March 21, 2011 09:33
CNBLUE, who swept the newcomer of the year trophy in various K-pop awards last year, have landed 100,000 pre-orders for their first album "First Step" released Monday.
The four-member band are among the most promising musicians of the year, topping Japan's Oricon Indies Weekly chart. Expanding their fan base before their Korean debut by busking and singing in clubs in Japan over 100 times, they are planning their official debut in Japan this year.
"We believe fans are showing great interest in CNBLUE's first official album as well as their first new songs in a long time," their management agency said. "All members did their best to complete this album."
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