For four consecutive days!
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6 Jun 2017 - 5:46 PM  UPDATED 6 Jun 2017 - 5:48 PM

Produce 101 concept evaluation song peaks on the charts 

Team ‘Nation’s Sons,’ consisting of seven male auditioners for survival program Produce 101 have been topping three major Korean charts for four consecutive days, with their so-called concept evaluation song "Never." Male idol trainees on the second season of the popular audition show are picked by the public, and referred to as ‘public producers’ online, until eventually an eleven-member group is formed.

More about "Life" in Gummy's new album

Powerful female, R&B singer Gummy is back with her new album “Stroke." Her title song “I I YO”, produced by rapper Gil, is about reaching for your dreams.

Gummy debuted 15 years ago and has said that even though she sees herself as a veteran singer, she thinks that in the world of music there’s always something new to learn.

The biggest difference about her new album is that it contains more life messages, instead of focussing on love and break-up themes. Gummy’s boyfriend, actor Cho Jung-seok also took part in the making of this album. 

As One says “Goodbye For Now”

R&B fairies As One say “Goodbye For Now” with their new, and for the time being, last song titled “Goodbye For Now.” The two Korean-American friends Crystal and Min decided to take a break from their 18-year music career as an R&B duo. In a hand-written letter they thanked fans for their love and support throughout the years. They promised it’s not goodbye forever, adding they will come back one day with a great song.

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