2PM Wns Double Crown in Japan Tower Records K-Pop Award
By Staff Writer | July 14, 2012 03:18 PM EDT
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Japan's Tower Records reported the results for the "K-Pop Lovers! Awards," which combines internet users' votes and album sales from January of this year till June, which revealed 2PM to have topped the artist category along with the single category with their single "Beautiful."
2PM especially displayed their overwhelming popularity grabbing the number one spot on the artist category under album sales as well as the internet users' vote.
In the single category 2PM's "Beautiful" in first place was followed by SHINee's Japanese version of "Sherlock" and Kim Hyun Joong's "KISS KISS/ Lucky Guy" each placed second and third respectively.
Tower Records Japan stated the top artist, album single category were taken by artists that are highly popular and active in both Korea and Japan. While the artists that are nominated in the rookie category is garnering expectations for their activities in Japan for the second half of the year.
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