L’Arc-en-Ciel, a popular Japanese music band, which ranked top on October 13, has dropped to the second. It is the second time of a great achievement for SHINee to step up on the top position on the Oricon Chart following with its second single, “Juliet.”
As an addictive song with an intense, sophisticated rhythm, “Lucifer” is the title song of its second Korean album that was released in Koreain July last year. In just one day, 18,409 copies were bought.
SHINee is now firmly determined to leave an indelible impression, confident of the trendy, sophisticated music and dance moves they show off in “Lucifer.” When they revealed “Juliet,” their second Japanese single, the song climbed to the top of the Oricon Chart in just a day. That’s one reason there are such high expectations for SHINee’s third single.
In late June last year, the boy group advanced intoJapanwith its first Japanese single. “Replay.” In just two months, the song captivated the hearts of Japanese fans, ranking top on the Oricon Singles Chart.
It is also good news that SHINee has been selected to sing a song for the sound track of Stranger 6, a TV drama series co-produced in Japan, China, and Korea, scheduled to air in December.
Stranger 6 is expected to be a blockbuster, featuring the stories of six specialists at an international agency from China, Japan, and Korea, who are responsible to protect a joint trade zone for the three countries.