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SeeYa

SeeYa ( Hangul: 씨야) was a South Korean female group originally made up of Kim Yeonji, Lee Bo Ram, and Nam Gyuri. In 2009, Nam Gyuri left the group to pursue a solo career. She was replaced by Lee Soomi until 2010. The group continued as a duo consisting of Yeonji and Bo Ram until their disbandment in 2011. They were known for their 2007 hit song Love's Greetings and won the Best Female Group Award. When they debuted, they were marketed as the female version of SG Wannabe.

Seeya (song)

"Seeya" is a song by the Canadian electronic music producer deadmau5, released as the second single and final track from his seventh studio album while(1 on 27 May 2014. It features vocals from Colleen D'Agostino, a member of American punk rock group The Material. The track is also an updated revision of an old, unreleased instrumental by deadmau5 titled "Seeya Next Tuesday." The song has since gone Platinum.