Korean boy band MBLAQ will be unveiling the full-length music video for their upcoming single "Y" on MTV tomorrow at midnight, according to their agency J.Tune Entertainment on Monday.
J.Tune announced through a press release that the video for their new song "Y" focuses on the revenge and forgiveness of a man who gets betrayed by the woman he loves.
"The video will show a storyline based on a love triangle and detailed ways on how a man gets over heartbreak," explained an associate from J.Tune.
The newest tune from the five-member band's second single album will be released online on various music sites on May 16th and go on sale offline two days later.
MBLAQ (Music Boys Live in Absolute Quality) was discovered and trained by Asian pop sensation Rain under his label J.Tune. They made their debut in 2009 with their single album "Just BLAQ."
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