‘1000 Songs Challenge’ Ooolala Session-EXID, it’s not about the battle of senior/junior. It’s about explosive performances that captivate!
Along with appearances by senior Kim Young Ho, Hyun Jin Young, BEG (Narsha & Jea), hot girl group EXID successfully took on challenges during JTBC 1000 Songs Challenge without feeling daunted by the senior contenders in the music industry.
While most contenders got eliminated during the first round, the only teams that managed to advance to the second round were Ooolala Session and EXID.
Especially ‘experienced rookie’ Solji who took on the challenge by singing ‘Resignation’, a song by Big Mama.
It became a hot topic among netizen and obviously the bar has been raised. EXID’s in a situation where they’re looking forward for the upcoming songs/genre that they’ll have to challenge later on.
As opposed from their usual sexy girl group image, it’s unexpected that they possess such powerful vocal. Right after the broadcast, Solji was ranked in the top of various portal sites. She’s known to be previously debuted in a duo (2NB) and being an aspiring vocal trainer. Hence, she’s also being labelled as an ‘experienced’ rookie.
The production crew shared that for the upcoming broadcast on the 27th, not only Solji’s vocal skill is shown, member Hani also performed a song by Park Ji Yoon. The audiences were entertained by Hani’s enjoyable and visually-pleasant stage.
For the episode, experienced OooLaLa Session (Superstar K 3 winner) managed to advance to the second round by completing the song, ‘Happy Cherry Ending’ by BuskerBusker.
For this week’s broadcast, Ooolala Session will be challenging on an uptempo dance song. Tickets to Hawaii in on the line. It’s between EXID and OooLaLa Session.
Eliminated seniors can only look forward to see who will be taking lead in the upcoming rounds.
Switch on to JTBC channel on the 27th (940pm KST) to enjoy and find out who’s the winner for this episode of 1000 Songs challenge.
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