Five-member girl group Spica debuted two years ago in 2012, and for the first time, the group is finding itself in the running for the number 1 spot on music programs.
According to the music industry, Spica’s new song “You Don’t Love Me” is a trophy candidate on this Sunday’s SBS Inkigayo.
They will be up against Girl’s Day’s (“Something”) and AOA (“Miniskirt”) in a battle of the rising girl groups.
Spica’s agency, B2M Entertainment, stated, “Spica’s members were moved to tears when they found out that they were candidates for the Inkigayo trophy. Their two years of effort has finally paid off.”
“Regardless of whether they win on Inkigayo or not, we would like to thank fans just for giving them the chance to be number 1 candidates.”
Spica’s “You Don’t Love Me” was written by label mate, singer Lee Hyori, and is a track heavily influenced by soul music of the 1960s. The song’s melody, strong brass notes combined with Spica’s powerful voices create a fun retro-flavored track. Its lyrics express a female’s disappointment when her man choosing reason over love, eventually leading to their breakup.
“You Don’t Love Me” rose to the number one spot on music charts soon after its release at the end of January. Spica has been delivering confident and sassy performances since their comeback last week with spot-on vocals, but will they be able to triumph this weekend on Inkigayo? We’ll just have to wait and see.