Kpop gets on my nerves.

Companies are so quick to jack sounds and images, if another group/artist did it and was successful with it.

I feel bad for artists/companies/groups who actually take their time with their music and concepts. They strive to be original.

Like in G Dragon’s interview with XXL he basically said wtf  at first when he saw everyone doing a 180 by making the same type of music and having the same image as they did.

That’s why I feel like I’m leaning away from mainstream kpop bc it has lost its appeal to me. Music all over the world in general has been lacking some originality.

Agreed. I only listen to people I actually care about (both in Kpop and American music). I don’t really pay attention to Kpop rookies anymore. I listening more so to Korean R&B, Hip Hop, Indie, etc. now in days.

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  • 1 year ago
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