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Kim Ji-won (Korean: 김지원; born December 21, 1995), known by his stage name Bobby (Korean: 바비) is a South Korean rapper, singer-songwriter and member of boy band iKon under YG Entertainment. In 2016, he formed a sub-unit with Mino under the name MOBB. He is best known for finishing in first place on Mnet's Show Me The Money 3. Kim Ji-won was born on December 21, 1995 in Seoul, South Korea. In 2005, his family soon resided in Fairfax, Virginia, United States including his parents and older brother.
Read about Maudie from Bobby Solo's Blues for Two and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Italian 1960s teen idol Bobby Solo made his debut while recording his first two singles in 1963, "Ora Che Sei Già Una Donna" and "Blu è bl. The artist's breakthrough came in 1964 after participating in San Remo's Festival, where he sang "Una Lacrima Sul Viso," which became an important episode in the Italian pop music history. A year later, Bobby Solo came in first place at the same event with "Se Piangi, Se Ridi" and one more time in 1969 after singing Gianni Morandi's "Zingara," later recorded by Connie Francis.
Bobby Solo lyrics with translations: Una lacrima sul viso, Love Me Tender, Non c'è più niente da fare, Io che non vivo senza te, Gelosia, Se piangi, se ridi. Related: Covered songs.
Wenn die Rosen erblühen in Malaga.
Bobby's debut album starts at No. 2 on Billboard's World Albums chart, making it the best-selling K-pop album in America this week. Love and Fall ties the same peak position of Bobby's boy band, the seven-membered iKON, who sent their Welcome Back album to No. 2 in October 2015. To date, Bobby has landed four different solo songs on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart with his best performance in "Holup!" a solo track he recorded for a side project called MOBB, and for featuring on Hi Suhyu's "I'm Different. Both tracks peaked at No. 3. With iKON has also peaked as high as No. 3 with 2015 singles "My Type" and "Apology.
|A||Adios Muchacho Good Bye
Written-By – H. Schuhmacher*, K. Götz*
|B||Wenn Die Rosen Blühn In Roma
Written-By – Burgner*, Hertha*, Dokin*
|1.474||Bobby Solo||Adios Muchacho Good Bye (7", Single)||CBS||1.474||Netherlands||1964|
|SRL 10-1001||Bobby Solo||Adios Muchacho Good Bye (7")||Ricordi||SRL 10-1001||Switzerland||1964|