Wonder Girls 'Like Money,' America's Reaction is 'So Hot'

By Staff Writer | July 23, 2012 03:18 PM EDT


The song "Like Money (Feat. Akon)," that is collaborated with worldly known artist Akon, is getting attention from major media such as Billboard and MTV after the release of the song.

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Popular radio stations like '100.9' and '97.3' mentioned comments such as "When can we hear Wonder Girl's new song on the radio," "'Like Money' is the best song of this summer," and "Cheer for Wonder Girls who released a new song in America."

Adding on, Wonder Girls managed to perform a successful stage with Akon at '2nd Green Groove Festival' that was held at Dechun Beach.

Wonder Girls performed "Like this," "Be My Baby," "So Hot (Rock Ver.)," "Tell Me," "Nobdy," and Akon performed "Lonely," "Be angel," "Na Na Na," "I'll Wanna." After the individual performances, Wonder Girls and Akon performed a combined stage of "Like Money."

About 40,000 audiences participated in the event. JYP Entertainment stated that "Like Money (Feat. Akon) is bringing a huge popularity in America," and asked for support for Wonder Girls to go broader on world stages such as America and Japan.

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