One of my favorite parts of K-pop are the deep voices. You usually either hate the deep voice or love the deep voice. I am incredibly fond of those deep voice rappers and sometimes they come from the most surprising person. You may come across a baby-faced idol who turns out to have a voice deeper than the pacific ocean. Here’s a list of my favorite deep voices in K-pop.
Jay Park is a man of many talents being a singer, dancer, producer, and rapper. Although he left 2pm, it did not interfere with him garnering attention. I believe his leave may have been the best choice for him. It allowed him to take advantage of the freedom and pursue his own music. This month, a song that I’ve taken a liking to was “Let’s Make Up.” It has a nice old school/electronic vibe and the dance for it was upbeat. I even tried learning part of the dance.
JYP’s highly anticipated boy group, Got7, finally made their debut with “Girls Girls Girls.” I was looking forward to their debut when I found out JJ Project’s JB and Jr. were a part of Got7. I pretty much waited two years since “Bounce” for their comeback. When I found out they were acting in a Korean drama my parents were watching, I flipped out at the T.V.”Girls Girls Girls” wasn’t exactly what I was hoping for from them, but you have to admit that it grows on you with an undeniably catchy beat. However, the song that I want to talk about is “I Like You.”
Let me just start off with my belief that Spica is one of the most underrated groups out there. I don’t often listen to girl groups and there are few that I actually enjoy. ***I don’t hate girl groups, I just don’t listen to them all the time. Sorry, girl groups don’t have hot boys.*** Spica is most definitely one of the groups that deserve some credit. They have powerful vocals and songs that leave quite an impression when listening to them.
Ahh, it has been awhile and now it’s a New Year! I’ve been pretty MIA a lot from the internet scene mainly due to a hectic Winter Break. Except there were three days thrown in there where I didn’t even leave the house and was probably sleeping more than actually being awake. I wrote an update on my personal blog and was going to write one for this one but then I realized, I don’t really have a plan for this blog. It’s just whatever I feel about K-pop, and of course as fangirls know, there are A LOT of feels. Feeeeeeels. So this post will be my comeback.
Speaking of comebacks, this Music Monday is on C-Clown and their recent video for “Tell Me.” Let me tell you I just flipped when I saw it because I love C-Clown. They need more recognition as a group and I really enjoy their songs. At first I was only hooked on the Australian rapper/dancer Barom Yu, but as I got more into C-Clown as a group, more and more members continue to grow on me. This little pleasant surprise was no disappointment and I really like this song right now.