“Energetic” is the third single fromBoA‘s self-titled first English studio album. The track features (on the hook) and is produced bySean Garrett– and this is definitely my FAVORITE song off BoA’s album – it’s so upbeat and danceable, it’s hard to pass!
BoA will re-release her album this September. It will feature new tracks, including one withFlo Rida.
“I Did It for Love“ is a song by Korean pop singer BoA featuring singer-songwriter and record producer Sean Garrett. The song is her second single for her debut eponymous English album, BoA. The track was written and produced by Garrett.
BoA recently performed her latest Japanese single “Eien“ on Music Japan. “Eien/Universe/Believe in Love” (永遠/Universe feat.Crystal Kay&VERBAL(m-flo)/Believe in LOVE feat. BoA lit. Eternity?) is BoA’s twenty-seventh Japanese single. The track is featured on her second greatest hits album Best & USA.
BoA‘s latest album will be the debut eponymous English studio album by Korean pop singer BoA and her twelfth studio album overall. If you’re wondering what it sounds like, it’s basically the typical Britney Spears album – without the filler tracks and without the slow ballads. Bass thumping tracks from beginning to end. Exactly what you might expect from the queen of pop – BoA is definitely breaking into the U.S. With the help of Avant & Bloodshy, Brian Kennedy and Sean Garrett there’s no doubt this will please fans worldwide.
BoA, originally titled Look Who’s Talking, will be the debut eponymous English studio album by Korean pop singer BoA and her twelfth studio album overall. It was released on March 17, 2009. The album will be released in Japan boxed with her second greatest hits album, Best & USA, as a 2-in-1 CD.
BoA / “I Did It For Love” Music Video featuring Sean Garrett
“I Did It For Love” is her second single. The track features, was written and produced by Sean Garrett. It has the very addictive sound that Sean Garrett is currently perfecting with all theses smashes he’s been putting out lately. One of the best songs on the album. “I I I I – Did it did it did it for love..”
“Did Ya“ is a track that includes an acoustic guitar for most of the song, which gives a very different sound that what typically is found in BoA’s songs. It is produced by Bloodshy & Avant and is a great production. “forgot to mention my new man, take that.. You should’ve loved me right when you had me, shoulda shoulda but you didn’t Did Ya?”
“Dress Off“ is a very listenable pop/electo-rock track produced by Adrian Newman, however it sounds to the point you can hardly recognize it’s BoA in parts of the song. However, there is a point where BoA shows off her high vocals, which did impress me. “So all you gotta do is, take my dress off…”
BoA / “Energetic” Music Video
“Energetic“ is a bass thumping track, very similiar to Eat You Up. It is produced by Sean Garrett who is also uncredited featured. No doubt my favorite track on the entire album. The bass that gets you dancing the second it kicks in, an excellent production from start to finish. HOT! “I’m feelin so energtic, don’t think ya’ll will ever get it.”
BoA / “Eat You Up” Music Video
“Eat You Up“ is the first single, produced by Henrik Jonback. This track is very infectious and insanely catchy. If it hasn’t already, you’ll be singing the hook aloud and bumpin it in your system. “I’ll eat you love, your love, your love I’ll eat you up, your love, your love I’ll eat you up, so yum yum Can’t get enough, I think I’m in love.” Excellent single and song!
“Touched“ samples the Jewely box windup sound (listen, you’ll get it), and it does it over one of the hottest beats on the entire album. It was produced by Bloodshy & Avant“I wanna be touched, I wanna be touched…”
“Look Who’s Talking“ is produced Henrik Jonback, and includes writing credits from Britney Spears. Meet South Korean Britney. The track is also a cover of the 2007 B-side by German girl group Monrose.It sounds identical to what Britney used to do around her Britney/In The Zone era.“Hey hey hey, so look whos talking loud – thats what this songs about, Me. Hey hey hey…”
“Obsessed“ is an electro-rock song, produced by Brian Kennedy that you could easily hear in Guitar Hero with similiar styles to Freeze Pop. “I’m obsessed with you tonight.. I’m goin crazy if I’m myself, I want you and no one else, simply on a signal of my distress I’m confess – I’m obsessed. “
“Girls On Top“ is an English cover of the song with the same name from her fifth Korean studio album.
“Hypnotic Dancefloor” is a really nice dance production by Henrik Jonback. It has an alright hook but a really good beat. Really makes you want to dance. I’m sure if you’re familiar to dancing on a dancefloor, you know that it can be really fun. Hypnotic Dancefloor is a nice track that sums it all up in a song. “Burning up on this Hypnotic Dancefloor, I’m gonna..”
“Eat You Up” and “I Did It For Love” both have been very successful online. Despite the lack of promotion – fans will really notice the quality of the album. Bass thumping tracks with infectious hooks – what’s not to like?! Some fans may not like it however. BoA whom used to write her own songs on previous albums, lacks that on this album. There are some very standout tracks and overall a great dance party and album. So if you don’t mind some professionally written/produced songs, then you have nothing to worry about. BoA provides some great vocals over a great upbeat album. This might please the upbeat listener (like me), but might not meet some expections for those listeners wanting to hear a ballad.
“I Did It For Love” featuring Sean Garrett
“Eat You Up”
THE HYPE FACTOR Evaluation: 4 1/2 out of 5
Check out BoA’s debut album eponymous English studio album. Available now!
“Eien/Universe/Believe in Love” (永遠/Universe feat.Crystal Kay&VERBAL(m-flo)/Believe in LOVE feat. BoA,lit. Eternity) will be BoA’s twenty-seventh Japanese single. It will be released on February 18th, 2009 in two formats, are CD-only and CD+DVD. The second A-side, Universe, features fellow J-pop singer Crystal Kay and label mate, Verbal of M-Flo. The third A-side is the acoustic version of Ravex’s single “Believe in Love”, which features BoA.
“I Did It For Love” is the second single from Korean singer BoA.
It features Sean Garrett (whom it composed and writing credits) to be included on BoA, tentatively titled Look Who’s Talking, will be the debut eponymous English studio album by Korean pop singer BoA and her twelfth studio album overall.
It was released on March 17, 2009. The album will be released in Japan boxed with her second greatest hits album, Best & USA, as a 2-in-1 CD.
The long awaited Eat You Up (Remix) is finally here, it is produced by DJ Montay for BoA’s upcoming English/US release and English breakthrough. The track features Flo Rida.
BoA performed “Eat You Up” as well as other songs at YouTube’s Tokyo Live, and is soon to perform in New York City on December 3, 2008, as well as the Jingle Ball at the Anaheim Honda Center on December 6, 2008.
1. So What (Bimbo Jones Radio Edit) – Pink
2. Out Of My Mind – Lasgo
3. Everytime We Touch – David Guetta & Chris Willis with Steve Angello & Sebastian Ingrosso
4. T-Shirt (Josh Harris Radio Mix) – Shontelle
5. Close To Me (Original Radio Edit) – Captcha
6. Better In Time (Jason Nevins Radio Edit) – Leona Lewis
7. Some Kinda Rush (Soul Seekerz Radio Edit) – Booty Luv
8. Chemistry – Velvet
9. Right Here (Departed) (Moto Blanco Radio Edit) – Brandy
10. I Remember – Deadmau5 & Kaskade
11. Only One – Chris Lake
12. Haunted – Paul Van Dyk
13. Come Out And Play – Madison Park
14. Put Your Hands On – No Halo
15. Jeopardy (Dave Aude Radio Remix) – Sultan & Ned Shepard
16. Eat You Up (DJ Escape & Johnny Vicious Radio Edit) – BoA
17. Time Will Never (Fade Me Away) (Georgie Peorgie Radio Mix) – Chris “The Greek” Panaghi
18. I Ran (So Far Away) – Darude f./Blake Lewis
19. When You Touch Me (Mike Rizzo Radio Edit) – Freemasons f./Katherine Ellis
20. Magic Touch (Moto Blanco Radio Edit) – Robin Thicke f./Mary J. Blige
21. It’s Over (GIMO Mix) – Jesse McCartney
22. Licky – Larry Tee f./Princess Superstar
But you know, use another video (the Korean one to re-release the single as a U.S. remix) instead of just remixing the video? Maybe including Flo Rida in the video also, would be a nice touch. He seemed to have been missing in MichelleWilliam‘s video.
“Eat You Up” is the first lead US single from overseas Asian Pop star BoA. The single was produced by Bloodshy & Avant. Korean Choreography by: Misha Gabriel and Nick Bass. It’s still unsure how well she will do in America, but the track has been well perceived. According to many fans, this version is the better of the two – compared to the English version.
“Eat You Up” is the first lead US single from overseas Asian Pop star BoA. The single was produced by Bloodshy & Avant.
BoA is the equivalent to Britney in Asia (record sales, etc.). She’s the most successful Asian female artists in the world. She sings in Korean (native language), Japanese, Chinese and English. The digital single is released on October 7th, and the commercial CD single is released on November 11th. Her US debut album is titled Look Who’s Talking due in January ’09.
I’ll eat you up.. so yum-yum.. can’t get enough.. I think I’m in love…
“The Face” is BoA‘s sixth studio Japanese album. It will be released on February 27, 2008. The album will be released a week after her next single, “be with you.” The full album is known to have total of fifteen tracks along with 3 different types of packaging: regular CD, CD+DVD, and first press. This is also BoA’s third consecutive Japanese studio album released. From Ongoingmelody.
2. Sweet Impact
3. My Way, Your Way feat. WISE
4. be with you.
5. LOSE YOUR MIND feat. Yutaka Furukawa
6. Girl In The Mirror
7. Happy Birthday
8. Diamond Heart
9. LOVE LETTER
11. ギャップにやられた! (Gyappu ni yarareta! / Victim of Fear!)
13. Smile again
14. Beautiful Flowers
15. Best Friend
16. Hey Boy, Hey Girl (SEAMO feat. BoA)