f(x)'s "Electric Shock" comeback last year was so underwhelming. It's not that the song was bad per se, it's just that it wasn't what anyone should want from a group like f(x). f(x) should always be a little left of center and singing about oddball stuff like blood types and wooden dolls, not churning our formulaic electro-pop that would be better suited to the likes of 2NE1.
Thankfully, it looks like f(x)'s journey into dulldom was just a slight hiccup, because the girls are back with a new single that's every bit as weird and wacky as "Pinocchio (Danger)," "Rum Pum Pum Pum."
I must preface this post by stating that I have been passionately stanning for Crayon Pop since the second "Saturday Night" was released, and that the Kweens of Cray-Cray ruled The Prophet Blog's Best K-pop Songs of 2012 list with THREE entries, so for all you haters that either ignored Slayon Pope or said they'd never become a thing, I've got news for you: YOU WERE FUCKING WRONG AND I TOLD YOU SO!
The Divine Five's latest masterpiece, "Bar Bar Bar," is currently growing at an unstoppable rate, and is well on its way to becoming the biggest K-pop sleeper hit of 2013.
What kind of flawless pirate concept...
T-ara has officially returned to its original 6-member lineup on the artwork for the group's second Japanese album, Treasure Box. They look like such sexy naughty bitchy bad girls that it almost makes me wish that all the nasty rumors about them were true.