B.A.P Released The Japanese Version of “Excuse Me”
B.A.P, TS Entertainment’s hip-hop boy group, consist of members Yong Guk, Him Chan, Dae Hyun, Young Jae, Jong Up, and Zelo, and has proven to be a popular K-Pop act around the world.
The group recently released the Japanese version of “Excuse Me.” In the music video, the guys portray thieves who looks for shiny objects inside the museum.
B.A.P’s Japanese Single Has Three Versions With the popularity of B.A.P in Japan, they released three versions of their Japanese single “Excuse Me.” The three versions are Type A, Type B, and Limited.
B.A.P released the three versions on September 3rd.
Type A Version Type B Version Limited Version Teaser Photos That Were Released B.A.P Were Featured on the Show ‘MTV Sessions’ On September 11th, B.A.P were on the show ‘MTV Sessions’ as part of their recent trip to meet fans in Singapore.
The show was held at the Resort World Sentosa’s Waterfront Studio.
During the show, B.A.P performed some of their hit singles.
Zelo expressed his excitement and said, “Unlike the concerts we’ve held, this is going to be a different experience for us and the fans because it’s an intimate performance where everyone can see us up close and interact with us.”