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Lovelyz received a love call from a famous American producer?

By beansss   Wednesday, April 27, 2016   34,458   6,377   62



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According to reports, Woollim Entertainment's rookie girl group Lovelyz received an offer to debut in the U.S. from a famous American producer! 

Reportedly, a representative of Woollim stated, "Producer Brent Fischer contacted Lovelyz via their producer Yoon Sang, expressing desire to help Lovelyz debut in the States." 

How exciting for Lovelyz! Will we be seeing the girls venture out into pop music in the near future?
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Sam091094 Tuesday, May 2, 2017

I think it would not be a good idea to debut in other countries just yet. These girls needs to have their own mark in their own country first before going international. I have a feeling Lovelyz will change a lot like a lot if they debut in america. Innocence isn't that famous anymore anywhere you are. (I suddenly thought of something but I won't say it so it won't cause any issue.) But their is still some people who still loves and appreciate idols like lovelyz, like me.

truedat Thursday, April 28, 2016

I am rly happy for Lovelyz especially bc I am a Woollim stan since 2014, but the US' concept for their music is too liberated I don't think it'll work for Lovelyz. But anyways,kudos to our girls!

BTSl0ver Wednesday, April 27, 2016

wowww that is really good for them, but tbh, i would have thought these famous producers would have contacted some other groups, maybe ones that are more popular,. They have a little bit of a too cute concept that i don't think will work too well in the US, only my opinion tho, thry are otherwise rlly good

IFNTLVLZ Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Wow!! Brent Fischer!?!? I'm so happy for Lovelyz, they are getting more attention, and from a great composer overseas! I'm worried about debuting in the States though because it hasn't really worked out for anybody.

ilutgg Wednesday, April 27, 2016

As much as I would like them, among other kpop artists to come over here and debut... I dont think it would really work out. Its been attempted before with not so great results... but its really cool how they are getting recognition from a well known producer!

daFoolio Wednesday, April 27, 2016

i want SK artists to succeed in the US... but Kpop is a style of its own... VERY different from US music...  but now that kpop is so global now is probably its best chance at entering the US market.  i don't know how the states would feel about a 8 member cutesy girl group~

kesirel Wednesday, April 27, 2016

The only fact that they're getting noticed for their vocals and talent is amazing! Slay.

pink_oracle Wednesday, April 27, 2016

I really like Lovelyz.....but there is NO room for them in the American music market. Even if they completely change their image it's still practically impossible for them to do well over there, girl groups are not in trend right now at all. And I seriously don't want to see these ladies slut-it-up to try to make money over there when they should be focusing on Japan and China.

Exo_Leia Wednesday, April 27, 2016

This guy has worked with many amazing artist (Prince, Michael Jackson, Natalie Cole, Usher and some more) so I think they would do well, I'm just not sure how their image would fit in the U.S...

bobfish Exo_Leia Wednesday, April 27, 2016

He is very talented and I think a collaboration would be great, but they should release it in Korea and Japan, not America.

Exo_Leia bobfish Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Yup, that'd probably be better for everyone xD

KpopPRs (Banned) Wednesday, April 27, 2016

googled him, he looks jewish, it's probably not a good move. He's likely trying to introduce interracial to korea.

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