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Fans, friends hear snippet of BoA’s first U.S. album at ‘listening party’


Korean singer BoA, 23, recently held a listening party, where fans and friends listened to the artist’s latest single, at the Microsoft Zune Loft in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles.

She sang “I Did It for Love,” a single off her U.S. album, “Eat You Up,” live for the first time in public and showcased a teaser of the music video, directed by Korean-American Joseph Kahn, who shot Britney Spears’ videos for “Toxic” and “Stronger” and the Pussycat Dolls’ “When I Grow Up.”

Her first U.S. album will be released next Tuesday, with subsequent releases in Korea and Japan. By Lee Eun-joo

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