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Yang Hyun Suk Produces for Another Agency's Group for the First Time in 15 Years[VIDEO]

By Staff Writer | September 22, 2012 01:58 AM EDT

Yang Hyun Suk Produces for Another Agency's Group for the First Time in 15 Years
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YG Entertainment CEO Yang Hyun Suk will be producing for another agency's group for the first time in 15 years. That group is Rania.

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Yang Hyun Suk has produced their new album including the dance, music, music video and styling. This new digital single will be released today.

Yang Hyun Suk wanted to help the group out because they had left a good impression on him the first time he had met them.

Yang Hyun Suk stated that back in 1996 when the group he had created had failed, someone had reached out to him and helped him get back on his feet. He felt that it was time to give back and help out another talented group besides his own artists.

Their music video and single will be released on September 21.


Tagged :  RaNia, Yang Hyun Suk, DR Music

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