Wonder Girls ft. Akon - Like Money

Posted 4 years ago
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Producer:
Woo S. Rhee “Rainstone"
Album:
None (Promo Single)

While Americans tend to think that music begins and ends at our borders, there are global superstars being made well beyond the U.S.’ reach. Case in point, Korean pop sensations The Wonder Girls, who are now plotting a takeover of the States with new single Like Money. Producer Woo S. Rhee “Rainstone”, sets the pace with a synth-driven beat that should translate to clubs across the world while the assorted Wonder Girls (Yubin, Yeeun, Sunye, Sohee and Hyelim) take turns insisting that while money can’t buy love, it can sure make that love just a little bit nicer. Add in a guest verse from the seemingly hiatused Akon and you’ve got a cut that might just succeed in bringing a taste of K-Pop magic to America. So how about it folks, are you ready to welcome The Wonder Girls?

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