Wonder Girls to make comeback in the United States with a new English album
Girl group Wonder Girls will invade the pop market in the United States once again.
American authoritative music chart and magazine Billboard reported on the Wonder Girls on September 12 with the title, “Wonder Girls say English album to come out very soon.”
It says, “They first hit the scene in 2009 with an English-language version of their Korean mega hit “Nobody.” While a title and date are still undecided, the group is more than aware of how hungry fans are for this album.”
According to the Billboard, the Wonder Girls is working with confirmed producers include J.R. Rotem (“SOS” Rihanna, “Fly” Nicki Minaj & Rihanna) and producers from their agency JYP Entertainment. As well, top-notch songwriters like Chrystal Nicole (who wrote “Like Money” and their track “DJ Is Mine”), Wynter Gordon, Claude Kelly, Nick Jonas are all on-board.
The Billboard also talked about their song “Like Money,” in which pop star Akon was featured. The song, which is an electric pop, ranked high on a radio chart.
The group previously held a special promotion through the TV show Wonder Girls at the Apollo on MTV. The Wonder Girls were also nominated at the ‘Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards’ in March and drew a lot of attention from their teenage fans.