KPOP Radio Chart Show M Countdown 2017 BP RANIA performance video.
The new girl group was called BP Rania with eight members from different parts of the world, Yijo, Joy, Riko, Jooyi, Saem, Di, T-ae, and Xia. The group made their debut back in April of 2011 with their debut extended play. A mini-album titled Teddy Riley. The First Expansion In Asia with the title track song “Dr. Feel Good” followed by a second featured song “Masquerade.”.
Kpop group BP Rania, formerly known as Rania, shortened from Black Pearl Regeneration Idol of Asia. Kpop-stylized as BP RaNia or BP RANIA is a South Korean girl group formed by DR Music in 2011, created by American Teddy Riley. They debuted as RANIA with their debut mini album Teddy Riley. The girl group firt expansion in Asia with title track Dr Feel Good released in April 2011.
They performed on 6 April on KBS’s Music Bank, with the title track “Dr Feel Good”, composed by producer Teddy Riley. The song was originally given to Lady Gaga. However, since their music video and live performances caused controversy in Korea as some viewers felt that their image and concept were too provocative. RANIA were forced to change their choreography and make minor changes to the outfits. After the conclusion of “Dr Feel Good” promotions, the group returned in June with their 1st digital single “Masquerade”.
Furthermore, here is the performance video of BP RANIA – Make Me Ah on Kpop TV show and on KPOP Radio.
The group’s current line-up is composed of Alex, Yina, Zi.U, Hyeme, Jieun, Ttabo & Yumin. RANIA was originally set to debut in mid 2010 as the third generation of Baby V.O.X. However their record company DR Music rebranded them as a new girl group named RANIA with 8 members.
Big Bang′s Daesung to Release Solo Mini Album ′D-DAY′
The upcoming album mark′s Daesung′s first solo album in 2 years since releasing his mini album Delight in Japan in October 2014. Daesung will be touring Japan beginning at the Seibu Prince Dome on April 15-16 and at the Kyocera Dome on April 22-23.
Top Japanese artists Ayaka, Hata Motohiro, Mizuno Yoshiki and more, who worked on Daesung′s solo debut album D′scover in 2013, will also be writing and composing for D-Day and Kameda Seiji will be leading the production.
Daesung debuted in Japan with his solo album D′scover in February 2013 and set a new record as a solo artist from a Korean group in Japan by ranking number 2 on Oricon′s Weekly Album Chart. Additionally, Daesung also received love for his solo album D′slove with the album reaching number 1 on Oricon′s Daily Album Chart and number 2 on their Weekly Album Chart. KPOP Radio/ Image