What a disappointment. I was so looking forward to getting my party on with “Time To Rock Da Show,” only to discover today that it’s not the lead track afterall. Like for real, are you kidding me? What is wrong with Kpop these days? To think I was about to praise Brave Brothers on what sounded like their best production to date, only to have it turn out to be just a 50 second intro. Well, look at it this way, at least this hot beat made it to the mini album. By the way, how is this an EP when it only has two songs. Anyways, on to my discussion on the real lead track, “Pop Pop Pop.” I hate it! Continue reading “So, it wasn’t “Time To Rock Da Show” afterall”
RaNia created a lot of hype leading up to their debut, due to the fact that Teddy Riley (skilled producer but kind of washed up) produced their first single “Dr. Feel Good.” Unfortunately, I hated that song and the video. It just came off so overly sexed; like an audition for the adult industry. To be honest, had it not been for the members display of individual talent I wouldn’t have paid the group any further attention. And their other song, “Masquerade,” was so much better. Trust!
So what brought me back to the group at this point in time? Well, Continue reading “It’s full “Time,” so I hope RaNia isn’t just teasing”
No one can deny the wide spread impact of Kpop around the world, but with so many artists debuting by the second, is there room for more and how can they set themselves apart? There are many new (rookie) girl groups trying to take a bite out of the success cake, but in my opinion some of these groups lack originality and straight up talent. Well in the ever-growing industry, some argue that it takes more than just talent to make it. In fact, I’ve found that “idols” don’t have to be amazing singers and dancers. If you’re in a group, being charismatic and pretty can take you just as far in the industry as well. Talented or not. Continue reading “Kpop is awesome but seems overcrowded…”