Jung Joon Young and Soul Dive Collaborate for Red Devils Cheer Song

By Staff Writer | March 13, 2014 01:50 AM EDT

Jung Joon Young and Soul Dive Collaborate for Red Devils Cheer Song

Singer Jung Joon Young and hip-hop group Soul Dive sing the official cheer song for the Korean national soccer team at the 2014 FIFA Brazil World Cup.

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According to CJ E&M, Jung Joon Young and Soul Dive released the official cheer song "Always Reds", a track on the Red Devils' official cheer album We are the Reds.

The song features a powerful guitar sound with Jung Joon Young's singing and Soul Dive's rapping overlay.

Staff stated that Jung Joon Young and Soul Dive have maintained a musically friendly relationship; both enthusiastically expressed the desire to participate in the cheer album.

Jung Joon Young had numerously expressed his desire to go to Brazil for the World Cup; being a huge soccer mania, he was thrilled at the news of recording the cheer song.

Meanwhile, the cheer album produced by the Red Devils in collaboration with KT, the official sponsor of the national soccer team, contains a total of 9 tracks. Besides Jung Joon Young and Soul Dive, various artists such as Ailee, DICKPUNKSAOA, Trans Fixion, and Minah of Girl's Day, and Tiny-G participated in the making of the album.

Tagged :  Jung Joon Young, soul dive, CJ E&M, Always Reds, We are the Reds

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