SEOUL, July 29 (Yonhap) -- South Korean rapper Yoon Mi-rae has teamed up with a German DJ in her new single coming out this week, her agency said Wednesday.
"Capture the City," scheduled to hit stores on Friday, is a collaboration between Yoon, South Korea's top female rapper, and Boys Noize, a German electronic music producer who topped the Beatport chart with his debut single "Next Order."
"We expect Yoon to show what an 'empress of hip hop' sounds like in this collaboration single," Feel Ghood Music said in a statement.
"Capture the City" tells listeners to look at their cities from a new perspective by mixing noises heard around Seoul, according to the agency.
Previously, the DJ has worked with South Korean boy band BigBang on its special album "Still Alive" and G-Dragon, one of BigBang's members, on his solo album "Coup d'Etat."
Yoon has been recognized as a "diamond in the rough" by the U.S. music website MTV Iggy. She also made the top 12 female rappers list by the same website in 2011.
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