[MV] 버벌진트 – 세상이 완벽했다면 (Feat. 태연 of 소녀시대) [OFFICIAL MV]
CL – ‘HELLO BITCHES’ DANCE VIDEO MAKING FILM
Free download on SoundCloud @ https://soundcloud.com/chaelincl/hell…
Director: Parris Goebel
Producer: Parris Goebel
Production Company: Ryan Parma
Choreographer: Parris Goebel
Dancers: The Ladies of ReQuest Dance Crew from The Palace Dance Studio, NZ
South Korean music producing team, ‘One piece’ (yoonsang/Davink/Spacecowboy), releases its 1st. single
‘Let’s get it feat.Dok2’ on November 25th, 2015.
With a featuring artist Dok2, ‘Let’s get it’ is completed a powerful EDM track!
The Secret Message OST ‘안녕 하루카’ (Hello Haruka) by BIGBANG T.O.P
나인뮤지스[9MUSES]-‘잠은 안오고 배는 고프고(Sleepless Night)’ Official Music Video
GOT7 “고백송(Confession Song)” M/V
[Special Clip] IU(아이유) _ The shower(푸르던) [ENG SUB]
Lee Hong Gi’s Sad Ballad Captures the Emotions of Late Fall
‘Legendary Vocalist’ Lee Hong Gi, First Solo Album ‘FM302’ in 9 years
FTISLAND’s vocalist, Lee Hong Gi has released his first solo album.
After 9 years since his debut Lee Hong Gi has released his first mini album ‘FM302’ and is starting his solo promotions. ‘FM302’ combines the radio terminology FM (Frequency Modulation) with Lee Hong Gi’s birthday March the 2nd, to create the meaning of his own radio frequency which will resonate his music across the world. The title song ‘Insensible’ is a ballad which portrays Lee Hong Gi’s sad tone color and appealing voice that tells the sad story of a man unable to forget his previous love.
The album also contains tracks which are composed and written by Lee Hong Gi such as ‘Let’s Seize The Day’, ‘Kings For A Day’, ‘Be Your Doll’, ‘LOL(Loudness of Love)’ and ‘In The Rain’ which all demonstrate his musical ability. After 9 years, Lee Hong Gi shows his capability as a singer songwriter with his own style of music that plans to please the ears of fans.
Travel around the bustling capital city of Seoul in this breathtaking time-lapse from filmmaker Noe Alonzo.
Noe Alonzo: http://www.rok-on.net/
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