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Listen: (G)I-dle shares ‘I Burn’ highlight medley

Listen: (G)I-dle shares ‘I Burn’ highlight medley

Entertainment
Jan. 6 (UPI) -- South Korean girl group (G)I-dle is gearing up to release its new EP. The K-pop stars shared an "audio snippet" video Wednesday for their forthcoming EP, I Burn. Advertisement The highlight medley features clips of the title track, "Anger," and five other songs: "Grudge," "Moon," "Where is Love," "Lost" and "Dahlia." (G)I-dle shared a group concept photo for the Fire version of I Burn on Tuesday. The group will release three versions of the EP, the Winter version, the Flower version and the Fire version. (G)I-dle will release I Burn on Monday. The EP is the group's first release since the single album Dumdi Dumdi, released in August. (G)I-dle consists of Miyeon, Minnie, Soojin, Soyeon, Yuqi and Shuhua. The group is known for the singles "Latata," "Hann (Alone)," "Senorita...
Listen: GFriend shares ‘Walpurgis Night’ highlight medley

Listen: GFriend shares ‘Walpurgis Night’ highlight medley

Entertainment
Nov. 3 (UPI) -- South Korean girl group GFriend is gearing up to release its new album. The K-pop stars shared a highlight medley Tuesday for its forthcoming third Korean studio album, Walpurgis Night. Advertisement The video features clips of the title track, "Mago," and 10 other songs: "Love Spell," "Three of Cups," "GRWM," "Secret Diary," "Better Me," "Night Drive," "Apple," "Crossroads," "Labyrinth" and "Back to the Start." "Apple" previously appeared on GFriend's EP Song of the Sirens, released in July, while "Crossroads" and "Labyrinth" appeared on the group's EP Labyrinth, released in February. GFriend will release Walpurgis Night and the "Mago" music video Nov. 9. The group shared concept photos for Walpurgis Night last week that shows the members wearing colorful outfits and sitt...
Listen: Seventeen shares ‘; [semicolon]’ highlight medley

Listen: Seventeen shares ‘; [semicolon]’ highlight medley

Entertainment
Oct. 12 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band Seventeen is gearing up to release its new EP. The K-pop group shared a highlight medley Monday for its special album ; [semicolon]. Advertisement The video features clips of the title track, "Home;Run," and five other songs: "Do Re Mi," "Hey Buddy," "Light a Flame," "Ah! Love" and "All My Love." It also includes retro-themed teaser photos. Seventeen had shared a tracklist for ; [semicolon] on Sunday. Seventeen previously shared a retro-themed teaser video, titled "The Invitation for Youth."[embedded content] Seventeen will release ; [semicolon] on Oct. 19. The album is the group's first Korean release since the EP Heng:garae, released in June. Seventeen consists of S.Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, DK, Mingyu, The8, Seungkwan, V...
Listen: Pentagon shares ‘We:th’ highlight medley

Listen: Pentagon shares ‘We:th’ highlight medley

Entertainment
Oct. 7 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band Pentagon is gearing up to release its new EP. The K-pop group shared an "audio snippet" of the mini album, titled We:th, on Wednesday. Advertisement The highlight medley features clips of the EP's six songs: "Daisy," "Beautiful Goodbye," "That Year, That Month, That Day," "You Like" "Paradise (This Night Where Stars Shine)" and "I'm Here," a solo by Jinho that appears on the CD version only. We:th is Pentagon's first release without Jinho, who is completing his mandatory military service, but does feature YanAn, who was on hiatus. Pentagon shared new concept photos for the album Tuesday. The group photo shows the members of Pentagon wearing coordinating red and black outfits. Pentagon shared a comeback trailer, titled "Keep Us by Your Side," for the ...
Advisors need to listen more to keep clients on board, study says

Advisors need to listen more to keep clients on board, study says

Finance
Bloom ProductionsFinancial advisors are largely an optimistic bunch when it comes to growing their practices, new research shows.Yet they know they have some work to do to make that happen.While most advisors expect growth in their assets under management to come primarily from new and existing clients rather than market returns, they also say their client-relationship skills need improvement, according to a suvey from Natixis Investment Managers."It's about being stronger at actively listening and understanding what clients are really saying," said Dave Goodsell, executive director of Natixis' Center for Investor Insight. "You'd think if you do that, you'll have clients with you for a longer period of time."More from FA Playbook:Op-ed: All types of investors can improve their financial fo...