Wonder Girls 'Like Money' Raises Attention on U.S Billboard
By Staff Writer | July 11, 2012 09:27 AM EDT
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Popular girl group Wonder Girls recently released a new song featuring world famous artist, Akon with the song, "Like Money." This song has been seen on various U.S. online sites such as Billboards, AOL and others.
The U.S. Billboards commented, "The Wonder Girls were first seen on the Billboards back in 2009 with their song, 'Nobody' and they plan to release and English album by the end of this year." Another media reported, "Even before the release of their new album, they have been ranking number one on music charts in both Korea and the U.S."
Many famous stars have also been talking about the song, "Like Money." Perez Hilton and Nick Cannon introduced this song on their personal blogs and twitter.
"Like Money" features a trendy, electronic sound, which is different from the usual Wonder Girls style.
JYP Entertainment stated, "The Wonder Girls have been gaining much attention from the U.S. and we hope that many will support them on their musical journey in the states."
The Wonder Girls will be performing with Akon on July 21 for the 'Green Groove Festival 2012."
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