Songs I Missed #13: A Different Format, and a Lot of Kpop

Songs I Missed 13

Good morning, fellow Kpoppers!

As you probably know by now, I get really behind on Kpop releases, and it’s not a good time when I am inactive for months on end and still need to comment on a bunch of them. So, I am trying out a new format so I can point out all the things that are good, the okay, and the bad. It might make things a little more interesting and fun to look at, or it might just be annoying and not that great.

The past few months of Kpop have had a lot of really good singles. The warmer months always seem to bring the best out of Kpop, so it’s super exciting to watch things get better and better. Unfortunately, both SISTAR and T-ARA are leaving Kpop for good, so that has made the past few months sad at times. However, what we have is a lot of music to go through, so let’s get started!

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Sistar and Giorgio Moroder Tackle Some Social Issues in “One More Day”

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In an increasingly global society, collaborations between international artists have become more and more of a thing in recent years. Some notable collaborations include Taemin’s “Press Your Number” produced by Bruno Mars, 4Minute and Skrillex in “Hate” shortly before their disbandment, and Porter Robinson and Madeon’s “Shelter,” complete with an anime music video created by A-1 Pictures and Crunchyroll (two big players in the anime community). Sistar and Giorgio Moroder’s “One More Day” is another one to add to the list.

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Songs I Missed #3: SHINee, MAMAMOO, BLACK PINK, and more

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Uh…hey guys.

So…you may have noticed I’ve been absent for a couple of weeks.

And…well…I’ve really got no excuse to give you other than I have a bad time keeping up with comebacks and debuts along with all my other responsibilities and entanglements in real life.

            But I’m back now, and I’m reviewing a large amount of Kpop comebacks to a) get me back in the loop, and b) so I can give my opinion on these comebacks. That means this post is gonna be pretty video-heavy, so bear that in mind as you read.

And now, without further adieu, the comebacks I missed:

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