Korean girl band Wonder Girls will be collaborating with famed producer Dave Stewart for their U.S. debut album, according to the producer's official twitter page.
On Saturday, Stewart posted on his twitter page a photograph he took with the Wonder Girls and revealed a demo of their single "Always Without Me", which will be included in the group's debut album.
"Dave Stewart will be participating on the Wonder Girls' debut album in the U.S., which will be released early next year," an official at agency JYP Entertainment was quoted as saying. "'Always Without Me' is one of the three songs that he produced for Wonder Girls."
The official quoted the members of the girl band saying that they were honored and excited to work with such a famous producer.
Stewart, an English musician, is best known as the member and producer of popular 1980s band Eurythmics. Some of his well-known hits are "Sweet Dreams(Are Made of This)", "Here Comes the Rain Again" and "Would I Lie to You?" He also produced albums for other successful artists, such as Aretha Franklin's "Whos Zoomin' Who" and Tom Petty's "Southern Accents".
Wonder Girls, who debuted in Korea in 2007, is one of the most successful pop groups in Korea with three consecutive No. 1 singles, "Tell Me", "So Hot", and "Nobody". In October, the group's U.S. debut single "Nobody" entered the Billboard Hot100 at No. 76, making them the first Korean artists to be placed on the chart in its 115-year history.
They recently wrapped up a concert in China and are scheduled to appear on popular U.S. dance show "So You Think You Can Dance" on December 9.