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Tiger JK′s Prejudice Against B2ST′s Yong Jun Hyung Dissolved After Working with Him

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2015.03.21 17:00 Newsen Lee Min JI Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

Tiger JK opened up about working on his new album with B2ST′s Yong Jun Hyung.

On March 18, Tiger JK, Yoon Mirae and Bizzy of the project group, MFBTY, met in Sinsa, where Tiger JK praised Yong Jun Hyung, who was featured in their new song Let It Go.

"There was a lot of prejudice about us working with Yong Jun Hyung. It′s a K-Pop album that we′ve redefined and there were a lot of questions regarding our collaborations with idol rappers," explained Tiger JK. "There were some responses through SNS saying we shouldn′t and that our class levels were different, but I wanted to tear down that wall and have fun working together."

Tiger JK′s Prejudice Against B2ST′s Yong Jun Hyung Dissolved After Working with Him

"We actually made the request for him after looking for someone who produces and makes their own music. He thought about it for about 20 days. Even the prejudice that we held broke down. He kept on analyzing the song over and over again, asking, ′How about we do it like this?′ and making different suggestions. I enjoyed doing something together that not many people have high hopes for."

"He gave us a lot of help and a lot of tips. At first, this song, Let It Go was this kind of song. But because his direction and sense was fresh, a new song was born," said Tiger JK, quite satisfied with the results.

Tiger JK′s Prejudice Against B2ST′s Yong Jun Hyung Dissolved After Working with Him

MfBTY released its first official album WondaLand on March 19. The album features many artists, such as the rock legend, Jeon In Kwon, the talented hip-hop musician Dok2, indie band Windy City′s Kim Banjang, world-renowned electronic duo EE, new generation diva Song Seung Yeon, producer idols BTS′ Rap Monster, B2ST′s Yong Jun Hyung and more.

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