2NE1’s Bom Featured in Epik High’s Comeback Album

By Staff Writer | October 13, 2012 02:47 PM EDT

2NE1’s Bom Featured in Epik High’s Comeback Album
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2NE1's Bom also collaborated with Epik High for their upcoming 7th album.

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Bom previously featured on a fellow YG Entertainment artist's album on GD&TOP's track "Oh Yeah", both the Korean and Japanese versions.

Many fans now have even more of a reason to look forward to the release of Epik High's 7th album. Epik High recently collaborated with Lee Ha Yi for the pre-released track "It's Cold" and have now revealed that Park Bom of 2NE1 also took a part in their album.

Epik High's last album (e) was released in 2009, making it three years since they have released an album as a unit. In 2012, Epik High signed to YG Entertainment, in which Tablo released his solo album under.

Just as other YG Entertainment artists have been doing, Epik High has featured fellow label mates on their album. Psy featured G-Dragon on his album with the song, "Blue Frog." G-Dragon has also followed this trend on both of his solo albums featuring fellow band mate, Taeyang, on his first album and an unnamed member of YG's new girl group on his second.

Epik High's 7th comeback album is set to release digitally on October 19th. Epik High's comeback music video will be released the same day.

Tagged :  2NE1, Bom, Epik High, YG Entertainment

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