T-ara To Perform 'Robot Dance' For Their New Song "Sexy Love"

By Staff Writer | July 17, 2012 03:26 AM EDT

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T-ARA will be releasing a new track called "Sexy Love." 

On August 15, the girls will release the new track, for which they collaborated for the fourth time with composer Shinsadong Tiger.

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The three songs that they collaborated with him were "Bo Peep Bo Peep," "Roly Poly," and "Lovey Dovey." Their 4th song collaboration is anticipated to be just as big of a hit.

The girls will also be showcasing a new image on stage for  the performance of "Sexy Love," with their pantomime inspired robot dance.

Meanwhile, T-ARA is currently promoting their new song "Day by Day."

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