Flop does not necessarily means bad. It is just an outcome from an effort. An effort is noble. In K-Pop context, this usually translates to how does an act fare on charts. Numerical superiority is somewhat considered as a major indicator for success. It is quantifiable, something that is easy
That's right! AOMG is coming back to the USA to bring the fire, and they're doing it big, hitting 8 cities in less than two weeks (WHOA)!
Release Date: 2016.02.01
1. Hate *Title
2. No Love
5. Hate (instrumental)
Total Runtime: 00:18:06
Recommended for: 4Nia’s, Pop-hip-hop-EDM lovers
NOT recommended for: Peeps who aren’t into bass heavy beats
South Korea, the center of a musical wave worldly known as "Hip-Hop." After the ending of Show Me The Money 4, I'd like to take a brief time to focus on the highlights hip-hop had in South Korea, and to the importance its had over the world.
For those that aren't already watching, Show Me The Money is a rap competition show that airs on Mnet. In the same fashion as one of the hottest music competition shows on television, The Voice, the contestants are put into teams, lead by some of the hottest stars in the Korean
Crucial Star (Park Se Yoon) is no newbie to the entertainment industry. He made a splash in the scene at the age of 17, performing with Libra Twins, and later signed with hip hop label, Soul Company. He stayed signed with the label until their disbandment in late 2011. Without losing
SALU (real name unknown/private) is a rapper from Hokkaido Prefecture currently under the label Toys Factory. He became interested in rapping at the age of 4, and began writing rap at the age of 14. In March 2012, he released his first album "IN MY SHOES" under the label ONE
I stumbled across Lake Kim from PaperBlockz Crew while searching for more Korean hip hop music. I am really happy that I did because I really loved his sophomore mixtape; there is not one song from that mixtape that I dislike. At a young age of 18, this talented rapper