This time, the crowd put in combination more or less of Justin Biebers preferred songs, reproduced in a tune made by Wonny DROP DA BEAT, and sung by Device Hoon and Hyeon Seo. Hyeon SEOwas once made great popular on Koreaboo when her making a songa canopy of Eyes, Nose, Lips by Taeyang went super viral!
Korean Songs 2013
Yankie Is Our Editor's Most sensible Select For The 10 Perfect Korean Rap Songs Of 2015 With 'Sold Out' Featuring Zion.T, Loco And Epik High's Tablo
For hardcore Large Bang fans, there might bejust onecall that mattered in rap in 2015, or two names actually, as so-called band "sub-unit" GD TOP were accountable for the ingenious highpoint of the per thirty daysflow of singles that ended inthe crowdalmost owning the pop charts all summer. All stated and done, the "MADE" series sold over thirteen million singles worldwide, all still without the neighborhoodfreeing a full-length album. But just as very important for the group's cultural have an effect on as their advertisementgood fortune is that while a majority of the 8 "MADE" singles unveiled between April and August veered toward an eclectic, though most commonly mainstream pop sound, on "Zutter" the Hallyu icons proved they is also able to tear up the track with the most efficient of them. For all the musical styles that adolescencebuddies G-Dragon and T.O.P check out on for size, it's miles when the duo are losing rhymes that they appear to be the most at home. Whatever your mind are on Big Bang, there just isn't any denying the duo is dropping hot hearth here.
Anyone sufficiently old to be partial to the brew recalls that early excitement of heading house alongside a bag stuffed with beers, prepared to kick a couple of back for a few kicks. With the manner rapper illinit attacks the track with fierce precision on this infectious song, it's transparent he hasn't had one too many. With a sound that's both grounded with forgedabilities and obscured with psychedelic production flourishes, illinit proved to be a big innovator this year. His album "Made In '98," though yet to acquire any mainstream press, announced the arriving of a different voice on Korea's hip-hop landscape.
"It was a summer night throughout the weekend," MaseWonder said of his moody end-of-summer opus when I interviewed him remaining month. "My pals and I were drinking and dining at the riverside. You notice them precisely like that during the music video. I believe ane succeeded in shooting the fever of the night." Capture it he did. MaseWonder would most likely not take created much of a stir in the West with "Summer Night," but he crystalized a temper on the track, a good expression of a super moment as he experienced it that might now continuously exist there for all folks to enjoy. More than any song on this list, "Summer Night" is a curative tonic.
2PM member Junho will soon be liberating Korean versions of his self-composed eastern songs on a ‘best of’ album.
On August 17, his firm said, “On September 14, he'll be liberating his first ‘best of’ album entitled ‘One.’ so as to pay off his fanatics for their love, he’s moderately decided on 11 of his songs that were released in Japan and ready them specially.”
The album “One” will come with songs off his contemporary 3rd mini album “So Good,” which rose to the pinnacle spot at the Oricon chart correct after it used to be released. It'll also feature songs of quite a lot of genres from his first and 2nd solo mini albums. in line with his agency, he rewrote the songs into Korean himself.
2PM member Junho will soon be liberating Korean versions of his self-composed Japanese songs.
On August 17, his firm said, “On September 14, he'll be liberating his first easiest of album entitled ‘One.’ In order to pay off his fanatics for their love, he’s moderately decided on 11 of his songs that were released in Japan and ready them specially.”
The album “One” will come with songs off his contemporary 3rd mini album “So Good,” which rose to the head spot at the Oricon chart correct after it used to be released. It'll also feature songs of quite a lot of genres from his first and 2d solo mini albums.
Another "Father," Insooni"s eerie ballad discusses the hardships of a daughter who wants her father to understand her. The relationship between fathers and their children is always tough, and this sad song relates the feelings of someone who believes that their father no longer actually loves them. The difficult relationship is heartbreaking, but the singer reaches out to her father, telling him that she misses him and just wants to say "I love you."
Luna and Krystal of f(x) sing about the difficult relationship between daughters and their fathers. The melodious ballad has a steady beat that keeps the song grounded, but the emotion behind the singers" voices reveal how hard it is for girls to talk to their fathers.
The refrain "sorry, I"m so sorry," seems to express how a daughter may feel bad about the way that she treats her father, but that the same sort of situation repeats with every father and daughter relationship. Even if its hard, everybody feels this way.
Using Traditional Korean Music In K-Pop: Crayon Pop And ToppDogg Attempt Something New In Their Latest Songs
Crayon Pop, who shot to stardom while wearing helmets, released the music video for "Uh-ee." The song is heavily influenced by Trot, a genre of Korean pop music. But Crayon Pop isn"t the only idol group to use more traditional genres of Korean music to influence their pop songs. ToppDogg"s "Arario" also takes Korean music and turns it into a catchy pop song.
"Uh-ee" is just as comical, although a bit less catchy, than Crayon Pop"s "Bar Bar Bar" and "Lonely Christmas." But they still kept their ridiculous style, this time by dressing up as five ajummas.
Ajumma is the word Koreans call middle-aged married women, and often has a negative stereotype of pushy, unfashionable women; calling a young woman an ajumma is generally considered to be offensive. Ajumma will get jobs cleaning buildings and housekeepers in general are often called ajumma.
Idol band CNBLUE‘s “I’m Sorry” has been confirmed as the most loved Korean song in Taiwan last year.
According to an announcement made by FNC Entertainment on March 26, Taiwanese ranking show Hit FM recently revealed the top 100 favorite songs on 2013. CNBLUE confirmed their popularity by landing on the sixth spot on the list.
Out of the 100 most played tracks, 54 songs are sung in Chinese, 18 tracks are from Indonesia, and the rest are from various countries. A total of 17 Korean songs made it to the list, and CNBLUE’s “I’m Sorry” ranked the highest among them.
Hit FM’s 100 songs single chart is a chart that selects 100 of the most loved songs in Taiwan, and it includes tunes from all around the globe. The chart is ranked based on the number of broadcast appearance, album sales as well as online voting.
This year, over 10 million people participated in voting, and CN Blue was the highest-ranking K-pop artist on the chart, going shoulder to shoulder with the other renowned artists around the globe.
AOA, Ailee, Tiny-G and more cheer up the Korean national soccer team ‘Red Devils’ with World Cup support songs
An official support album “We Are the Reds” has been released with various energetic songs by AOA, DickPunks, Ailee, Jung Joon YoungSoul Dive, Trans FixionGirl”s Day”s Minah, Tiny-G, KeepopYoon Hyung BinSeo Doo Won, Broken Valentine, and Romantic Punch.
Actor Lee Byung Hun starts off the list at 91, in between American actor Armie Hammer and Argentine soccer player Gonzalo Higuaín. Dennis Oh makes a surprise appearance at 66. World star Rain makes number 46, and not too far ahead is actor Lee Jung Jae at 40. Of the Big Bang members, it was actually Taeyang who managed to get on the list at a high 33. Actor Daniel Henney gets to 24. 2PM‘s leader and rising idol-actor Taecyeon made it to the top twenty with being 13. Lastly, the highest ranking Korea celebrity is Super Junior‘s Choi Siwon, who was lucky number 7. Actor Michael Fassbender was voted the number one most handsome face.