Girls' Generation to Release Digital Remix EP of "The Boys"
Thu, 15 Dec 2011 11:46:51
K-Pop alert! The Girls are about to educate you with "The Boys."
Interscope recording artist Girls' Generation will release a digital remix EP of their global hit "The Boys" on Dec. 20. The eight-track EP features remixes by Clinton Sparks, Disco Fries, Teddy Riley and David Anthony, along with special guests Snoop Dogg and Lil Playy. Snoop is always in the hizzy in the pop sphere.
Additionally, Girls' Generation special album The Boys will be released Jan. 17, 2012 and will include all the songs from "The Boys" remix EP as well as a selection of Korean language songs from their third Korean studio album.
An all-girl pop band featuring the vocal and dance talents of nine difference signature members, Girls' Generation released their new English language single "The Boys" globally and performed to a sold out audience at Madison Square Garden this past October. They've released three Korean albums, three mini-albums and one Japanese full-length, in addition to various singles.
The members of the group sing in both Korean and English. Their 2009 track "Gee" is the longest running Number One song on the Korean Broadcasting System's charts; it held the top spot for nine consecutive weeks.
Watch the video for "The Boys" by going here.
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