Gaeko, Babylon And More Drop Feel-Good Hip-Pop Bop ‘Cheers’

gaeko cheers The world of Korean hip-hop can be a wildly uneven one. On one hand you can have unstoppable underground rappers out-rhyming your American faves and rich production influenced by multiple musical genres (much like K-pop is), and on the other you can have generic outdated shit like Yoon Mi Rae's "Angel" or whatever gaudy, embarrassing clusterfuck G-Dragon has regurgitated after streaming Hot 97 on his Samsung Galaxy.