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2AM Won’t be Dancing for a While

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2012.03.13 17:25 CJ E&M enewsWorld Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Erika Kim

2AM is a vocalist group that’s had its fair share of dance pieces. But this time - the group is holding off on dances for awhile.

2AM held its comeback showcase on March 13 in Seoul, and revealed for the first time its performance of I Wonder If You Hurt Like Me, the first single cut from its second mini album Fitzgerald’s Love Story.

2AM Won’t be Dancing for a While

At the showcase, Jo Kwon revealed why the group didn’t include any dance pieces in its most recent album. He reminisced on when 2AM tried performing dance songs, and said, “I Did Wrong was a good song. The performance was great, too. I think if another singer had done it, it would’ve been even better.”

He then added to laughter from the audience, “I thought maybe we went too far. We’re going to stay away from dance songs for a while.”

Chang Min also joked, “They say the singer follows the song; everything turned out just like the title of the song.”

Jin Woon said, “If you listen to our albums, you can see that they contain many different genres like R&B, ballad and dance. We used to show the diversity of music we can take on, but there’s nothing like that for this album.”

“This album is one in which we brought together the music we’re good at,” Jin Woon finished.

I Wonder If You Hurt Like Me is a piece composed by Kim Do Hoon and lyricized by both Kim Do Hoon and Bang Si Hyuk, and is a ballad that contains the strong emotions of the vocalist group. On this day, Jung Jin Woon, Jo Kwon, Chang Min and Lim Seulong successfully performed I Wonder If You Hurt Like Me in front of the press and their fans.

Photo credit: Hea Jung Min

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