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Hello Venus Releases Repackage Single 'Like A Wave'

By Staff Writer | July 03, 2012 11:55 PM EDT

Hello Venus Releases Repackage Single 'Like A Wave'
Hello Venus Releases Repackage Single 'Like A Wave' (Photo : Pledis Entertainment)

Girl group Hello Venus released their summer digital repackage album Like A Wave.

Pledis Entertainment announced on July 4, "Hello Venus released the digital repackage album Like A Wave for their fans who have shown support for the group's debut album Venus."

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"Like A Wave" is a song composed by Yoo Chiyeon the person who composed After School 1st album and member Lime participated in rap making that raised the quality of the album. The single once again proved the girls can bring their quite charms into the song.

"Like A Wave" a euro-dance genre with addictive chorus that is fast and cheerful will surely be perfect for Summer party in the beach.

Hello Venus will showcase their first performance of "Like A Wave" on Mnet's "M! Countdown" on July 5.

Tagged :  Hello Venus, Like Wave, Pledis Entertainment

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