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Posted by AKP STAFF Thursday, April 14, 2011

The Boss's debut Japanese single places 6th on the daily Oricon chart


On April 13th, The Boss succeeded in ranking in the top 6 with their debut Japanese single on the Oricon chart! The boys headed over to Japan in September of last year to begin promoting under Digital Adventure/Sony Record. Unlike other K-Pop groups who just translate their Korean hits into Japanese, The Boss promoted with music composed directly by popular Japanese producers. Open World Entertainment revealed, "On the day of the album's release, Tower Records nearly ran out of The Boss's singles, proving the positive response from music fans. Even after seeing their achievement on the Oricon chart, the members themselves are having a hard time believing it. It's a bit early to say that it's a success with just landing on the daily chart, but we hope to expand ourselves through future promotions." Their title track, "Lover Power", has been earning much praise from the Japanese media. Many have commented, "The song fits well with the members' image", "They're rookies to look out for", and "They're a 'creamy' idol with a fresh feel." Their labelmates X-5 are currently preparing to debut as well, so Open World seems to have a busy year ahead of them. == 01. Love Power - 02. I Want To Take You Away Right Now - 03. If it's Already Become The End - 04. Towards That Future Yet Unseen - 05. Love Power (Instrumental) == Source: Economic News via Nate Tip: badvolkan91

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