2NE1 Cancels the 2nd Single, Releasing New Album on October
By Staff Writer | July 27, 2012 07:37 AM EDT
2NE1 canceled their 2nd single release that was supposed be out on the 28th and instead decided to release the official album in October.
Like Us on Facebook
YG Entertainment announced that "The global tour at America and Japan in upcoming August and September followed by the Seoul concert on the upcoming 28th~29th is already planned, and if the concert schedule and Korean show program schedule overlaps, 2NE1's strength and condition will be limited."
They added on saying that "We are going to support 2NE1 members to fully concentrate on their first global tour, and meanwhile the YG producers are going to work harder on making more quality songs that will be on the new album."
The single "I Love You" that was released on past 5th is still on the second place on th Melon chart on 27th.
On the other hand, the global tour that Korean girl group is going to be on for the first time is produced by Michael Jackson's oldest choreographer Travis Jane and veteran foreign staffs, session bands, and widely known Jeremy Scott who successfully managed his collaboration with Addidas.
The first concert will be held on 28th and 29th on Seoul Olympic Park Gymnastics Gymnasium, then at New Jersey (8/17), LA (8/24), Japan Osaka (8/31-9/2), Nagoya (9/7-8). Yokohama (9/11-12), and Saitama (9/28-29).
© 2014 KpopStarz. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Latest Photo Gallery
Comeback / Teaser / Music Video 09.16.14 | 07:13AM EDT
Polaris Entertainment released a touching tribute to EunB and RiSe - specially edited video offers a chance to say goodbye
Headlines 09.16.14 | 07:00AM EDT
'I Saw The Devil' to get English-Language remake
Boy group 2PM is entering into a new chapter. It's already been 7 years since they debuted. They grew to the point they self-produce their own music, stepping out on their own.
Analytic 09.15.14 | 07:47AM EDT
In light of Swings's recent controversial execution-style video, here's a take on the portrayal of guns and murder in K-Pop.