We all know that YG artist comebacks come slowly but surely. But luckily, Lee Hi was picked as the next artist to do an early 2016 comeback. When I heard the news, I was excited to see what concept she would follow up with, because I really enjoyed her songs Rose and It’s Over. So today, I decided to sit down and watch all the music videos I put on hold. While watching the first music video, I immediately regretted my past decision.
Throwback Thursday Hearing about the news that D.O would be singing in the next track being released on February 19 on Station (SM’s digital music channel) filled me with joy. D.O has such a beautiful voice, and I was really hoping he’d get the chance to participate in this project. Also joining D.O in the song is Yoo YoungJin, singer-songwriter and producer with hits like SNSD’s ‘I Got A Boy’, SHINee’s ‘Ring Ding Dong’, EXO’s ‘Mama’, and Super Junior’s ‘Sorry, Sorry’ under his name. That’s enough to make this song
While making my comeback to blogging, I could not leave out writing about my favorite Kpop music videos for the month of February. Last year, I really didn’t write as much as I wanted to about Kpop. Which is why I’ve decided to do these types of recap blog posts at the end of each month. To me it’s something fun to do just in case I don’t get the chance to write about new songs or music videos during the month. When it comes down to Kpop, I’m going to
On January 7th I read the news about YooChun releasing a mini album through the JYJ Fan Page on Facebook. You could imagine my excitement, and that of my fellow Cassies, when getting to know about the news. YooChun is the only member of JYJ to not have released a solo project until now. Many, including myself, have waited a long time for him to release an album or mini album. It’s a great way to get to know the artist’s style as an individual apart from the group. Though
At the end of 2014 I wanted to do something related to my favorite songs of that year but never did. This time around, I made sure to look up on Wikipedia the songs that were released per month during 2015 so that I could “easily” write my list. Fortunately, I was able to narrow it down to create my list of Top 20 Kpop songs of 2015.