[NEWS] 160111 WINNER’s ‘PRICKED’ is hot! Ranked number one in Korea and 6 other countries

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WINNER’s pre-released duet song for Song Min Ho and Nam Tae Hyun, ‘PRICKED’ as they are making comeback after 1 year and 5 months is popular in Korea and overseas.

‘PRICKED’ as a pre-release song for WINNER’s 2016 project ‘EXIT MOVEMENT’ revealed at midnight on January 11th and as of 8 am on the same day, it ranked number one on the Korean music real-time charts such as Mnet, Bugs, Olleh Music, Naver Music and Soribada.

In addition, they topped iTunes Single Chart in 6 countries such as Macau, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, and Brunei and proved interests and popularity in overseas as well as in Korea.

‘PRICKED’ is a medium tempo ballad song consist of Nam Tae Hyun’s unique and emotional sadness based on Song Min Ho’s sweet and lyrical guitar riff. In particular, it captures people’s ears by representing complicated feelings about longingness and loneliness after breakup with a word ‘PRICKED’ and presented the sadness for breaking up with sad lyrics like a poem. The song composed by Song Min Ho and Kang Jin Uk, Song Min Ho wrote the lyrics and arranged by Kang Jin Uk. Song Min Ho participated in producing as well as composing and writing lyrics.

Meanwhile, WINNER carried out NAVER V app live ‘ENTRY NIGHT’ at 11 pm on January 10, an hour before they release the music and talked about their recent activities, comeback and future plans. WINNER disclosed that ‘BABY BABY’, and ‘SENTIMENTAL (literal translation)’ will be the double title tracks for their mini album ‘EXIT:E’ to be released on February 1st and announced that they are planning to reveal 20 of 50 tracks in total they have created during the break in this year and attracted the fans’ attention.

Source: Naver Starcast

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