CJ E&M just released a cleaner version of Brave Girls’ “Rollin” MV as it was previously rated as 19+. The cleaner version now has 15+ rating. On March 9, CJ E&M released a cleaner version of Brave Girl’s MV for “Rollin” as it previously received a 19+ rating. The current clean version of the MV has now been rated as 15+. According to All Kpop , the clean version for Brave Girl’s “Rollin” MV is mostly the same with the previous version of the MV. However, the clean version has taken away the sexually suggestive close-up shots. Meanwhile, Brave Girls’ “Rollin” is still not permitted for nationwide broadcast in Korea as it was deemed so by KBS. As previously reported , Brave Girls’ “Rollin” track was deemed unfit for broadcast by KBS. This is because broadcasting station has found out that the lyrics to the song contained vulgar words. KBS has found out that “Rollin” had a Korean vernacular word for “embarrassment”. That is why the broadcasting station decided that Brave Girls’ “Rollin” is unfit for nationwide broadcast. Brave Girls still have hope though. They just have to make sure to change the song’s lyrics – but until then,
It seems that Brave Girls are on schedule as they just released teaser images of themselves on Feb. 28. The girl group’s official comeback is on March 7 as they release their 4 th mini album titled “Rollin”. On Tuesday, Feb. 28, Brave Girls released teaser images of each of the members for their up and coming 4 th mini album “Rollin”. The album is slated for a March 7 release. The teaser images featured Brave Girls members Yuna, Eunji, Yujeong, and Minyoung. They all looked stunning and posed enthusiastically wearing all black tops, red skirts and black stockings, reports All Kpop . It can be remembered that Brave Girls shared solid details about their official comeback on Feb. 27. The schedule revealed that aside from the teaser images, the fans will be getting track listings and music video teaser clips. According to the revealed schedule, Brave Girls will be unveiling the track listing for “Rollin” on March 2. Two music video teasers will then be released afterwards on March 3 and March 6, respectively. It is also in the revealed schedule that the album “Rollin” will be released on March 7 at 12 P.M. KST. The album will be
Austin Mahone surprised a lot of his fans as well as followers of ex-girlfriend Becky G as he dropped new music along with one with the “Break A Sweat” singer. According to a report on E! Online , the new music was not the much-anticipated debut album from the “Dirty Work” singer. Instead, it was a pre-debut treat for his fans featuring the likes of T-Pain, Chris Brown and more. “I’ve been working so hard on my new album, and I’ve taken a lot of time figuring out my new sound and making my debut perfect,” the “Dirty Work” singer said in a statement as cited by the source above. “‘This Is Not the Album’ is for my Mahomies, who have continued to be so supportive throughout the entire process.” While the new music had a lot of offering, what caught many people’s attention was Austin Mahone’s song “Rollin’” with ex-girlfriend, Becky G. As reported by Perez Hilton , the song was a “smooth R&B.” The song seemingly was talking about a ride together with one line even saying “I want you with me.” Sadly though, the “Dirty Work” singer and the “Break A Sweat singer called it quits in August.