Author: Unpopular K-pop

I am not sure if I’m getting old or what…

I am not sure if I’m getting old or what but the new girl crush groups are no where near what older girl crush was. All they sing about is being rich and pretty and as far as I know none of them make people decriminate against you. We had groups like 2ne1, 4minute and missA. I can’t see any of new ones get anywhere near them in challenging the norms.

there’s something so effortlessly classi…

there’s something so effortlessly classic about joy’s beauty, i can barely describe it. it doesn’t matter how she’s dressed or what colour her hair is, she always has this smart and beautiful vibe about her, and its even better when she smiles.

Suzy’s Move cover was the most lackluste…

Suzy’s Move cover was the most lackluster cover of the song that I’ve seen

After listening to Anda and R.Tees “what you w…

After listening to Anda and R.Tees “what you waiting for” I can’t help but think that a song similar to that for her solo song would have been 100 times better and suitable instead of “SOLO”.

I’m so glad that RGP’s Yukika fina…

I’m so glad that RGP’s Yukika finally made her solo debut! Her song and MV Neon was so cute and fits her perfectly. I hope to hear more City Pop tracks from her in the future.

Miso’s On N On reminds me of Sleeping Be…

Miso’s On N On reminds me of Sleeping Beauty, with the constant jumping between blue and pink outfits.

i feel like snsd’s japanese releases were more…

i feel like snsd’s japanese releases were more “girls’ generation” than their korean releases. by that i mean that their jpn songs were much better at bringing across the message of “girls’ generation” and “girl power”. imo they had a lot more empowering and uplifting japanese songs (in regards to lyrics and themes). their korean discography is amazing musicwise, but thematically there’s not many songs that gave a strong feel of a “girls’ generation”.

There are many reasons on why I love Doyoung, …

There are many reasons on why I love Doyoung, aside from having beautiful voice, being kind and taking care of his members i love how self aware and mature he is one of my fav quotes from him was when he was reading a fan letter on NCT Night Night on how the fan says that NCT are the only Light in her life and only source of Happiness and Doyoung says To Not just depend on them and that he is hoping that she does not only depend on them as her only source of happiness “I Hope you’re not Happy when you like us I hope we are just a part of the many things that make you happy” which is something i think a lot of new and esp young fans need to hear

I was underwhelmed by TXT’s debut. It wasn’t b…

I was underwhelmed by TXT’s debut. It wasn’t bad, but I guess there was too much hype because it felt kinda ‘blah’ and it felt like something I’d seen already. Their concept and sound reminded me off a knockoff NCT Dream or TRCNG. And the effects they used is what everyone is using on IG right now, so it almost seemed like they were just trying to cash in on a trend. I did enjoy the really good camera work though, and I think they’re all very handsome, and the singing was nice. I will look forward to what else they can do in the future.

People like to bash on Hi High saying it’s a g…

People like to bash on Hi High saying it’s a generic Koop song and that loonas predebut stuff was better. And you’re allowed to have that opinion of Hi High as like a stand alone song. But to me Hi High is the first song since probably i.o.i’s dream girls that is a truly genuine debut song. The point of the song was to act as a starting point and to illustrate what LOOΠΔ is about. By showing that the girls are finally 12 and a complete group to solidify their image. It’s their greeting (Hi) and their ambition to rise to the top(High). It feels like these days groups just aim for releasing a good song, that they don’t feel like ‘debut’ songs to me. While I feel like BBC fully grasped the idea of a debut song is and went with it. I’m not saying you have to like the song or not think it’s generic but BBC knew what they were doing when they made Hi High the debut song; and it completely served its purpose!