Brown Eyed Girls' Surprise Summer Song and Solo Songs from Gain and JeA
By Staff Writer | July 28, 2012 03:05 PM EDT
Brown Eyed Girls captivates fans with their surprise summer song and the solo songs of two of their members.
Recently the Brown Eyed Girls released their new single, "One Summer Night's Dream," which was written by leader JeA. This song is unique in that it is a summer ballad. Though they haven't performed on air with their song, it's still received high praise on music charts.
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JeA and Narsha have expressed, "From the start Brown Eyed Girls has been about vocals. Our fans have shown a lot of support for our energetic songs, but, we feel like it's been too long since we've shown our original colors. Thus, we wanted to make a ballad this summer that emphasizes our powerful vocals." They added, "It's a gift for all our fans who've shown us so much love."
"We wanted fans to really appreciate the song through listening, so, we decided not to perform on music shows," ZeA added. "However, for our next song, we will prepare a performance-baed song so we can meet you all on stage again," she continued.
JeA also shared, "Also, our youngest, Gain, will release her solo album in August. My solo album will be released late September or early October." She added while smiling,"Please show us love through our solo songs, too!"
Narsha, on the other hand, recently began her acting career in the MBC drama, "Light and Shadow." She perfectly embodied the role of her character "Lee Hye Bin," which led to more love calls from the movie and drama industry.
The group's rapper Miryo has been starring on the Mnet rap show, "Show Me the Money."
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