Nice Guy‘s male lead, Song Joong Ki, recently released ‘Really’, the OST for the said drama.
Sidus HQ posted a photo of Joong Ki recording for the song. The picture has been receiving attention because of his variety of expressions like him fully singing with his heart with his eyes closed and sometimes an awkward smile because he was not used to the situation.
For Wednesday-Thursday drama series, Nice Guy is in first place. His portrayal of his character Kang Maru has been complimented a lot. He also filmed the movie, A Werewolf Boy, and is now a box office hit in South Korea.
Source: News and Image – enews24
Jay Park has become the first Asian singer to receive the Gold title on Datpiff for his original mix tape, as demand for his self-written works increased. On the 20th of July, Jay Park’s company Sidus HQ revealed that Jay Park’s mix tape FRESH A!R:BREATHE !T had surpassed the 100,000 mark in downloads, attaining the status of ‘Gold’ on Datpiff; America’s biggest mixtape site.
Many American hip hop artistes create mix tapes, a compilation of songs created by mixing other songs together, and release them via the site. Park has become the first Asian singer to receive the Gold title, his mixtape ranked above internationally known artists such as Kanye West, Lil Sean and 50Cent in the fierce competition online. What makes this achievement all the more outstanding is that no advertisements were made prior to the release of the album.
Jay Park created the album and released it free for everyone as a show of appreciation towards his fans. The album is titled BODY2BODY and includes 6 songs: title song BODY2BODY, Be With Me 2Night, Do What We Do, Hopeless Love, William Hung, You Know How We Do.
Netizens commented online, saying:
“He has become cooler, being adventurous in his music.”
“I tried listening to the mixtape and really liked it.”
“Jay Park, your music is great.”
In related news, Jay Park will kick-start his tour ‘New Breed Asia Tour’ with the first concert on the 18th of August in Seoul Olympics Hall.
Picture source: jaypark