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K-pops idols come together for G20 Seoul Summit song

2010/10/12 | 1163 views | Permalink | Source

Cover of G20 song "Let's Go" [Asia Bridge Contents]

Several top K-pop idols have come together to record a song promoting the upcoming G20 event in South Korea's capital of Seoul.

A press release from the event's promoter Asia Bridge Content announced that a member each from 20 idol groups including Girls' Generation, SHINee, 2PM, 2AM, Kara, BEAST, After School, Super Junior and Son Dam-bi have formed the 'Group of 20' to lend their voices for song "Let's Go".

"Let's Go", written by producers Shinsa Dong Tiger, Im Sang-hyuk, Eddie and BEAST member Jun-hyung, was produced to help the younger generation better understand the upcoming G20 event.

The song will be released online on October 15 and footage of the artists recording the track will be released as a music video.

Korea will hold the G20 Summit meeting from November 11 to 12 to discuss the state of the global economy and taking the necessary steps to reduce market volatility and for the future.

K-pop artists come together to sing the G20 song [Asia Bridge Content]

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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