'Solo Queens' BoA and Son Dam Bi, "We Meet Again"
By Staff Writer | July 20, 2012 11:19 AM EDT
The comeback of the two 'queens' is shaking the media. Singers BoA and Son Dam Bi will be going on stage after their 2 year hiatus. The two have not done music since 2010, attracting even more attention and expectations. They had gone on stage together back then around the same time, but they will once again compete each other face to face.
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BoA will be starting the race. She will be releasing her 7th album, Only One, on July 28. This will be the first time since BoA's debut to have the song she wrote herself as the title song. Also, her dance, which is in the form of a story, is centered around 'lyrical hip-hop'. Her agency SM Entertainment said, "Through the new album, we hope to show the matured BoA who will be showing different musical colors."
Son Dam Bi will be having her comeback at the beginning of August. Until now, she's been working as an actress, but she will be going back to her original career of being a singer.
For the new album, Son Dam Bi worked with the famous songwriter Brave Brothers. Brave Brothers have written other songs for Son Dam Bi, such as "I'm Crazy' and "Saturday Night." Son Dam Bi's agency said, "We prepared a colorful performance to match the summer season. I think it will be good for the fans who missed Son Dam Bi's original color."
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