Woollim Entertainment’s new boy duo, Tasty, finally released their debut mini-album yesterday titled Spectrum!
I was disappointed to hear that they only released three full-length songs and an intro, but I’m still excited to hear their music. Woollim has made a name for themselves based on the quality of their artists’ music: Infinte, NELL, JiSun, and formerly Epik High. They are not the flashiest label, but they know how to foster some great artists. Continue reading
Yes, this is another post about Infinte. <3
I don’t really follow Korean variety shows, so today is the first time that I’ve heard that Infinite’s leader, Sunggyu, was a contestant on the singing show. Continue reading
So I’m back whoooo!!
My apologies for the extended hiatus. However, I am now free from the paws of calculus, statistics, and economics so let the blogging commence!
What could possibly be a better way to an awesome blogging comeback than to write about an awesome musical comeback?
Infinite returned to the music scene today with their mini–album: INFINITIZE. Given that Infinite has never failed in producing high quality albums, I am so excited for this one!!
So you probably noticed that the writers here at DramaPop took an extended hiatus just to get adjusted to the new semester. Looking back, I realized I missed out on a whole buttload of great releases. Here are my top ten favorites:
Alright, so judging from the title of this post, I should be writing about the new drama “Shut Up: Flower Boy Band“, right? WRONG. Continue reading
Although I’ll probably say this every year, I really feel as though 2011 was a great year for Kpop. So many artists had their debuts and comeback so there was a wealth of great music produced. Continue reading
Finally! Here’s the final list of songs for my top twenty. Each of this song, I can only offer nice words because they made my year of listening to music so darn good. I cherish each one of these songs for their virtues, the talents involved, and lastly their impact on me as a listener. Last year, my favorite song was Super Junior’s addicting “Bonamana”. This year is a different story.
Well it’s that time of the year to consider the best achievements of the year, something that I look forward to every year with much anticipation because I’m a list whore who actively watches award shows with much gusto. I’ve done this kind of listing before and I’m glad to share my list of the best songs of 2011.
2011 has been a year of great comebacks. For too often, a quality artist or group makes a comeback that is completely lackluster and disappointing; however, I am quite happy to say that this year’s comebacks (and debuts) have been more than satisfactory. Here are my top ten artists of 2011: