Songs that Made Idol's Famous, Big Bang 'Lies', Girls' Generation (SNSD) 'Gee', BEAST 'SHOCK'
By Staff Writer | July 24, 2012 09:53 AM EDT
A post with the title, 'Songs that Idols Famous' has been gaining much attention.
Recently on an online community, a post with the title, 'Songs that made Idols Famous' has been gaining much attention from internet users.
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One internet user gathered all the hit songs that made idol groups famous.
The post stated that Big Bang became famous because of their song, "Lies", Brown Eyed Girls with "Abracadabra", Wonder Girls with "Tell Me", Girls' Generation with "Gee", KARA with "Mister", IU with "Good Day" and BEAST with "SHOCK."
Idol group hit songs have been loved by not only teens but also people in their 20's ad 30's. Internet users were able to see how big of an impact idol groups had on the public.
Internet users commented, "I agree with the overall list of songs", "These are all songs that have gained so much popularity" and "Didn't they become famous because of a certain member instead of a certain song?"
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