Korean sensations Baby VOX ReV captivated the Lao capital on the 16th of December for a night of international Pop, Hop Hop and R&B sponsored by telecommunications giant Tigo.
The concert opened with Indee artists Sam, L.O.G. Princess, Nalin and Souk before BabyVox emerged to thousands of screaming fans. Praising Lao as beautiful and Lao people as amazing and friendly the group enthralled the local audience with their stage routine and promised to return to Lao soon.
know the name of the most famous girl band in Korea, Baby Vox Re.V - the sexy creators behind the self-titled album Baby V.O.X. Re.V.
The five member group, consisting of Ahn Jin-gyeong (lead vocalist), Yang Eun-ji (sub vocalist), Hwang Yeon-gyeong (sub vocalist), Kwon Ae-ri (sub vocalist), and Myeong Sa-rang (sub
vocalist/ rapper), will perform songs from their latest album and, some may say more importantly, titillate audiences with their stimulating Korean-pop styled dance moves.
Sunday's performance is made possible by special invitation from the telecommunication provider Millicom Lao Co Ltd., commonly known as Tigo.
The company will host the concert to say goodbye to the old year and welcome in the new, and as an expression of gratitude for the continued support of its customers.
A fantastic line-up of local artists, including the newly formed punk-rock band Punky Dolls, rappers LOG, pop group Princess, and the latest pop star to emerge onto the Lao music scene, Nalin, will support the international headline act.
According to a Millicom Lao Co Ltd spokesman, there will be no public ticket sales.
People who want to attend the concert will have to use our phone service called Easy Load. Phone numbers that have credit of 16,000 kip or more will go into a lucky draw to select the numbers that will receive a ticket. Those who don't want to risk missing out on a ticket in the lucky draw can also simply load 100,000 kip into their phones and they will then receive a ticket, said a company spokesperson.
Baby Vox Re.V's debut album was unveiled in December 2006, and the group made its smashing debut onto local charts in January 2007 with the lead single Shee.
The brand new girl group, a descendant' of the original Korean girl band Baby Vox, was to be called Baby Vox 2, but was instead named the enticingly more cryptic Baby Vox Re.V. The Re. in the name is said to derive from the word Renaissance which it was hoped would imply a sense of resurrection of the original, and the V stands for voice meaning that the group will bring new sounds and a new voice to the music industry.
The original Baby VOX first appeared in 1997, when the captivating group was made up of five singers Jang Shieun, Jang Hyunjun, Yumi, Lee Heejin and Kim Eiji.