Wonder Girls Collaboration with Akon 'Like Money', Explosive Popularity in America

By Staff Writer | July 13, 2012 09:55 PM EDT

Wonder Girls Collaboration with Akon 'Like Money', Explosive Popularity in America
Wonder GIrls (Photo : JYP)

Girl group Wonder Girls' new digital song "Like Money (feat. Akon)" is receiving explosive popularity in American media, SNS, and entertainment websites.

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"Like Money," a song in collaboration with the world star Akon, has been receiving much spotlight in Billboard, AOL, and other websites.  It has decorated the front pages of MTV and YouTube as well.

Akon also took his time to advertise the song through his own Facebook and twitter. Only a day after the advertisement, there have been 8000 'like's, and more than 1150 comments in excitement and support for the song.

JYP Entertainment said, "As soon as the song was released, American media, companies, online websites, and famous stars have been showing much interest in Wonder Girls' new song and have been sending us messages of support and encouragement. Please give Wonder Girls members strong support as they move forward for their promotion in the U.S."

Wonder Girls and Akon will be holding their first collaboration stage on July 21 through the "Green Groove Festival 2012" in Korea.

Photo Credit: JYP Entertainment

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