Big Bang, Girls' Generation (SNSD), 2NE1 to Compete on Oricon Chart on September

By Staff Writer | August 16, 2012 02:41 PM EDT


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2NE1, Girls' Generation (SNSD), and Big Bang who is currently on world tour will release a new single in Japan on September.

2NE1 will release a new song on September 12th. They will have the promotion and concert in Japan.

After completing the Seoul concert last 28th, 2NE1 will have concerts in Osaka (31~September 2nd) Nagoya (September 7~8) Yokohama (September 11~12) and Saimata (September 28~29).

Big Bang is releasing Japanese new song in two years on September 19th. Big Bang recently finished Japan tour in success on past June.

Big Bang will start from Singapore on September 28th, Thailand (October 6th~7), Indonesia (13th), Taiwon (20~21), Philippines (24th), Malaysia (27th), and Hongkong (December 8th) for the concert.

Big Bang will have seperate concert at Tokyo dom on December 5th, meeting 255,000 fans.

Girls' Generation will release second single on September 26th. The video 'Girl's generation complete video collection' will be released as well. In the video, there are "Gee," "Mr.Taxi," "Tell Me Your Wish," and other hit songs.

Tagged :  Girls Generation, 2NE1, Big Bang, oricon, Japan

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