Girls’ Generation (SNSD) Reveals 2 Versions of ‘PAPARAZZI’ Music Video

By Staff Writer | June 14, 2012 11:13 AM EDT

Girls’ Generation (SNSD) Reveals 2 Versions of ‘PAPARAZZI’ Music Video
Girls’ Generation (SNSD) Reveals 2 Versions of ‘PAPARAZZI’ Music Video (Photo : SM)

Girls’ Generation’s new single ‘PAPARAZZI’ music video was released on YouTube on midnight of June 15 (Japan local time).

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The single to be released on June 27 is the fourth single to release in a year 2 months after the release of ‘MR. TAXI’ in April of last year. The song is a fast-beast dance that has the most difficult choreography.

‘PAPARAZZI’ is noted to be produced a team of excellent musicians abroad. The mix is arranged by Grammy Award winner Miles Walker, who also worked with Beyonce. The mastering was handled by world-renowned Sterling Sound’s Tom Coyne.

The video released this time will include the full music video as well as ‘DANCE edit’ version which will feature the difficult choreography.

'PAPARAZZI' Music Video

'PAPARAZZI' Music Video Dance Edit 2

Tagged :  Girls Generation, SNSD, PAPARAZZI

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