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"Come Back Home" MIDI File in the style of 2ne1. To hear the demo, press the PLAY button. To add to cart, click the MIDI or MP3 button. When you download both MIDI File and MP3 (where available), you get a bonus discount on the Mp3 backing track.




2ne1 If I Were You Download Mp3


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"Come Back Home" MIDI File Backing Track. Come Back Home is a song recorded by award-winning yg family band, 2ne1 of South Korea. Come Back Home was composed by Teddy, Choi Pil Kang, dee.p. This is a professional MIDI File production with karaoke lyrics, compatible with GM, GS and XG devices. Distributed by &copy Hit Trax. AMCOS licensed and royalty paid.


The group won numerous accolades throughout their career, including nine Melon Music Awards, eleven Cyworld Digital Music Awards, ten Mnet Asian Music Awards, and were the first artist to receive all three grand prizes at the latter by their second year. The group has sold 66 million records worldwide which makes them one of the best-selling girl groups of all time.[10] [11]


In February 2010, the group released "Try to Follow Me" digitally to promote the Samsung Corby cellphone, with no previous announcement.[32] The song peaked at number one on the Gaon Digital Chart.[33] 2NE1 traveled to Los Angeles and London in mid-2010 to record English-language songs for an American debut album with music producer Will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas, recording 10 songs in their initial sessions.[34] The group released its first full-length album, To Anyone, on September 9. It debuted at number seven on the Billboard World Album Chart[35] and amassed 120,000 preorders before its release.[36] Several of To Anyone's twelve tracks were released as singles, and the top-three hits "Clap Your Hands", "Can't Nobody", and "Go Away" were released with the album.[37] 2NE1 was the first group in K-pop history to have three singles from one album top different music program charts, and was the first artist to top the Inkigayo chart for four consecutive weeks.[38][39] The Halloween-themed music video for the fourth single from To Anyone, "It Hurts (Slow)", was released on October 31.[40] A fifth track, "Don't Stop the Music", was released on November 26; the song, recorded as a "special gift for Thai fans", was also used in conjunction with the group's Yamaha Fiore endorsement.[41]


On January 19, 2011, the English-language version of "Can't Nobody " was released by the Japanese digital retailer Recochoku as a ringtone and ringback tone.[42] The following month, its music video was made available for download through iTunes Japan. The group's Japanese debut single, "Go Away", was released as a ringtone on March 9;[43] it was later used as the theme song for the Japanese television program Mezamashi TV.[44] 2NE1's first Korean EP, 2NE1, was released in Japan on March 16, 2011; promotional activities were canceled, however, due to the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.[45] 2NE1 debuted at number 24 on the Oricon charts, selling 3,860 copies in its first week.[46] Plans for their Japanese debut on Music Station were postponed due to the earthquake,[47] and the group participated in the Naver "Pray for Japan" campaign with other Korean celebrities to raise funds for earthquake victims.[48]


The group released its second EP, 2NE1 (2011), with the number-one hits "Lonely", "I Am the Best" and "Ugly", and the top-three hit "Hate You".[49][50] Bom's solo single "Don't Cry" additionally reached number one for two consecutive weeks. The EP was a success, topping the Gaon Music Chart and selling over 108,000 copies.[51] Spin Magazine ranked the EP the sixth-best pop album of 2011, ahead of albums by Coldplay, Ellie Goulding and Rihanna.[52] In late August, 2NE1 began their Nolza tour with a solo concert at the Olympic Hall in Seoul's Chamsil Olympic Park. Originally scheduled for August 27 and 28, tickets for both dates sold out instantly, and a third show on August 26 was added.[53] The singles from the second EP were some of the year's most popular songs in South Korea. Three reached the top 10 of the year-end 2011 Gaon Digital Chart: "Lonely" at number four, "Don't Cry" at number five, and "I Am the Best" at number 7.[54]


2NE1 began the Japanese leg of its Nolza tour on September 19 and 20 at Yokohama Arena before the release of the Japanese edition of the 2NE1 EP on September 21, 2011. It sold over 48,000 copies and topped the Oricon Albums Chart, making 2NE1 the second South Korean girl-group album to do so.[55] The Japanese-language versions of "I Am the Best", "Hate You", "Go Away", and "Lonely" were also released. That October, MTV's Iggy held a global competition in which 10 bands from all around the world competed in a voting competition for the title of "Best New Band".[56] With their song "I Am the Best", the group was awarded the title on November 10, 2011, making it their first American award.[57] 2NE1 traveled to and performed at New York City's Times Square in December to accept the honor, where they were described as "an unparalleled presence in today's K-Pop scene".[58] MTV said: "it's a sign of the times", symbolizing "America opening its doors to pop music from around the world".[59] At the end of 2011, 2NE1 was nominated for the Japan Record Award for "Best New Artist", losing to Japanese girl group Fairies.[60][61]


On March 28, 2012, 2NE1 released their first full-length Japanese album Collection along with their second Japanese single "Scream". The album includes Japanese versions of their Korean songs such as "Love Is Ouch", "Fire", and "I Don't Care", and a cover of Madonna's 1984 hit song "Like A Virgin". Multiple editions of the album were released, some of which include a DVD containing the group's Japanese and Korean music videos, according to Oricon's music website. The album peaked at number 5 on the Oricon Daily Chart and sold over 32,000 copies in Japan.[62][55] Later that year, 2NE1 were invited to perform at the 2012 Springroove festival in Japan alongside American and Japanese hip hop artists. 2NE1 and the subgroup GD & TOP had been invited to play at the festival the previous year, but it was canceled due to the Japanese earthquake and tsunami disaster.[63] 2NE1 also collaborated with Japanese hip-hop group M-Flo for the song "She's So (Outta Control)", which is included on M-Flo's sixth studio album Square One. "She's So (Outta Control)" was released as the album's lead single on February 29[64] and reached number 43 on the Billboard Japan Hot 100.[65]


In May 2012, 2NE1 performed at the International Recognized Exhibition Expo 2012 opening ceremony in Yeosu.[66] In recognition of their unique musical style, fashion, and contributions in the global spread of Hallyu, 2NE1 were chosen by Cheil Communications in to speak for international advertising and communication experts at the world's largest advertising event, the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival in June; in a survey conducted by the Paris office of the Korea Tourism Organization, they were voted as the favorite K-pop girl group among French Hallyu fans, with nearly 65% of the vote.[67] The group concluded their Japanese promotions by performing at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards Japan, which took place on June 23 at the Makuhari Messe, where they won the "Best New Artist Video" award for "I Am the Best".[68] A non-album single "I Love You" was released in Korea on July 5, 2012, topping the Gaon Digital Chart and became their sixth number-one single.[69]


At the end of that month, 2NE1 embarked on their first worldwide concert tour and second overall, the New Evolution Global Tour. It included 16 shows in various countries throughout Asia and North America from July to December and was the first world tour by a K-pop girl group.[6] Following the group's Los Angeles concert at the Nokia Theatre L.A Live, 2NE1 become the first K-pop girl group to be listed on the Billboard Current Box Score listing, ranking at number 29 with over $650,000 in ticket sales from a virtually sold-out concert.[70] Black Eyed Peas members Will.i.am, Apl.de.ap[71] and chairman of Interscope Records, Jimmy Iovine also attended the concert.[72] Shortly after the conclusion of the tour, 2NE1 and Big Bang made MTV Style's list of "Best Band Style of 2012"; the two YG Entertainment groups were the only Asian acts to appear on the list of 10, which included the western groups One Direction, The Wanted, Backstreet Boys, Spice Girls, Destiny's Child, Fun, and No Doubt.[73]


2NE1 released the English-language single "Take the World On", a collaboration with American singer Will.i.am, on March 14, 2013. The song was used in a commercial for the Intel Ultrabook computer.[74][75] On March 21, in an Elle interview, CL confirmed that the group had not yet planned an album for the United States but wanted to produce more songs in English.[76] A second collaboration with will.i.am produced "Gettin' Dumb", which included his bandmate Apl.de.ap. The song appears on will.i.am's second album, #willpower, which was released on April 23, 2013.[77] 2NE1's next singles were not on an album; the chart-topping, reggae-themed "Falling in Love" was released on July 8, 2013.[78] On July 22, the song was voted MTV Iggy's "Song of the Summer" by readers of the website.[79] The second non-album single, "Do You Love Me", was released on August 7 and became a top-three hit. In October, it was announced that 2NE1 had been appointed honorary ambassadors for the Korea Brand & Entertainment Expo 2013 in London.[80] The group's third and final standalone single of 2013 was released on November 21: the electropop ballad "Missing You". It topped the Gaon Digital Chart,[81] and had more than one million downloads by the end of the following year.[82]


The group has attracted attention for their outlandish, statement-making fashion and have been referred to as domestic trendsetters and style icons.[148][149][150] Carolina Malis from South China Morning Post said that "[2NE1] constantly defied the traditional Korean female stereotype by embracing daring, colourful and audacious looks that helped make bold make-up a viral beauty trend."[151] The group's concerts often included over 100 custom-made outfits, ranging from street style to modern chic to futurism, which have been called the "2NE1 Collection".[150] Their style was described by Harper's Bazaar Singapore as ranging from ultra-punk to über-glamorous to unapologetically urban.[152] The "fiery, renegade concepts of 2NE1", as CR Fashion Book stated, "captured the essence of independence and rebellion" and attracted the attention of fashion brands worldwide.[153] In the group's music videos, performances and photoshoots, the members were often seen in Moschino, Alexander Wang, Balmain, Givenchy, Versace, KTZ, Jeremy Scott and Mary Katrantzou[149][152] and were credited with popularizing international fashion houses such as Givenchy and Balmain in South Korea.[154] In a May 2015 interview, fashion expert David Yi remarked that "[2NE1] started wearing Hood By Air before anyone else did, same with Off-White and a lot of different brands we see at VFiles now. Now it's very trendy to wear these European brands and streetwear brands together."[154] Also distinguished for their individuality, Janelle Okwodu from Vogue noted how girl group members are rarely lauded for their individual fashion style, except for groups like 2NE1 and the Spice Girls.[155] They have experimented with a variety of hairstyles and colors;[156] CL's "bull-horn" hair and Dara's "Vegeta" hair became media topics after the 2011 release of "I Am the Best".[157] Dara's "palm-tree hair", first seen in 2009's "Lollipop", has been described as a definitive look of 2000s K-pop.[158] In a consumer survey researching trends in the Singaporean fashion market in 2013, the group was ranked first among female K-pop artists whose style most wanted to imitate.[159] 350c69d7ab


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