Psy's "Gangnam Style" proved K-pop was a force to be reckoned with in today's pop music landscape, but what happens when you add the powers of four more Asian countries? Girl group Blush represent five separate nations: Ji Hae is from South Korea, Alisha from India, Natsuko from Japan, Victoria from China and Angeli from the Philippines.
Calling themselves the "premiere Pan-Asian female pop group," Blush already have some impressive stats under their belt to back up that claim. Their Snoop Dogg collaboration "Undivided" went to No. 3 on Billboard's Dance/Club chart and they even topped that chart with "Dance On." And their new single "Warrior" finds Quincy Jones (Michael Jackson's Thriller producer!!) on board as their new executive producer. (FYI, Fuse News talked to Jones when he brought the girls to this year's Grammys.)
With Jones' support and their blazing new single "Warrior" unleashed on the world, global domination appears in sight for Blush. Watch the music video above.