K-pop girl group miss A, who had been raising anticipation of a new song release through teaser images and videos released starting mid-September, unveiled their second single album "Step Up" today.
The album containing a total of four songs went on sale on various web-based music providers as well as the revealing of the full-length music video for the album's title track "Breathe" on the girls' official YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/missa
"Breathe," written and composed by miss A's producer and major talenthouse JYP Entertainment founder Park Jin-young, is based on reggaeton, a combination of Jamaica reggae with hip-hop.
AQ Entertainment, the sub-label of major entertainment house JYP Entertainment (JYPE) in charge of managing miss A, explained through a press release, "miss A's second single is 180 degrees different from their last album, containing their exotic and doll-like transformation."
The quartet, composed of Korean members Min and Suzy, and Chinese members Fei and Jia, will give their first performance for the new song through cable channel Mnet's music program "M! CountDown" on October 7.
The group debuted in July this year with "Bad Girl Good Girl" which swept various music charts for up to a month.
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