Wonder Girls Upcoming Single "Like Money" Release on July 10
By Staff Writer | July 03, 2012 11:45 PM EDT
Popular girl group Wonder Girls is to release a new digital single "Like Money" on July 10.
JYP Entertainment on July 4 revealed a teaser artwork for upcoming single "Like Money" through official website. The artwork displays simply engraving of the alphabet "Wonder Girls Like Money" arousing the curiosity of the fans.
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JYP Entertainment revealed, "Soon to release single 'Like Money' involves working with Cri$tyle writing the lyrics who have worked with world top artists such as Rihanna and is composed by Rainstone."
"Beyonce's choreographer Jonte Moaning who also worked on the choreography for 'Be My Baby' and 'DJ Is Mine' and director Ethan Lader from their U.S. TV movie 'The Wonder Girls' have participated as well," increasing the anticipating of fans.
Earlier in March JYP Entertainment's head Park Jin Young tweeted, "World renowned producers have participated in creating of 'Like Money' and Wonder Girls finished filming the spectacular music video. The title song includes a surprise that will shock all of you. Let's have a Wonder Girls party this summer in Korea and overseas."
Wonder Girls is to release their next single "Like Money" on July 10 at midnight through various music sites.
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