BoA’s 1st US Album to Release March 17January 27, 2009 at 9:31 pm | Posted in Music, Releases | 9 Comments
Singer BoA will release her first album in the United States on March 17.
The track “Eat You Up” was first introduced as a digital single and “Look Who’s Talking” was made public on the stage in Korea at the SBS Music Festival, making a total of 11 tracks on the album. BoA’s excellent performance makes it feel like the music will be mainstream masterpieces.
Specifically, those who worked on her album have also worked on Usher’s “Yeah,” Chris Brown’s “Run It,” Pussycat Dolls’ “Buttons,” and with Beyonce, Britney Spears, and Jennifer Lopez. Also producer Sean Garrett, who worked with Rihanna’s “Disturbia” and Chris Brown’s “Forever,” as well as other popular producers like Brian Kennedy have been involved as well. BoA’s music capabilities plus the top producers working on the album have made expectations even higher.
BoA’s first album title song “I Did It For Love,” features Sean Garrett, who was the lyricist, composer, and producer. It’s a sophisticated song in the dance genre that will satisfy many American music fans.
Meanwhile, the first album “BoA” will begin sales on March 17 in the United States, Korea, Japan, and plans for the rest of the world, including Asia.
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The tracklist is below: (Check out #9! Heck yeah!)
1. I Did It For Love(featuring Sean Garrett)
3. Did Ya
4. Look Who’s Talking
5. Eat You Up
9. Girls On Top
10. Dress Off
11. Hypnotic dancefloor