This month has delivered some fantastic comebacks by K-pop girl groups. If you’re looking for a summer jam, check out these four new releases by these four-member groups!
As any veteran Kpop fan knows, Girls’ Generation is one of the most successful girl groups in the industry. The 8 members of SNSD made a comeback earlier this month with 2 new music videos, both featuring some awesome outfits.
As we near the end of July, the back-to-school commercials begin and fall fashions start filling the shelves of stores. But summer isn’t over yet! There have been a lot of big name comebacks lately from Big Bang, Girls’ Generation, and more. Here are my picks for the best Kpop summer jams of 2015:
We’re just a few hours out from the New Year here in Nashville, so before 2015 hits, I’m bidding 2014 farewell with some of my favorite albums of the year.
This year saw me branching out a bit musically. While I wasn’t nearly as impressed with Kpop in general this year as in past years, there were still some really great albums from some of my favorite groups and artists. I also started listening to quite a bit more western pop and found several western- U.K. in particular- artists I enjoy listening to.
As with past years, 2014 has seen the debut of several new Kpop groups. Many boy groups failed to hold my attention this year, but there are a few rookies I feel are definitely worth keeping an eye on.
December is here. For Kpop fans that means end-of-year award shows, holiday special stages, and megamixes are just around the corner. As we count down to the last days of 2014, I’ll be sharing some of my favorite Kpop debuts, songs, comebacks, and collaborations of the year. Today we look at some of the best rookie girl groups of the year.
This Music Monday takes a look at new releases from groups, soloists, and indie artists from Korea and Japan this month. Check out September and upcoming comebacks from T-ara, Teen Top, 2PM, Spica.S., Girls’ Generation TTS, Ailee, Soyou & Urban Zakapa, Juice=Juice, Morning Musume ’14, Bitter & Sweet, AAA, and E-girls.
This is the last full week of summer, so to end the season right, I’ve compiled a list of songs from America, the U.K., Korea, and Japan. These songs and music videos focus on fields, dancing around fires, friends, and fun. So grab your gang, some marshmallows, and some sparklers and say goodbye to the sunny season with one last carefree night.
First off, sorry for the lack of updates last week. I fell ill with a cold that lasted 5 days and I’m just now feeling normal again.
There have been too many Kpop comebacks these last few weeks for me to cover them all individually, so today I’ll be covering several of the biggest comebacks and debuts. Ladies first.