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CHI CHI Recognized As Power Vocal Group Through Destiny's Child Cover Video

By Staff Writer | July 04, 2012 01:25 PM EDT

Chi-Chi Power Vocals
Chi-Chi Power Vocals (Photo : Chi-Chi Power Vocals)

Recently on an online video forum, CHI CHI's cover of a song by Destiny's Child captured the attention of countless internet users.

The video contains their activity in Japan as well as their preparation for a comeback in Korea. Throughout the video, CHI CHI's bright and sweet personality was shown alongside their surprisingly powerful voices and range.

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Internet users commented, "The members are pretty and they sing well too", "Wow~ it's so good~~ Looking forward to their upcoming performances!" and "The song's so good. Anticipating great performances in the future."

CHI CHI is currently out with their new song, "Love is Energy."


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