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Wonder Girls 1st Place On Music Charts For Month Of June, 'All-Kill'

By Staff Writer | July 02, 2012 09:06 AM EDT

Wonder Girls 1st Place On Music Charts For Month Of June, 'All-Kill'

Wonder Girls ranked 1st place on music charts for the month of June.

Wonder Girls, who released their new song, "Like This," has been ranked number one for the whole month of June on sites such as Melon, Mnet, Soribada, Olleh, Daum and more.

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Wonder Girls also won on SBS "Inkigayo" for 2 weeks as well as ranked number one on the Billboard K-POP Chart.

Their title song, "Like This," features an electronic sound and hip-hop beat that is fun and lively. Their fun dance featuring the "crab leg" step is also very addictive and unique.

Their song is gaining popularity internationally as well. On the U.S. Billboard Charts, the song "Like This" was compared to the popularity of Beyonce's song, "Get Me Bodied."

Wonder Girls will be holding their first solo concert in 3 years at the Jamsil Stadium.

 

 

Tagged :  Wonder Girls, Like This, Inkigayo

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