B.A.P Is Aiming for Rookie of the Year Award with Thier New Song 'No Mercy.'

By Staff Writer | July 20, 2012 09:15 AM EDT


On the afternoon of 19th, B.A.P met with the reporter at the waiting room of Mnet "M! Countdown" and told how "it is

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already their third stage after debuting on Janurary this year." They also stated that their expectation for the mini album is big, and are
deermined to work hard to achieve the Rookie of the Year Award.

Leader Yongguk expressed his affection towards the mini album since it includes the song that he composed and wrote, "Voice Message," on the third track. He also wished for the fan's love towards the album.

Followed by Yongguk, member Himchan said that he came up with an idea of putting "samulnori" sound in the title song "No Mercy," since he graduated from Gukak (Korean Traditional Music) middle and high school.
He also introduced the fact that the Korean Art School students actually plays the music on the stage.

On the other side, B.A.P introduced their first mini album "No Mercy" on the 19th, and is planning on progressing active involvement starting with their comback stage on "M! Countdown."

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