Super Junior Released Highlight Medley of 6th Album!
By Staff Writer | June 30, 2012 12:20 PM EDT
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The highlight medley that was released on the 30th of June is a mix of the 10 songs from Super Junior's new album, Sexy, Free & Single. The medley was released through the official channel of SM Entertainment on YouTube.
Soon after SM Entertainment announced the comeback date for Super Junior, which has been scheduled for the 4th of July, a teaser for the song "Sexy, Free & Single" was revealed on June 29th. The teaser for "Sexy, Free & Single" is a song that contains the mixture of house and soul R&B music. Even from listening to the sneak preview, Super Junior's new song is expected to be a huge success considering its addicting chorus and its "sexy & free" lyrics that talks about the success stories of single men.
By looking at the level of anticipation in Super Junior's fans who are patient awaiting for the release of the album, people are predicting that Sexy, Free & Single will easily surpass the popularity of their previous album in terms of album sales. Over 500,000 copies of Super Junior's 5th album, Mr. Simple, was sold worldwide.
Currently, Super Junior is one of the most famous male idol groups in K-Pop which allowed them to successfully complete their Asia Tour called "Super Junior Super Show 4" that began last year. Super Junior's most recent Japanese single, Opera (released early May), set a new record by selling over 160,000 albums in the first week of release and ranked top 3 in the Oricon Weekly Single Chart for the 3rd time after their previously released singles Bonamana and Mr. Simple.
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