Wonder Girls Appears in Famous U.S. Radio Station, 'Next Destiny's Child'

By Staff Writer | July 19, 2012 10:21 AM EDT

Wonder Girls Appears in Famous U.S. Radio Station, 'Next Destiny's Child'
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Girl group Wonder Girls appeared on a famous U.S. radio station website being called the "next Destiny's Child."

U.S. radio station, 'Radio 100.9' revealed Wonder Girls and Akon's music video, "Like Money" and called them the 'next Destiny's Child'.

Internet users commented, "The song is good. Please play it on the radio a lot" and "I am excited to see what this group will bring."

"Like Money" is an electronic pop song that features famous artist Akon. The music video is very futuristic that shows off the member's charismatic styles. Akon is also featured in this video.

"Like Money" has also been choreographed by Beyone's choreographer, Jonte Moaning. Jonte also choreographed their other songs, "Be My Baby" and "The DJ Is Mine."

Wonder Girls and Akon will be performing at the 'Green Groove Festival 2012' on July 21 and 22.

Tagged :  Wonder Girls, Like Money

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