Hey! I’m Clarence and I’m from New York City although I currently reside in Washington DC. I’m a recent convert to Korean drama and Kpop but I feel like I’ve loved both forever! I’m attending American University with plans to major in History and Economics and a minor in Japanese
Hobbies: Writing, drawing, watching movies, anime, television, Kpop, and Kdrama
Favorite Kpop act: Big Bang and 2NE1 in equal measures
Favorite TV shows: Glee, Mad Men, 30 Rock, Modern Family, The Big Bang Theory, The Amazing Race
Favorite Books: Percy Jackson series and Harry Potter
Favorite Movies: Chicago, All About Eve, Mean Girls
Favorite Actresses: Marion Cotillard and Meryl Streep
Favorite Korean Drama: Shining Inheritance
Dislikes: auto-tune, bugs, hot temperatures
Hi! I’m Temi and I’m from South Jersey =). Though Kpop is obviously superior to most music, I listen to Rap, R&B, Popera Hip Hop, Dance, KPop, Ballad, Classical, Gospel, Acapella, , Big Band, Christian, Club, Jazz, Rock, Classic Rock, Indie, Broadway, The Soundtrack You Hear At Macy’s, Afrobeat, Pop, Disney, Lord Of The Rings Soundtrack, Electronic, Muzak, Anime music , Blues, and yes, even Country. Quite simply, I like good music regardless of its nationality, genre, or tempo.
School: Rutgers University
Potential Majors: Global Business and Computer Science+minor in International Relations
Hobbies: Eating, Sleeping, Composing/Producing/Listening to Music, Playing Mario Kart (DS, not Wii)
Favorite Artists: 8Eight, Jay Park, Lee Jung, Jung In, Boni, Miss A, 2PM, Infinite, 2NE1, Big Bang, Epik High, MC Sniper
Future Goals: Foreign Diplomat
Favorite Food: Fruit Snacks/Sweet Potatoes
Favorite Quotes: “We gotta purple like that…”Purple Line-DBSK; “Music makes me high”-Number 1-Secret
Theme Song: The Pokémon Theme Song
Our Rating System:
Clarence’s Rating System
5 stars (*****) means that I absolutely love this album. This album comes as close to perfection as one can get. Every song here is wonderful and I have no qualms whatsoever with any of them. The artistry really shines through every song.
4.5 stars (****1/2) means that I really really love this album, probably to the same degree as a 5-star album. However, the difference is that I’m probably not as impressed with the craft or one song didn’t truly capture my attention like the other songs. Still, it’s a great album.
4 stars (****) means I really like this album but it’s not always consistent or groundbreaking. I probably love a lot of the songs but then there’s that one song that ruins the album.
3.5 stars (***1/2) means it’s better than average and I like this album. The artistic quality is a little less pronounced or I wasn’t particularly blown away by any song.
3 stars (***) means it’s average. Nothing about this album is groundbreaking or innovative but there’s always a song that mightily impresses me to a certain degree. Might lack polish and artistry but is still definitely listenable.
2.5 stars (**1/2) means it has its moments of pleasure but more often than not is dull or unimpressive. There is almost no attempt at showing the artistry of the singers.
2 stars (**) mean I really don’t care about the album. It’s forgettable even if it has some nice songs. There is no single song that impresses me but there’s still some songs that are listenable if not great.
1.5 – 1 star (*1/2 – *) This is the lowest of the lows. The album is memorably awful and the songs are just ghastly, annoying, overbearing, and terribly upsetting. No display of talent either.