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The return of the four famous female idols of Kpop was a big success. 2NE1′s comeback song ”Missing You”, has already reached over 4 million views in just 6 days and has been ranked first place in Youtube’s ”K-pop Music Video” chart. Beating out their same agency’s artist, Psy and his ”Gangam Style” known all around the world, 2NE1 gave an impressive return. ”Missing You” is a sorrowful and emotional song talking about an ending of a couple’s love.
YG Entertainment artists are very spectacular as they take over the chart. 2NE1, Psy and Big Bang’s members T.O.P, Taeyang and G-Dragon are all in the top!
Source: 2NE1 Facebook
Norazo, Psy, Crayon PopNorazo "Wild Horse"
In 2012 Psy released "Gangnam Style" and the internet would never be the same again.It was the first K-Pop song to gain widespread international attention and became the most popular YouTube video of all time.
Quirky girl group Crayon Pop were the next Korean stars to gain widespread notoriety when they released "Bar Bar Bar" in June of this year.Complete with a bizarre music video and fun yet easy-to-imitate choreography, "Bar Bar Bar" was K-Pop's next viral hit.
Now it would appear that pop-dance duo Norazo are on their way to being the internet's next K-Pop sensation with their latest song "Wild Horse."
The new single dropped on November 12 and while it only has about 46,000 views as of midnight on November 20, all across the internet people are talking about Norazo's "Wild Horse" and sharing it with their friends
TOP, Norazo, Ylvis, Lim Chang Jung, U-Kiss, PSY, 4Minute, T-ARATOP keeps it strange in 'DOOM DADA'.
Big Bang's TOP made his solo debut this week with the release of DOOM DADA, which features one of the most bizarre video esthetics of 2013's K-Pop videos.While many acts set out to create videos that raise the bar on Korea's shock value with what is now becoming the very common 19 plus restricted video, other performers venture down a different path.Inspired by the success of outlier videos like PSY's Gangnam Style or the catchy aegyo of Crayon Pop's Bar Bar Bar, more K-Pop acts are releasing videos which inspire discussion and are instant viral videos.In the case of TOP's DOOM DADA, the video is well suited to the atmospheric nature of the song.There are some other K-Pop acts, however, who take the concept of the strange music video to a whole other level
By now, the news should probably have sunk in that Girls’ Generation has taken home the YouTube Music Awards’ Video of The Year award. Basing this review on the judging criteria — videos that were shared the most quickly had the clearest indicators for worldwide popularity as well as their respective wins — it’s safe to say that those looking for a counterpoint to this view will not find it here.
Certainly though, the win has placed K-pop in the international spotlight, in the same way that Gangnam Style made waves last year; but the mood seems rather like a mix of “it’s time to proudly admit Korean pop culture has a place in the mainstream” and a “how did we suddenly get this big?!”.
Having followed the voting process, I would’ve been more surprised if SNSD had not won
PSY, YG Entertainment, Girls Generation, SNSD, EXO, G-Dragon
With higher YouTube views and ITunes sales, PSY is still on top.
In reaction to widespread international media attention regarding Girl's Generation's win of the first YouTube Music Video Award, YG Entertainment began to spread an article from Billboard which supported the fact that PSY was not a loser in the competition.Statistically, PSY has performed better on YouTube as well as on iTunes charts with the release of both "Gangnam Style" and "Gentleman."As publications from Time to US Weekly attempt to explain to readers how a girl group from Korea beat Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga, it appears as though YG Entertainment is pondering how PSY was defeated.
Despite what is approaching 600 million views on YouTube, Gentleman has failed to have the success that Gangnam Style garnered through international radio play
Fans may be reminded of PSY‘s “Gangnam Style” and “Gentleman” when they watch actor and balladeer Lim Chang Jung‘s “Open the Door” music video. However, all of that melts away after watching ten seconds of “Open the Door” (working english title).
For starters, unlike PSY’s “Gangnam Style” and “Gentleman,” Lim Chang Jung portrays the character of a veteran singer or a man of high moral character, who corrects or admonishes individuals who appear to have forgotten the manners, ettiquette and values upheld by the older generation, whereas PSY has previously assumed characters that are quite the opposite yet endearing all the same.
For example, Lim Chang Jung covers a cycling female in a long winter coat when the old men are caught ogling at her figure at the gym – and he does it with a slick side-part that appears to represent his alter-ego of sorts
The music video of global star Psy's hit song "Gangnam Style" has been viewed more than 1.8 billion times on YouTube, according to YG Entertainment yesterday.
The video, first posted on the Web site on July 15 of last year, is still continuously streamed by international fans, continuing to renew the record.
"The video had 100 million views on the 52nd day of the release and had 1 billion views on the 161th day", said the agency.
"As the video has added 100 million views a month on average, now many are waiting to see if the video will hit 2 billion views soon".
His other EP, "Gentleman", released early this year, has also garnered over 500 million views on YouTube.
Meanwhile, the agency said that the star is working on a new song without specifying the release date
Girls Generation, PsyYouTube Music Awards
This year YouTube is launching their first ever YouTube Music Awards and two very familiar K-Pop acts have been nominated - Psy and Girls' Generation!
When YouTube announced the nominees for the YouTube Music Awards on October 21, it was no big surprise that Psy ended up among the world's viral elite.He nabbed three different nominations, Artist of the Year, Video of the Year for "Gentleman," and YouTube Phenomenon for the song "Gangnam Style."
Furthermore, Psy got recognition in another category.YouTube sensations Jayesslee we nominated in the Response of the Year category for their remarkable cover of Psy's world record-breaking single "Gangnam Style
Is Ylvis’ ‘The Fox’ The New ‘Gangnam Style?’ Music Video Goes Viral, Enters Top 30 In Billboard Chart
Ylvis "The Fox," the next "Gangnam Style?" (Photo Credit: Facebook)
Psy may have secured his place in viral history with "Gangnam Style" and "Gentleman," but a new music video by Ylvis titled "The Fox" may be the next viral sensation.
Ylvis is a variety show duo from Norway consisting of brothers Bård Urheim Ylvisåker and Vegard Urheim Ylvisåker, which debuted in 2000.
"The Fox" is produced by Norwegian producers Tor Erik Hermansen and Mikkel Storleer Eriksen (aka Stargate). Given their collaboration history with Rihanna, Beyonce, and Ne-Yo, the success of "The Fox" may not be much of a surprise.
"The Fox" is a music video released to promote their TV talk show, "I kveld med Ylvis" ("Tonight With Ylvis"). After uploading September 3, the video has garnered nearly 40 million views and has been even caught the attention of Ellen Degeneres
Good Morning America, on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC), reported on August 28 about the female group Crayon Pop as the next-generation of K-pop rookies, explaining that the music video of their hit song “Bar Bar Bar” is receiving an explosive response on the Internet currently and is making people wonder whether they will follow in the footsteps of Psy’s “Gangnam Style.”
The program mentioned the female group’s distinctive choreography and expressed appreciation of their differentiated strategy by reporting that the group is different from other female groups, having a distinctive concept. Various parodies are appearing on YouTube, including some by students, American soldiers, and Korean policemen. People follow them on a wedding ceremony and a Korean comedian did a parody of the choreography