Orange Caramel to Release Japan Single in September!
By Staff Writer | July 16, 2012 12:20 PM EDT
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After School commented at an interview with Star News, "We will be releasing our first Japanese single on September 5 with a remake of a famous Japanese song by the group Candies called, "My Sweet Devil."
Known for their cute and bubbly style, Orange Caramel will officially start their Asia activities on September 5.
Orange Caramel stated that they will appeal to the Japanese fans with their own style. Along with the remake of a famous Japanese song, they will also have their hit song from Korea, "Magic Girl" made into a Japanese version for the album as well.
This will be their first solo Asia promotion since their debut in 2010.
Orange Caramel is a global project that plans to target all Asian countries. Their sexy dance moves and shocking performances will hopefully be able to gain much support from other countries.
Their agency, Pledis commented, "Their vivid outfits and cute performance will hopefully be a hit in Japan as well. Their interesting style of music should be able to appeal to the audience overseas."
Orange Caramel plans to reach out to their international fans more and plans to use a Chinese group name for when they promote their album in China sometime in the future.
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