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T-Ara - Second Single - Yayaya album flac

  • Performer: T-Ara
  • Album: Second Single - Yayaya
  • FLAC: 1187 mb | MP3: 1587 mb
  • Released: 2011
  • Style: K-pop
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 869
T-Ara - Second Single - Yayaya album flac


1 Yayaya (Japanese Ver.)
2 Roly-Poly (Korean Ver.)
3 Yayaya (Inst.)
4 Roly-Poly (Inst.)

The Album comes with a CD, DVD, Poster/Lyrics and a randomly selected Photocard. Tracks on the CD: 1. Yayaya (Japanese ve. 2. Roly-Poly (Korean ve. 3. Yayaya (Inst. My Complete Kpop Collection 2017!

T-ara's debut studio album Absolute First Album was released in 2009. It peaked at number two on the Gaon Album Chart and produced two Korean top ten singles, "Bo Peep Bo Peep" and "Like the First Time". The EP spawned two Gaon top five singles, "What's Wrong" (왜 이러니) and "Yayaya". The group's 2011 EP John Travolta Wannabe (존 트라볼타 워너비) peaked at number three on the Gaon Album Chart and produced the single "Roly-Poly", which charted atop the Korea K-Pop Hot 100 chart and became the highest-selling digital single of 2011 in South Korea, with over four million digital downloads. The group consolidated their reputation. "T-ara Discography: Single Complete Best Album 'Queen of Pops'" (in Japanese). Universal Music Japan. Retrieved May 2, 2016.

T-ara released their debut studio album, Absolute First Album, on November 27, 2009. 9,000 people took the survey on various music portals with 53% (4,770 people) choosing "Cheoeum Cheoreom" over "Bo Peep Bo Peep". However, the latter was promoted on music shows instead for unknown reasons. was released in digital format on December 1, 2010, along with their second single, "Yayaya".

T-ara forges full steam ahead with their busy and eventful year with the release of their first Japanese best-of album, Queen of Pops! The release is the album companion to T-ara’s Japanese music video compilation of the same name and includes all of T-ara’s Japanese singles to date. CD 1 – 01. Bo Peep Bo Peep (Japanese ve. 02. 03. Roly-Poly (Japanese ve. 04. Lovey-Dovey (Japanese ve.

T-ara appeared in 2009 with the support of the recording label Core Contents Media. The initial lineup featured five young women, Jiwon, Jiae, Eunjung, Hyomin, and Jiyeon. The name for the girl’s band was chosen to inspire the artists to be queen-like since a tiara is an important part of the queen’s attire. The album climbed to the second spot of South Korea Gaon Album Chart. It featured such hits as "One & One", "Tic Tic Toc", "Like the First Time", and "Apple is A". After the album’s release, many fans wanted to book T-ara for their private events. In 2010, the group presented its first EP, Temptastic, which came in second on the national South Korean Albums Chart. The single Yayaya featured in the EP, sold almost . million copies, which was a huge success for the team. In 2011, the artists recorded two EPs, John Travolta Wannabe and Black Eyes.

Album jacket concepts for T-ara’s second Japanese single, YaYaYa, to be released on November 30th. Filed Under: Concept Photos Tagged With: Japan, Yayaya. Japanese Yayaya concept photos. SoYeon’s Twitpic on 110925 in new Yayaya costume. Japanese version of YaYaYa? Or perhaps more unlikely, the new Korean album concept? new new newww YaYaYa ★. Update: Yayaya will officically be T-ara’s second Japanese single.

Treasure Box is the second Japanese studio album by South Korean idol group T-ara. 1 Release and Promotion. Release and Promotion.

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yayaya" is the second Japanese single release by T-ARA.