The dance moves for boy band SHINee's new single "Ring Ding Dong" were created jointly by famed choreographers Misha Gabriel and Nick Bass, according to their agency on Monday.
Gabriel -- famous for working with Justin Timberlake, Hillary Duff -- and Bass -- in charge of Janet Jackson's choreography as well as having worked with Beyonce and Britney Spears -- directed the dance composition for the new song released last week, explained SM Entertainment in a press release.
The five-member idol group staged their new moves on KBS' music show Music Bank on Friday, performing the title song for their third mini-album "2009, Year Of Us" for the first time since their comeback.
"Ring" received favorable response from fans immediately after its release last Wednesday, topping the charts on the online website of music channel Mnet and Dosirak over the weekend.
The album, containing six tracks such as "Y.O.U (Year of Us)", "SHINee Girl" and "Get Down" featuring Luna of girl band f(x), will go on sale starting today.
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