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Alex and Horan Sing ‘Maybe, Maybe’ Composed by John Park and Park Jin Hee

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2012.05.06 11:41 CJ E&M enewsWorld Oh, MiJung Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

Alex and Horan of Clazziquai have reunited, with John Park and Park Jin Hee’s song. This is the first since they collaborated in 2011 for the soundtrack of the movie, Only You, starring So Ji Sup and Han Hyo Joo.

On May 5, Alex and Horan released their new song, Maybe, Maybe, on various music sites. This song was composed by John Park and Park JIn Hee on MBC’s Music and Lyrics.

Alex and Horan Sing ‘Maybe, Maybe’ Composed by John Park and Park Jin Hee

Alex and Horan’s company, Fluxus Music, said, “In order to complete the song’s atmosphere, John Park and Park Jin Hee visited Alex and Horan, and after listening to the demo tape, they decided to participate in the song after much thinking. After many times of editing and fixing, the four finally perfected the song.”

As the composer and lyricist of the song, John Park and Park Jin Hee said, “We’re really glad to have met two people who would make our song shine. It was hard, but we had fun making the song.”

With John Park’s polished song arrangement and Park Jin Hee’s honest and simple lyrics, Maybe, Maybe has been gathering interest since the time of its release.

As Clazziquai, Alex and Horan have released many hit songs, such as Come to Me and Lover Boy. They have also participated in the soundtracks for the dramas, My Lovely Samsoon with the song, She Is, and Pasta with Part Time Lover.

Alex and Horan will be preparing for the next Clazziquai album. According to a company representative, the new Clazziquai album will have Alex and Horan composing and writing songs, along with their producer, Clazzi.

Photo Credit: Fluxus Music

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