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Epik High Releases a Double Title Song, 'Don't Hate Me' and 'UP'

By Staff Writer | October 19, 2012 10:52 AM EDT

Epik High Releases a Double Title Song, "Don't Hate Me" and "UP"
Epik High Releases a Double Title Song, "Don't Hate Me" and "UP" (Photo : d)

Epik High's 7th album, 99, has been released.

Today on various online music sites, Epik High's 7th album has finally been released.

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Epik High's other song, "It's Cold," featuring Lee Ha Yi ranked number 1 on music weekly charts, was released to announce their comeback.

The song, "It's Cold" kept their usual style, but also added some new styles that made the song more interesting.

Today, their double title songs, "Don't Hate Me" and "UP" were revealed, gaining much attention.

Many other YG producers helped in making this album such as CHOICE37, DEE.P and others.

Epik High will make their comeback on SBS "Inkigayo" joined by 2NE1's Bom this Sunday, October 21.

Tagged :  Epik High, comeback, Its Cold, Dont Hate Me, UP, 99, YG Entertainment

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