A Very Brief History Of K-Pop’s Newest A-tier Girl Group: Dreamcatcher

No longer are Dreamcatcher among the ranks of the "nugu" and "underrated", as one of the few girl groups in kpop to surpass 100K album sales with the success of their mini album, Dystopia: Road to Utopia. It took a number of years for them to earn this distinction. In many ways, their growth is …

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“K-Pop Isn’t That Deep”

K-Pop isn't supposed to be deep. It's right there in the name: K-"Pop". Pop music is air headed by nature and isn't meant to be convey any type of message other than "have fun and party all night", however you may define that. So it's very common for me to see people tell others to …

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Why Atinys Do Not Like MOAs

As a current Atiny, and a former MOA, I think I can explain why ATEEZ's fanbase dislikes TXT's fanbase to the extent they do. One would first be inclined to think Atinys are mad that TXT has BigHit privilege. That privilege allowed to TXT to have a large fanbase from the beginning, while ATEEZ had …

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Why Stan Lee When You Can Stan Loona

Aight, so I happened to read this UPROXX article about Nicki Minaj's retirement. Nicki's own fans seemed to split between being optimistic, going ballistic, or feeling disappointed about the news. Then enter: These jerks really said Nicki Minaj decided to retire at that time because Loona was having a comeback and Nicki was too intimdated …

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American Music Standards Are Overrated

In fourth grade, one of my favorite songs on Just Dance 4 was an Indian song named “Beware of the Boys”. I didn’t understand a single syllable that was uttered, but I still  jerked my arms and legs in coordination to the song because all that mattered was that it was catchy. I was even …

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