CNBLUE Jung Yong Hwa Self-Produced 17 Songs So Far?!

By Staff Writer | August 05, 2012 12:57 PM EDT

CNBLUE Jung Yong Hwa Self-Produced 17 Songs So Far?!
CNBLUE Jung Yong Hwa is said to have self-produced 17 songs in the first half of the year (Photo : SBS)

It has been revealed that band CNBLUE leader Jung Yong Hwa has self-produced 17 songs within the first half of the year!

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CNBLUE's Jung Yong Hwa part of FNC Music, gifted his song "Stupid" to fellow label mate rookie singer Juniel, and also gifted "Love is Only You" to label mate rookie girl group AOA who debuted on July 30, confirming his producing skills.

In addition, Jung Yong Hwa also self-produced 9 songs for their first Japanese studio album and 5 songs in their 3rd mini album, Ear Fun, released in March.

According to FNC, Jung Yong Hwa has been working very hard to self-produce his songs and also is currently working on new songs for CNBLUE's next album.

Meanwhile on Wednesday, CNBLUE released their third single "Come On" in Japan and will release their first Japanese studio album Code Name Blue on August 29, really getting into their Japanese promotions.

 

 

Tagged :  CNBLUE, Jung Yong Hwa, Juniel, AOA, FNC Music, Ear Fun, Come On, Code Name Blue

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