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In term of production K-Pop has definitely grown a lot in the past couple of years. There was the time during like 2008-2010 when K-Pop sounded VERY dated (and basic) that you could easily tell the difference between K-Pop and American music (beside the language of course) but for the past couple of months/years I feel like the production has developed A LOT that you can't barely tell the difference between K-Pop and Western Pop if you take away the lyrics even though you can't deny the fact that K-Pop was inspired a lot by American Pop.Guru wrote:I just streamed a few stuff off Wings off iTunes. Wow!!!
Seriously great production actually. Better than some or most of these American artists.
I think IOI still sound like 08-11 kpop. Also the sound of Twice is definitely Kpop. But in terms of production and overall image of Kpop acts I think 2016 has seen an obvious change in generational sounds. 2017 will see the year where these acts will do their thing as when GG. 2ne1. Super Junior. Kara did their thing back in the day. I'm actually excited for BTS cause they are massive these days.joiPrince_JO wrote:For me part of why I like K-Pop is because it sounded different from Western music. 2008-2011 were the golden years of K-Pop. Wonder Girls, KARA, T-Ara, SNSD of course... so many memories.
+ he's extremely talented! he produces his own music. Have you heard his solo track in WINGS ? "REFLECTION" - It's so good + lyrics are on point!!!Ruthymon wrote:My favorite is Rap Monster; l love me some deep voices....
http://popcrush.com/bts-not-today-music ... ngs-watch/On February 20, the superstar South Korean boy band dropped the video for “Not Today,” their stomping electro-rap banger off their WINGS: You Never Walk Alone album, released February 13.
“Not Today” is one of the four tracks on You Never Walk Alone, which also includes “Spring Day,” “Outro: Wings,” and “A Supplementary Story: You Never Walk Alone.”
Watch the hard-hitting video, below
I think it's unbelievable. My SNSD bias is Hyoyeon so I know a little about certain people not getting enough lines/screen time, but she always got more than 2 seconds - and SNSD has more members. I read somewhere that BTS splits the lines among themselves - is that true? Anyway, he should have gotten more screen time. Isn't he the visual?jpguy wrote:What do you guys think of the Jin neglecting behaviour ? it's a trending topic on Twitter and some outlets digged in with the fact that he only had 2 seconds of screening time for himself