[Current Obsessions #4] STRESS, COME ON!

I wanted to make this a Music Monday but I should at least keep that on Mondays (even though I don’t end up posting anything anyway). For some strange reason I ended up getting obsessed with this weird song, “Stress, Come On!” It is the debut song for the new boy band Big Byung, which is a group that we should most definitely look out for! The members of Big Byung include Yook Duk, Wang Kong, Hyuk-ddi, and Deol Baegi (still can’t decide on a bias). The song has such meaningful lyrics that I was able to relate to and some of the members surprised me with their rapping skills! Duble Brave Tiger really outdid themselves as up and coming producers! I hope to see more of them! And if you haven’t watched the reality show about the struggles of debuting, you totally need to check it out! “Hitmaker” is an awesome show that started with their formation up until their debut! You’ll learn to appreciate them more!


[Current Obsessions #3] K-electronica?

Okay I actually don’t even like that much of electronic music but life happens and I found a new interest. SO what is this K-electronica? I don’t even know. I didn’t even know it was a word. This K-electronica is a bit different in a sense that it’s not just random computer noises. Maybe it’s the vocals but sometimes they can be somewhat relaxing.

Humming Urban Stereo – Bullshit ft. Narsha (pretty much what I’m obsessed with right now)


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Kemy’s Park Bom Diss

Okay, this post is going to be more of a rant on k-pop fans than it really is on Kemy but whatever. I’ll start off to say that what Kemy did was pretty bold and also rude. I think Park Bom’s style coordinator did a good job summing it up when she said, “They say you can diss somebody if you’ve reached the level to meet them face-to-face and eat together.” Obviously, Kemy is nowhere close to that level yet. She barely debuted, but she had dissed one of the biggest celebrities in K-pop that is twice her age. That was not a smart choice.

However, the fans are even worse. They’re hiding behind a computer screen and calling the girl the most horrible names I have ever heard. Honestly, they are incredibly harsh and horrible. They’re worse than Kemy right now. They’re calling her a bitch or a whore and I’ve even read some comments telling her to go die or got to hell. That is not okay. You should never tell ANYONE to go die. They’re ripping up every single thing about her and her rap. Park Bom does not need you to be gaining up on this girl for her sake. She’s a grown 30 year-old woman who has the authority and power to take care of herself. Honestly, cool down and back off of a girl you don’t even know.

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