f(x) 1st Place On 'Music Bank' 2 Weeks In A Row!
By Staff Writer | June 29, 2012 09:31 AM EDT
On June 29, on the live broadcast of "Music Bank" they ranked 1st place with their song, "Electric Shock." They ranked 1st on the June 22 broadcast as well but was unable to attend to receive their trophy due to their Hong Kong activities. f(x) member Luna commented, "Thank you so much to everyone. We will work hard to give you a great performance. We love our fans."
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f(x) made their comeback with their mini album, Electric Shock on June 14 on Mnet "M! Countdown." Their album reached number one on music charts on June 16. Their song, "Electric Shock," has a funky and upbeat sound with fun lyrics. Their dance and outfits are loud and quirky, gaining much attention from viewers and fans.
After their mini-album was released, they ranked number one for 'most viewed' and 'most liked' video on Youtube. Also, 4 days after the release of their music video, they hit over 8 million views.
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