Girls’ Generation has released a short music video teaser for its track entitled Beep Beep. The song is a side track from the group’s sixth Japanese single Flower Power.
The teaser video unveils a bright pink concept with phone props, animated cloud letters, and speech bubbles. The choreography for the song includes simple telephone gestures and the repetition of “beep, beep, beep, beep”.
Check out the short teaser for Girls’ Generation’s track Beep Beep below:
MBLAQ has unveiled the full promotional video for its latest Japanese single entitled Mona Lisa in Japan.
The video presents a whole new concept from the group’s Korean music video and displays dark scenes in a dark parking garage, corner room, and outdoors.
Mona Lisa will be released on March 27.
In the meantime, check out MBLAQ’s PV for the track below:
Idol group Supernova is set to release its latest Japanese single entitled Dakishimetai and recently unleashed a music video teaser for the track. Dakishimetai translated into English means “I Want to Hold You”.
The single will be released on March 27 and will be available for purchase in three different editions. Limited Edition A costs approximately $17.45 USD and includes a CD as well as a DVD of the making of the music video. Limited Edition B will cost approximately $15.27 USD and included is a CD and another random jacket. The standard CD will be available for approximately $11.43 USD.
Check out the music video teaser for Dakishimetai below:
MBLAQ will makes its return to the Japanese music scene with the single entitled Mona Lisa.
The teaser begins by presenting the words “Wild”, “Sexy”, and “Cool” with clips from the music video. MBLAQ appears with slick black performance outfits and khaki jackets as they maintain grave facial expressions. The dark gray-toned scenes suggests a charismatic concept that leaves fans anticipating for the full music video to be unveiled.
The Japanese version of Mona Lisa will be unleashed on March 27.
In the meantime, check out MBLAQ’s music video teaser for Mona Lisa below:
Warner Music Japan has unleashed a thirty-second music video teaser advertisement for CNBLUE‘s new single entitled Robot.
The album will be available in two different versions. The limited edition album will cost ￥2,520 (approximately $30 USD) and will include the CD as well as an exclusive DVD featuring CNBLUE’s「CODE NAME BLUE」Release LIVE at PACIFICO YOKOHAMA plus the music video and special feature for Robot. The standard CD package will cost ￥1,260 (approximately $16 USD) and will contain five Christmas cards, original Japanese ornament, and album jacket with digipack.
Robot will be CNBLUE’s fourth Japanese single which is to be released on December 19, 2012. Meanwhile, check out the teaser video below: