TVXQ and Girl’s Day New Songs Have Same Title ‘Something’?!
By Staff Writer | December 29, 2013 03:03 AM EST
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One of the best performers TVXQ and sexy girl group Girl's Day will release news songs with the same title. They will both be releasing a song titled "Something" in early January.
According to both sides, they had been working on the song since the latter half of 2013, and revealed the title on December 26th. They were both surprised at the coincidence. One rep from Girl's Day's agency stated on the 27th, "We saw TVXQ's comeback notice and were surprised. We've been preparing our song since October, and we were just amazed."
Of course, since the performances and atmospheres will be completely different, there won't be any great confusion between the two. TVXQ revealed a teaser for their song "Something" on the 26th, and the song has an exciting swing rhythm to go along with the lively performance. SM Entertainment stated, "The double bass and groove create a swing jazz style song, and it's a genre that TVXQ has never tried before."
Girl's Day's "Something" is a song that will highlight the members' increased sexiness. Their comeback poster, which was unveiled on the 27th, showed the girls in long skirts with slits down the sides. The skirt is a key point for their upcoming activities. Last year they stole the male fans' hearts with their suspenders dance, and it seems as if they're taking it one step farther this time.
Girl's Day will have their comeback on January 3rd. TVXQ will hold their first comeback stage on KBS' "Music Bank" on the same day. They will release their album on January 6th.
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