Busker Busker’s New Songs Dominate Music Charts
By Staff Writer | June 21, 2012 06:12 PM EDT
Three member band Busker Busker’s new album once again dominated the music charts.
Busker Busker’s new album Busker Busker’s 1st Album Conclusion released on June 21 swept over the real time online music charts of Melon, Bugs Music, Mnets and others.
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Among them the title track “I Really Love You” made it to the top of the charts while all of the other tracks on the album took over first through fifth ranking of real time charts pushing out popular idol groups such as Wonder Girls, f(x), Big Bang and more.
Busker Busker members once again actively participated as it consists of tracks composed and written all by member Jang Beom Jun. The title song has been said to be based on a real life experience of Jang Beom Jun.
Busker Busker doesn’t plan to hold any promotional activities for the album and will perform the new songs at their encore concert on June 22 and June 23 in Seoul.
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