CNBLUE Jung Yong Hwa Co-Composes Upcoming Single for FNC's Newest Girl Group AOA
By Staff Writer | July 20, 2012 09:24 PM EDT
CNBLUE fans and internet users spotted an interesting tidbit of information today. In a scan of the Korean Music Copyright Association's newest listing, it was found that credits to Jung Yong Hwa was made for lyrics and music for FNC Entertainment's newest girl group, AOA (Ace of Angels). In the single titled "Love Is Only You," attribution to lyrics was made to Jung, together with FNC's chief executive Han Seung Ho. Attribution to composition (i.e. music) was solely made to Yong Hwa.
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This information positions Yong Hwa's strength as a well-rounded musician. With FNC boasting a new concept for AOA, it would be exciting to learn what Yong Hwa has contributed. This can also mean a wider variety of possibilities for future CNBLUE music, with Yong Hwa at the band's helm and his recent experiences producing and co-composing with Juniel and now, AOA. On related news, FNC recently released AOA's teasers , starting with the reveal of their concept on July 13th. Each day a new member is revealed, bringing up the currently released members to five girls -- Seolhyunari, Choaya, Hyejeong Linus, Chanmi T.T., and Yunaria. They are set to reveal the rest of the girls before the end of the month, signaling their debut soon.
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