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Gummy is a rapper now? | allkpop.com
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Gummy is a rapper now? | allkpop.com

Gummy made an appearance on 'Yoo Hee Yeol's Sketchbook' this week and showed off her talents beyond just singing.

SEE ALSO: Gummy shows love for IU and Park Bom's voices

In the interview, she mentioned that her domestic tour in Korea has sold out, and in response, Yoo Hee Yeol asked what was her secret. She replied, "Because the crowd can be so diverse from age to gender, I try to show different sides of myself. I sing, dance, and rap". 

Much like the crowd, Yoo Hee Yeol could not wait to hear her rap. He asked for "YGGR" (Bobby ver.), and she absolutely nailed it. Yoo Hee Yeol joked with her that she should be going on 'Show Me The Money' and might give some rappers run for their money.

KARD x AKP Collab Merch! | allkpop.com
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KARD x AKP Collab Merch! | allkpop.com

Exciting news KARD fans! Our first official collaboration with this hot new co-ed group is here!

allkpop THESHOP,has become thego-toshop for Premium K-POP Gear and now we bring you another exciting collab!

KARD, this refreshing co-ed group has been gaining much love from all over the world with their catchy tracks ''Oh NaNa'', ''Don't Recall'', ''Rumor'', and most recently "Hola Hola".

They've recently completed their first world tour -- all before making their official debut with Hola Hola, and now we bring you our First Official Collab with KARD!

[Album Review] 10cm - '4.0' | allkpop.com
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[Album Review] 10cm - '4.0' | allkpop.com

After a year that saw the act change from a duo into a solo project, 10cm has returned with a new album to greet fans. Following Yoon Cheol Jong's departure from the group due to health issues, fans were uncertain of the future of 10cm, but member Kwon Jeong Yeol made his way back to the Korean music scene triumphantly with the '4.0' album.  The work is mature and looks forward to the future yet to come rather than trying to re-create the past.

'4.0' kicks off with the track "Everything," introduced by a tender acapella section that truly highlights Kwon Jeong Yeol's new context as a solo artist. The track is accompanied by the sounds of an upright bass, giving it a different feel than your usual acoustic ballad. Potent and cathartic, "Everything" leads off the album like the opening words of a love letter.