HyunA's new song pulled from album after plagiarism controversy

2 August 2014 / 2 years 2 months ago

After recent controversy over a song from Hyuna’s third mini-album, the song “From Where and Until When?” will be pulled from online music services and future physical albums.

For the past couple of days, Hyuna’s “From When and Until When” has been under speculation of plagiarism when a set of lyrics were found to similar to g.o.d’s “Opposite Attraction”.

Since then, Cube Entertainment’s CEO, Hong Seungsung, and composer, BTOB’s Hyunsik, have released statements apologizing for not pre-notifying Park Jinyoung and g.o.d.

According to Ohkpop, Soulshop Entertainment and g.o.d member Kim Taewoo also responded, saying that they were thankful for the hommage, but were disappointed that they were not informed beforehand and hopes that in the future, they will be informed prior.

To rectify their mistake, on the 1st of August, Cube Entertainment released a statement saying:

"Due to the complications that have arisen from the song on Hyuna’s third mini-album, ‘From Where and Until When’, we sincerely apologize and announce that from 11am, all online music sites will stop services for the song.”

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