During the May 20 broadcast of the JTBC music selection present, Block B’s BASTARZ and Lovelyz put their personal spin on iconic songs by the 2 veteran artists.
Singer-turned-actress Jang Nara returned to the stage for the primary time in 16 years to sing her well-known hit “Sweet Dream.” She commented afterwards, “My first efficiency in 16 years. I used to be actually, actually nervous.”
When requested why she hadn’t continued to pursue her music profession, Jang Nara defined, “For some time, all I did was appearing, after which it grew to become tough for me to return to singing. Looking again, I wasn’t good at multitasking.”
However, she went on to disclose that she had lately grow to be involved in returning to music. She shared, “While I used to be practising my vocals for a tune that I wish to sing, I acquired the provide from ‘Sugar Man,’ which is how I ended up showing on the present.”
Rapper Yang Dong Geun additionally carried out his basic hit “Alley” and talked about his causes for eager to remake the tune, which was initially sung by Lee Jae Min. Yang Dong Geun, who started his profession within the leisure trade as a toddler actor, recalled, “When I used to be younger, I spent extra time on filming units than I did in school. So I ended up listening to quite a lot of music on my own. I favored hip hop music, and it influenced me a terrific deal.”
He went on to clarify that he had been impressed by the unique model of the tune. “‘Alley’ is a remake tune,” he stated. “The unique tune was sung by Lee Jae Min, and his efficiency wormed its approach into my head and caught with me.”
Yang Dong Geun additionally shared the explanation why he not promotes as a rapper. “I used to be bothered by the issues I’d stated [in my songs],” he confessed. “During the method of reworking from a free spirit right into a father, I saved pondering, ‘Why did I act like that?’”
He added jokingly, “That, and my albums additionally didn’t promote.”
Lovelyz and Block B’s BASTARZ then took to the stage to carry out their personal fashionable rearrangements of “Sweet Dream” and “Alley” respectively. Check out their dwell performances under!