Previously, Big Bang has announced that they will be kicking off their comeback through their “Big Show” concert this March. Today, the boys finally revealed more details for their much-awaited concert.
Boy group TEEN TOP has made a successful comeback with their new song “Going Crazy“, but the lyrics to the song have recently been swept up in controversy.
L.Joe‘s rap lyrics are facing controversy because a few words when spoken quickly can be mistaken for profanity. L.Joe personally tried to relieve the misunderstanding by writing on his me2day and Twitter pages, “I think there were a lot of people that were rather shocked after hearing our rap. But, we are not cursing in the song so don’t worry. I too will make sure to enunciate each syllable properly. And even if you are having a bad day and decide to sing our song “Going Crazy” to relieve some stress, make sure you don’t slur the words by accident!”
Fellow member Changjo also wrote, “I’ll be very carefully watching L.Joe hyung who does the rapping and our fans who cheer us on!! Okay now, shall we say each syllable to the words properly as we listen to “Going Crazy”? Keke. Ji! Oak! Got! Ah!”
The lyrics to “Going Crazy” ‘Ji Oak Got Ah‘ (Feels like hell) when slurred or repeated quickly sound like Korean profanity, and the song was quickly thrown into controversy.
On January 9th, X-5 sat down for an interview to talk about their reflections on working with labelmate senior Jun Jin at the ‘Open World Festival in Tokyo‘ last year.
Leader Gun said, “There’s a reason why Shinhwa is considered legendary. They have enough stage experience to catch exactly what the crowd wants. Watching over them was like watching their history and experience.”
Zin continued, “While performing with Jun Jin and The Boss, we realized what a difference experience can make. They freely enjoyed the stage and the concert with their fans, which was something we still had to learn.”
The festival was a meaningful one in that it marked Jun Jin’s return from the army; it was also the first collaboration stage between The Boss and X-5.
Boyfriend will be hosting their very first reality program through Mnet!
The show is called ‘Boyfriend’s W Military Academy‘, and the members will be expected to undergo various missions and training sessions in order to become new leaders of the Hallyu wave.
Mnet was inspired to create the show after Boyfriend became the most anticipated rookie group, according to international fans. ‘W Military Academy’ will detail their progress and development day-by-day, as well as tests evaluating their skills.
Producers stated, “We hope that this program helps the K-Pop wave. Please look forward to Boyfriend as they grow and develop from boys into men.”
Big Bang‘s T.O.P drove his fans crazy after doing a ‘wave’ dance that completely contradicts his mysterious and charismatic image.
T.O.P, along with his fellow Big Bang members G-Dragon, Daesung, Taeyang, and Seungri performed labelmate 2NE1‘s “I Am The Best” for ’YG Family 15th Anniversary Concert‘, which is currently taking place in Japan.
Dressed in all black, the members flawlessly performed both the solo and group dances that are an essential part of the “I Am The Best” performance. What drove the audience especially wild, however, was handsome rapper T.O.P’s sexy wave dance that showcased his silly and playful side.
Netizens who saw the footage responded with comments such as, “I want to see the actual video, not a fan cam“, “I want to see the Japanese fans’ reactions“, and more.
Closely following today’s earlier introduction of EXO‘s fifth member Se Hun, SM Entertainment has just released a new video teaser giving us a first glimpse of the 17-year-old’s dance talent!
Girl group Dal Shabet selected singer Lee Hyori and fellow girl group 2NE1 as their role models.
The members revealed their Kyunggi-do “Hit U” MV film site on the 6th, and met with a few reporters to answer a few questions.
Dal Shabet member Viki was asked which girl group she were jealous of, and she responded, “I respect Lee Hyori. I envy everything about her. Her song “U Go Girl” is my absolute favorite.”
“She’s cute, bubbly, and sexy all at the same time, and I’m envious of her performances,” she continued.
Hallyu’s top three girl groups, the Wonder Girls, Girls’ Generation, and 2NE1 will be releasing albums in the US back to back in an attempt to make a breakthrough in the birthplace of pop.
The Wonder Girls will be releasing their single “The DJ is Mine” on January 11th, Girls’ Generation will be releasing ‘The Boys‘ special album on the 17th, and 2NE1′s new album produced by the world-famous will.i.am will also be dropping in the near future.
The Wonder Girls’ single will be released through their Teen Nick TV Movie, ‘THE WONDER GIRLS‘ which hits the small screen on February 2nd, and the girl group will also be dropping their full-length album along with the release of their movie.
2NE1 is working on a new project with will.i.am. The producer recently tweeted, “This @2ne1 is coming out crazy…#willpower“, further evoking anticipation amongst Blackjacks everywhere. And Girls’ Generation who was featured on NPR last December have already begun selling reserved copies of their ‘The Boys’ special album online.