YG Entertainment released an apology on their official website for the delay of 2NE1’s “Can’t Nobody” music video.
The highly-anticipated video was originally scheduled to be unveiled at 10am KST for the 11th, however due to time-constraints, was pushed back 24 hours.
The explanation reads as follows:
Hello this is YG Entertainment.
2NE1′s music video for ‘Can’t Nobody’ was planned to be released today (the 11th) at 10AM however due to problems with production, we are letting you know that the release date has been changed in emergency to the 12th at 10AM.
In the case of ‘Can’t Nobody’, compared to the two prevoiusly released music videos, preparations and the production period for it took almost twice as long. Although it can be said that it’s a piece of work from YG that has had heart and soul poured into it as much as the time put into it, this work is one that requires a lot of editing for the second half of it. As a result, due to the director of the music video, Seo Hyunseung’s earnest request, the release date of the music video has inevitably been postponed for one day.
In order to repay the fans for their very energetic support and anticipation, we do believe that it’s fundamental to come through at the time that we had originally promised however rather than keeping our promise and pushing out an unfinished music video, we are preparing a more perfected appearance to be revealed, and this is a choice we made for 2NE1, who had worked hard to film it, and we are blindly hoping that what the fans want is the latter as well and postponed the release date by one day.
Regardless of the reason, because we could not release it on the promised date, we truly give our apologies, and we will take special care in the future to ensure that this doesn’t happen again.
Tomorrow at 10AM, 2NE1′s ‘Can’t Nobody’ Music Video will be released, and it will also be their first comeback performance on SBS Inkigayo.
We hope that fans will anticipate it very much, and hope that everyone will watch them.
Meanwhile, “Clap Your Hands” has reached an astounding 1,000,000 views on Youtube after just two days since its posting.