U-KISS 'DoraDora' Crowned #1 on Asian Music Chart in Germany
By Staff Writer | June 12, 2012 10:36 AM EDT
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Idol group U-KISS was crowned first place on the Asian Music Chart in Germany.
The title song ‘DoraDora’ of sixth mini album released in April topped the Asian music chart in Germany for May 2012 beating Big Bang's ‘Fantastic Baby’ (2nd), B.A.P's ‘Power’ (3rd), and MBLAQ's ‘It's War’ and 4minutes' ‘Volume Up’ (5th).
Through this U-KISS has shown their undying popularity in Germany even after ending their promotions for ‘DoraDora.’ U-KISS has recently released a special album ‘The Special To Kiss Me’ and is busy promoting the title song ‘Believe.’
‘DoraDora’ is collaboration between Korea's best producer Kim Hyun Seok and Brian Kim. It has received an explosive response from the fans for its addictive melody and sexy choreography. Also noteworthy is the fact that when the album was released, it had a high sales record even in the recession of the music industry.
As a star representing hallyu, U-KISS will have a tour next month in Japan; they will be touring 9 cities. Also, they will make an appearance in the biggest music festival in Japan ‘a-nation’ hosted by AVEX.
After their promotion of ‘DoraDora,’ U-KISS has been promoting ‘Believe’ the title song of their special album and have been presenting a powerful and sexy performance.
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