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SISTAR′s Soyou Says Members Have Gotten Closer Since Living Separately

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2015.06.22 14:01 Newsen Yoon Hyo Jung

What is the driving force that has enabled SISTAR to endure five years together?

The SISTAR members shared their thoughts on celebrating five years at their comeback showcase for mini album Shake It, held at the COEX Artium in Seoul on June 22.

SISTAR′s Soyou Says Members Have Gotten Closer Since Living Separately

Soyou said, "It was our five year anniversary not too long ago, and the members don′t set a date to play often, but this time, we went to a bowling alley, played, drank beer and had fun, making promises to each other. I think we were able to get to this point without any major issues because we help each other out."

She continued, "I think the driving force behind our teamwork over five years is the members′ relationship. Our leader led us without major issues. After dorming together last year, we all live separately now, but I think we′ve gotten closer. We′re affectionate towards each another."

Meanwhile, SISTAR′s third mini album, which marks the group′s return in 10 months since Touch My Body and I Swear last summer, contains SISTAR′s signature dance tracks and other high quality tracks. Title track Shake It is produced by hitmakers Duble Sidekick, and is a signature SISTAR summer song. It′s a retro dance track with a strong brass sound, funky groove and catchy hook, highlighting the members′ refreshing vocals.

The album′s strength is that it maintains SISTAR′s color all while telling different stories. From the energetic melody to the sexy music video, which contains humorous elements, and an easy-to-follow dance, the song is set to capture male and female fans and take over the music scene this summer.

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