Baek A Yeon begins promotions for “Shouldn’t Have” three weeks after official release due to popularity

Baek A Yeon has been topping charts with her latest comeback single “Shouldn’t Have” despite tough competition against K-Pop powerhouse groups BIGBANG and EXO.

Originally released on May 19th, Baek A Yeon’s single “Shouldn’t Have” began to pick up momentum in the last week and has even reached number two on iChart, beating EXO and trailing closely behind BIGBANG.

The solo singer began promotions for her ballad this week with Mnet M! Countdown on June 11th, MBC Music Core on June 13th, SBS Inkigayo on June 14th, and will continue promotions following her debut on these stages.

Baek A Yeon was the third finalist in the first season of K-Pop Star and debuted under JYP Entertainment in 2012 with “Sad Song.” Her last release was “A Good Boy” two years ago and has since participated in many OSTs for dramas including Cheongdamdong Alice, When a Man Falls in Love, Goddess of Fire, Angel Eyes, and Fated to Love You.

Source: Xsports News and Newspim