Super Junioris back with their follow-up track, “A-Cha“, on this week’s episode of ‘Inkigayo‘!
“A-Cha” is a song about holding onto a lover who seems to be unsure about what she wants. It’s described to be a powerful dance track combining rock and electro house styles with an easy melody and sophisticated rhythm.
SBS‘s “Inkigayo” is back once again, and this week’s show was full of amazing and fun performances from the top participating K-pop artists!
Viewers got to see the Brown Eyed Girls, Maybee, and Super Junior make their comebacks, while female soloist Fat Cat made her debut. Girl group Nine Muses bid farewell to their “Figaro” promotions with this final performance on ‘Inkigayo’.
The ‘Take 7‘ nominees for this week’s show were SISTAR, Davichi, G.NA, U-KISS, KARA, Sung Shi Kyung, and HaHa.
As for today’s “Inkigayo Mutizen” winner, KARA took home the trophy! Congratulations!
miss A took part in a PSA:
The ‘Take 7” Videos:
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Other performers included Nine Muses, B1A4, April Kiss, and Stellar. Check out their performances below!
Fans have been waiting patiently for the Brown Eyed Girls‘ comeback, and the wait is finally over! On today’s episode of ‘Inkigay0‘, the four talented ladies made a comeback with two tracks, “Sixth Sense” and “Hot Shot“.
“Sixth Sense” was co-produced by composer Lee Min Soo and lyricist Kim Eana, a powerful duo who also launched IU and Sunny Hillto the top. The track is considered to be Korea’s very first rhapsody-inspired soul hybrid. Inspired by Shostakovich‘s Leningrad symphony, the song features strong cello performances, a classical arrangement, and soulful vocals, all coming to a climax at the end.
“Hot Shot” was composed by east4A and Lee Min Soo and features a club jazz style bass line at a bpm of 190. The lyrics are also interesting in that it depicts the tension between the narrator and a DJ in a bar. Fans should be keep their ears open for the lounge and Latin elements in the track.
Fans have been waiting three long years for her return, and Maybeefinally made her comeback on today’s episode of ‘Inkigayo‘!
Her stage for “Goodbye Valentine“ features a stunning ‘Alice in Wonderland‘-inspired concept that definitely sets her apart from the other female soloists out there. Her title track was composed by hit producer Kim Gun Woo, who’s worked with her in the past, and the lyrics were personally penned by Maybee herself.
The song aims to break her image of being a ballad singer, and it does just that and so much more, so check out her comeback stage below!