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The songstress will be releasing her new remake album “Flower Bookmark 2” on September 22, and she shared the song “Autumn Morning” on September 18 at 7 .a.m. KST as a gift to fans for her ninth debut anniversary. The song quickly rose to the tuktok of many realtime charts.
As of 2:30 p.m. KST on September 19, “Autumn Morning” took No. 1 on the realtime and daily charts of all six major Korean music sites (Melon, Genie, Bugs, Mnet, Naver and Soribada), as well as iChart’s realtime chart. This means it has achieved a “certified all-kill”!
The song will achieve a “perfect all-kill” if it also comes in No. 1 on iChart’s weekly chart.
With only days left until her new remake album is released, check out her teasers so far here.
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On a kamakailan episode of MBC‘s My Little Television, EXID‘s Solji took over a karaoke room sa pamamagitan ng her lonesome and sang IU‘s “Good Day” as she attempts the famous 3-octave note.
Already known for her superb vocal abilities, can Solji successfully pull off the 3-octave note IU is known in her hit track “Good Day”?
The episode aired on June 28th, and revealed Solji pag-awit a variety of songs. As she approached the famous 3-octave note, she belted out the notes and was unable to pull it off, laughing it off before she completed the track with a smile.
Check out her attempt below:
An interview that IU gave about pagganap is being brought back to light.
IU, who has recently been confirmed as a female lead for the new drama “Producer,” had appeared as a guest on SBS‘s “Healing Camp” in July of 2014 and had revealed her feelings about acting.
At the time, IU expressed her pag-ibig for acting, saying, “Acting is really fun too. It’s completely different from singing. The emotions that I can’t express through singing, I can express through acting. I’d like to continue to do both in the future as well.”
She added, “In terms of emotions, in singing, my emotions are expressed after going through the melody and the lyrics, whereas in acting, the emotions are expressed as they are. I get to use emotions that I don’t normally use. I haven’t cried out loud since I was a baby, but through acting, I get to cry out loud or get angry, and can express emotions that way.”