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Girl’s Day、新曲「話してほしい」を公開、フィーチャリングの男性歌手は誰?

ガールズグループGirl’s Dayがサマースペシャルとしてリリースした新曲「話してほしい」が公開された後、フィーチャリングに参加した男性歌手への関心が高まっている。 http://www.tenasia.jp/archives/11034
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