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K-indie Songstress Lim Kim Turns Out To Be Better Than Expected

Lim Kim All Right For the most part, I tend to stay away from a lot of the really commercially-successful K-indie music because it almost always falls into one of two categories: folksy, coffee shop acoustic pop, or emo, coffee shop acoustic hip-hop. I do love a few of the big stars of the genre like 10cm and Busker Busker, but usually avoid the ones I see at the top of the charts, so it wasn't until last week that I finally gave a Lim Kim a chance and was pleasantly surprised to find out that she's actually kind of really good.

King Carey Wilson is Making a Big Comeback: Her Words, Not Mine

Keri Hilson Toilet Carey Wilson can be a deluded egomaniac at times and I still haven't quite recovered from the mess that was "Breaking Point" and "The Way You %$@& Me," but there's something about her that always keeps me coming back for more. Maybe it's because we share a hatred of that butt-padded beyatch Beyonce, or maybe it's just because she actually puts out some legitimately great tunes from time to time ("Hustler" and "Intuition" are everything and will remain being everything for the foreseeable future).