After 2NE1’s Park Bom’s solo song was released, tears came steaming out of her eyes.
On the morning of the 21st, Park Bom had released her solo song, Don’t Cry, through a digital single. At the same time, she had swept all the charts at #1, achieving an ‘all kill’ for the second time after You & I.
YG representatives stated on this day through a telephone call with OSEN, “Park Bom’s song was released online, and at approximately 1AM, she phoned Teddy who had produced the song and burst into tears. The moment Park Bom had started crying, Teddy knew something was up and took the call while shocked and nervous. “
They added, “By the looks of it, when she had saw that her song placed #1 on various sites, Park Bom wanted to express her thanks to Teddy. Also, as the first ‘runner’ in the 2NE1 comeback, she was swarmed by relief and burden at the same time, and thus started crying. It seems that she was very worried to lead the 2NE1 comeback with her solo.”
Park Bom is currently dominating the music charts, with this so-called ‘through-the-roof’ force. From the moment after it was released, she swept not only on Melon, but also Dosirak, Soribada, M.NET, Bugs, Monkey3, and other representative Korean music charts, and achieved the status of ‘all-kill’.
These days, many girl groups and popular singers are making their comebacks and doing their promotions. Park Bom didn’t come back with the rest of 2NE1, but instead as a solo female singer. The phenomenon of her all-kill on the music charts have caused several to show their curiosity and interest towards Park Bom.
‘Don’t Cry’ is a fast-tempo R&B dance song with a piano melody and a house beat that matches it well. It was produced by the representative producer of 2NE1’s previous hit songs, ‘I don’t care’, ‘Fire’, ‘Can’t Nobody’, and ‘Go Away’. In addition, Park Bom’s previous single, ‘YOU & I’ was also a production of Teddy. The majority of netizens are commenting, ‘It’s a track that exceeds his previous work.’
Meanwhile, YG Entertainment will be revealing 2NE1’s new songs every three weeks, starting with Park Bom’s solo, and utilizing a differentiated promotion system.
Translated by GEE @ ygladies.com