2NE1 and Girls’ Generation marked their first appearance together on a music show, with their comeback performances on Inkigayo today. Fans’ expectations were naturally high, given the status of 2NE1 and Girls’ Generation as the representative girl groups of K-Pop.
On March 9, 2NE1 made their official music show comeback for their new album, “Crush,” on Inkigayo. They performed two songs “Come Back Home,” one of their two title songs, as well as “Crush,” a track bearing the same name as the album’s title.
Their second studio album was released online on February 27 and offline on March 7, but opted to make the first live performances of their new songs at their “All or Nothing” concerts in Seoul on March 1 and 2 instead of on a music show.
2NE1- “Come Back Home”
Girls’ Generation’s fourth mini-album “Mr.Mr.” was released on February 24 online and available for physical sale from February 27. Their first comeback stage was at Mnet’s M! Countdown on March 6, where the girls scored their first win, and they have also had their comeback performances on Music Bank and Music Core this week.
Also performing for the first time on Inkigayo, Girls’ Generation performed two songs from their new mini-album, “Mr.Mr.” and “Back Hug.”
Girls’ Generation- Interview
Girls’ Generation- “Back Hug” and Girls’ Generation- “Mr.Mr.”
Did 2NE1 and Girls’ Generation’s comeback stages live up to your expectations? What did you think?