B.A.P Daehyun, Pusan Wonbin's 7 Octave High Notes

By Staff Writer | August 06, 2012 04:28 PM EDT

B.A.P Daehyun, Pusan Wonbin's 7 Octave High Notes
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Rookie group B.A.P appeared on SBS radio, "Cultwo Show" on Saturday. They had a time to show their talent with the other idol groups and also introduced their new song.

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B.A.P. showed their charms with Daehyun's 7 octave high notes. They surpassed Cultwo's expectations when they asked for them to sing IU's 3 octave high notes.

Daehyun who is from Pusan and also is handsome, is called 'Pusan Wonbin.' He showcased his incredible vocal range pulling off 7 octave high notes.

B.A.P. then sang their title song, "No Mercy" live. Cultwo complimented them and said, "You guys are good looking, your faces are small, and can sing well."

B.A.P. is currently promoting their song "No Mercy." B.A.P.'s leader Yong Guk's rap with an accent and performance is gaining attention.


Tagged :  B.A.P, Cultwo Show, Yong Guk, Dae Hyun

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