Wonder Girls 'DJ is Mine', Best K-pop Song During the First Half of 2012
By Staff Writer | June 17, 2012 12:28 AM EDT
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The poll that was conducted from midnight of June 10 to midnight of June 16 EDT took place with fierce competition from the US and international readers.
Wonder Girls’ ‘DJ is Mine’ is a single released by K-Pop artists which features School Gyrls on January 12 through iTunes and various music sites in Korea. It was also the soundtrack of their TV movie ‘The Wonder Girls.’ The song itself steps away from the retro hits that they group is known for rather features dubstep intro as the song turns into a high-energy dance-pop with shuffle dance beats.
KpopStarz began its poll with the theme ‘Select the Best K-Pop Song and Singer in the First Half of 2012’ from June 10 divided into 3 parts for 3 weeks. The second part of the poll will begin midnight of June 17 with the question ‘Which Mae/Female Group Expanded Their Influence the Most Globally During the First Half of 2012?’
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