Wonder Girls ‘Like This’ Music Video Breaks 3 Million Views
By Staff Writer | June 07, 2012 09:09 AM EDT
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The music video released on June 3 and mini-album ‘Wonder Party’ premiered on the same day. The music video released through YouTube just after 3 days is recording 3.6 million views.
‘Like This’ is receiving a lot of love, the song is an exciting hip-hop sound with powerful energy. ‘Like This’ is different from the previous songs of Wonder Girls. It is an exciting hip-hop song with the combination of electronic sounds and hip-hop beats. It is a vitamin-like song and has dance choreography, more exciting than the song, to cheer up the dull daily life of the listeners.
The single topped important music charts of daily chart and combined chart on Daum and Soribada. Also the group has released their dance practice video of ‘Like This’ have recorded 271,000 views and garnering a lot of attention for their comeback.
JYP Entertainment shared, ‘Wonder Girls is drawing a lot of great feat with their comeback, recording over 3 million YouTube views, topping major music charts. We want to thank our fans for their love, please continue to show them your support.”
Wonder Girls will hold their debut performance through KBS ‘Music Bank’ on June 8.
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