Girls' Generation (SNSD) And JJ Project Listed On Hollywood Celebrity Site For 'Summer Songs You Must Listen To'
By Staff Writer | June 26, 2012 04:17 PM EDT
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On June 21, 'The Atlantic', a hollywood celebrity site stated, "From Angola to South Korea, Songs You Must Listen To This Summer," along with a list of 14 recommended songs. From the songs, JJ Project and Girls' Generation were ranked 5th and 6th respectively.
First was JJ Project's song, "Bounce." It's fun and upbeat sound was the main reason for its high ranking. The Atlantic stated, "JJ Project is made up of 2 guys that can sing and dance. Their album, 'Bounce, is a mixture of hip-hop, dance pop and hard rock."
Next up was Girls' Generation with their Japanese single album title song, "Paparazzi." It's reason for being popular was due to it's appeal to the public. The introduction statement said, "The music video was a familiar scene for U.S audiences, using styles that Michael Jackson would have used."
The list rankings from 7 to 14 included other artists from Britain, Lebanon, Italy, Brazil, U.S. and France.
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