When did crush by 2NE1 come out?

When did crush by 2NE1 come out?

Crush is the second Korean full-length album by 2NE1. It was released on February 27, 2014. “Come Back Home” served as the album’s title track with “Gotta Be You” as their follow-up track. A Japanese version of the album was released on June 25, 2014.

When did 2NE1 release their first full length album?

The group recorded 10 songs in their initial sessions. In that September, the group released their first full-length album To Anyone, which debuted at number seven on the Billboard World Album Chart.

Which is the most downloaded song by 2NE1?

“I Don’t Care” became the most-downloaded song of that month, and was later named music portal Bugs most downloaded song of the year. It lead the chart with four of the group’s other songs in the top 100, making 2NE1 the act with the most Bugs top 100 songs in 2009.

What was the highest ranking Crush album ever?

Commercially, the album peaked at number 2 on the Gaon Album Chart as well as on the US Billboard World Albums.

Crush is the second and final Korean studio album by South Korean girl group 2NE1. The single was released digitally at midnight local time on February 14, 2014.

Who are the members of the group Crush?

Crush was primarily produced by Teddy Park with additional contributions from Choice 37, Dee.P, Masta Wu, Choi Pil-kang and Peejay, as well as group leader CL. Stylistically, the album incorporates a broad range of musical influences, utilizing a variety of genres such as R&B, hip hop, dance, electronic, and reggae.

How many copies of Crush have been sold?

Crush sold over 5,000 copies within a week in the US and debuted at number 61 on the Billboard 200 —simultaneously becoming the best-selling K-pop album and the highest charting record on the Billboard 200 by an Asian artist, at the time of its release.