Get to Know Cross Gene’s Music
Having debuted as a six-member boy group under Amuse Korea in 2012, Cross Gene has released many albums and singles during their career. Although they experienced changes in their formation as both of the original members, Casper and J.G., left the group in 2013 and 2016, and Seyoung was added as a member in 2013, Cross Gene has consistently produced good songs, be it promotional tracks or b-side tracks. Thus, in this article, Channel-Korea will compile all the information regarding Cross Gene’s albums, starting from their first mini-album, their full album, and their Korean and Japanese mini-albums. So, keep reading!
Cross Gene’s 1st Mini Album
Cross Gene released their first mini-album entitled Timeless: Begins on 11 June 2012. The album successfully peaked at #8 on the Korean music chart, and placed at #187 on the Japanese music chart as its sales reached more than 5,940 copies. In addition, Timeless: Begins includes six tracks, such as One Way Love, Sky High, For This Love, La-Di-Da-Di, My Lady, and the instrumental version of La-Di-Da-Di. Here we recommend you listen to One Way Love, the only track on Timeless: Begins which does not have its own music video.
Cross Gene’s Full Album
Having been in the music industry for four years, Cross Gene finally released their first full album in Japan entitled Ying Yang on 29 June 2016 under the label Universal Japan. Not only releasing a regular CD, Ying Yang also came in DVD and digital download, and fruitfully peaked at #12 on Japanese music chart as its sales reached 6,796 copies. Ying Yang includes fourteen tracks, namely Keep on dancing, YING YANG, LOVE GAME, Amazing, Stay By My Side, Shooting Star, Dreamer, CRAZY, NO NO NO -K.remix-, AURORA, Future, sHi-tai!, Love & Peace, and Letter. Here we recommend you listen to Stay By My Side, the fifth track on Ying Yang album.