Wednesday, July 4, 2012

K-pop's Blush performs in Seoul, Exciting [VIDEO]

K-pop fans rejoiced when the group Blush recently performed in Seoul to showcase their fifth album. Often referred to as the "Asian Spice Girls", the five member all-girls group performed at a private hall near Dosan Park in Southern Korea, featuring some of their big hits, including "Dance On", "Holding to a Dream", "Electric", and "All Star"

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Yoon Do-hyun, a judge and mentor of Project Lotus, also appeared as a special guest, performing his song "I Am A Butterfly", while playing the acoustic guitar. Project Lotus, was a 2010 TV audition which selected the members of the newly forming Blush group. When Yoon spoke about the girls in Blush he says he was worried about their outcome, but feels they are very professional and is glad to see their progress. With members from the Philippines, India, Hong Kong, Japan, and Korea, Blush made their debut in 2011 with the hit "Undivided" which featured Snoop Dogg. 

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Their second single, "Dance On", also became a hit, even being placed on the top of the Billboard Dance Chart. With their killer dance moves and energetic spirit, the group is continuing to flourish. They are currently working with famous record producer Eliot Kennedy. Kennedy is widely known due to his history of working with artists such as Celine Dion, Spice Girls, Robbie Williams, and Gary Barlow. 

Blush is continuing to promote their new album with performances in Seoul, Hong Kong, Japan, China, and the United States. They are also expected to make appearances on TV shows to familiarize them with Korean fans. 

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