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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.

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.

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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."

Photo Credit: Core Contents Media

Tagged :  T-ARA, Sexy Love, Shinsadong Tiger

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