141009 Strawberry Milk Preview on M! Countdown Administrator | October 9, 2014 | Misc | 4 Comments | As we countdown to Strawberry Milk’s debut, a preview featuring an upbeat track of what is likely ‘OK’ was played on M! Countdown. Check out the few seconds below! Related Tags:Crayon Pop, preview, strawberry milk Related Posts A Chat (in Korean) With Crayon Pop No Comments | Apr 1, 2015 150501 Crayon Pop to support Women’s marathon No Comments | May 1, 2015 150526 Crayon Pop promoting Love and Hallyu Carnival No Comments | May 26, 2015 Crayon Pop fans Flashmob Event No Comments | Apr 4, 2015 Fighting_Northern_Spirit I’ve spent the past half hour looking for it but I can’t find it now… I saw somewhere that “OK” was described as both a dance track and “unplugged.” That’s an odd description, usually dance is electronic or sample-based, but if it’s accurate (always a big IF when it comes to Chrome) then I’m guessing that bit in the video is just what we call “bumper music” – generic usually-uptempo promotional music for TV shows. touchthesky A small part was translated by Yahoo: “A representative of Chrome Entertainment said, ‘Strawberry Milk’s debut title track, OK, is an unplugged dance number with rock sounds.'” (https://sg.entertainment.yahoo.com/news/crayon-pops-1st-unit-group-strawberry-milk-release-071950552.html) touchthesky Names mentioned in the product description (I searched them on the Korea Music Copyright Association website): 크레이지사운드 (CRAZY SOUND) 똘아이박 (DDOL I PARK) 피터팬 (PHI THEO PHAIN) 신또 (SHINTTO) 미친기집애 (MI CHIN GI JIB AI) 노경환 (NO KYUNG HWAN) 노민혁 (NO MIN HYUK) – guitarist who played on “1,2,3,4” Here are two songs written/composed/produced by some of the same people: Fighting_Northern_Spirit Now that we have the teaser, it looks like I was wrong about it being “bumper music”…although Chrome faked us out with “Uh-ee” (that jazzy horn vamp at the beginning). No matter what I’m sure it will be cuteness overload, they seem to be pulling out all the stops.