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T-ara N4 to release album, perform in U.S. next weekBy Claire Lee
Published : May 20, 2013 - 19:58
The girl group reportedly met with recording artist Chris Brown in the U.S. last week, and signed a deal with an American record label to release their upcoming U.S. album, “Jeonwon Diary.”
The upcoming album will include a total of five different English-language versions of the group’s Korean debut single, “Jeonwon Diary.” Popular U.S. rappers, including Brown, Snoop Dogg, Ray J and T-Pain will feature one track each.
T-ara N4 is leaving for the U.S. on Saturday to perform at Chris Brown’s solo concert, which is set to be held on May 26 in Las Vegas. The group is also scheduled to attend the BET Awards with Brown, slated to be held in Los Angeles on June 30.
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