Teen Top work with producer of Justin Bieber song

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Korean boy band Teen Top will be working with the producer of Justin Bieber's hit song "One Less Lonely Girl" for their next album, according to their agency T.O.P Media.

T.O.P announced in a press release that producer Hyuk Shin arrived in Korea to work with the boy band on the album that will follow after the boys' debut record "Come Into The World" which was released July 9.

"I found out about Teen Top through MTV USA and decided to produce their album because they were newcomers' whose talent has already been proven," Shin was quoted as saying. "After producing a song for Justin Bieber, I was approached by many Korean artists but Teen Top's is the first offer I took up for producing an album."

Shin will be returning to the United States next month, after the group finishes recording the record. He will be working with the crew of A-REX Productions, a production company established by Shin and Sean [of hip-hop group Jinusean], to put the finishing touches on the album.

Teen Top -- composed of members C.A.P, Niel, Ricky, L.Joe, Changjo and Chunji -- was created and trained by Andy Lee of former boy band Shinhwa. They have been promoting their title track "Clap."

Shin made his debut in 2004 with his first full-length album "Soar." He soon began working as a producer and made it onto the prestigious U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Chart in October 2009 with Justin Bieber's song "One Less Lonely Girl."


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