group f(x) took the No.1 spot once again.
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f(x) secured first place with their song "Electric Shock" on SBS "Inkigayo" once again, on the 8th of July. For two weeks in a row, f(x) maintained their number 1 status on "Inkigayo" with their new song "Electric Shock." A "Mutizen Song Award" was given to f(x) for being No.1 two weeks in a row.
Currently, "Electric Shock" by f(x) is the hottest song of the summer and is sweeping through various music programs.
After receiving their award, leader Victoria stated, "Thank you everyone. Thank you to everyone who helped us and thank you to our fans, I love you!"
In addition to their win on "Inkigayo", f(x)'s "Electric Shock" remained in their number one spot two weeks in a row in other music programs like KBS "Music Bank" as well as MBC "Show Champion." Also, on Mnet "M Countdown," the "Electric Shock" has been number one for three weeks now and became "Triple Crown" winners.
"Electric Shock" has a unique sound concept that was created by a famous European electronic song writing group to deliver the awesome sound.
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