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Published : 2014-08-03 18:07
Updated : 2014-08-03 18:07

Girl group SPICA will soon join the rank of K-pop singers who have broadened their domain into the U.S.

The group of five ladies is to drop English song “I Did It” on Wednesday jointly with music giant, Billboard Magazine, SPICA’s management agency B2M said on Friday.

The upcoming debut in the U.S. was co-produced by several producers who worked with popular pop stars like Carly Rae Jepson, Shakira, Far East Movement and Madonna.

“I Did It” is a fusion of styles, including R&B, hip-hop and funk, to create an up tempo pop song for the public to enjoy.

“We are so excited to showcase our first song and music video in the U.S. We are also looking forward to meeting new fans,” members of SPICA said through their agency.

SPICA is to perform at Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena as part of “K-CON 2014” on Saturday, following its new song’s release.

By Ha Ji-won, Intern reporter (jiwonha@heraldcorp.com)

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