Couldn’t catch up on K-pop’s current events and comebacks? Don’t worry, here’s a recap on the latest news and hottest K-pop songs released between March 8 to 15!
Trending K-pop Comebacks
‘SET ME FREE’ by TWICE
TWICE dropped their much-anticipated comeback with “SET ME FREE,” which is the title track for their 12th mini album, “READY TO BE.” On March 10, their fandom ONCEs went wild with their stylish performances and explosive music.
TWICE are currently promoting on the West with this newly released bop, featuring in talk shows such as “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” and “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
‘Rover’ by EXO KAI
On March 13, EXO Kai released the song “Rover,” which is based from the album of the same name. It also marks as the world-class performer’s 3rd mini album in his blooming solo career. The album contains six songs including title song “Rover,” and side tracks “Black Mirror,” “Slidin’,” “Bomba,” “Say You Love Me,” and “Sinner.”
‘Young, Dumb, Stupid’ by NMIXX
NMIXX uploaded a cheerful track on March 12, titled, “Young, Dumb, Stupid.” In contrast to their “Mixx Pop,” where various genres are placed in one song, “Young, Dumb, Stupid” offers a straightforward listening experience for fans.
Its highlight lies on the chorus, where the tune of famous nursery rhyme “Frère Jacques'” (famously known as “Brother John”) is embedded!
‘on the street’ by BTS J-Hope (with J. Cole)
J-Hope BTS offered ARMYs a collab track with singer J. Cole with “on the street.” What makes this digital single special is that it brings back some of BTS’s early sound during their rookie days. Apart from that, J-Hope’s performance is one to watch in “on the street.”
Latest News & Issues
NCT Dream Jeno Confirms Positive for COVID-19
On March 13, NCT Dream Jeno was tested for COVID-19, which was then confirmed by his agency, SM Entertainment.
(Photo : Instagram: @nct_dream)
With his condition on the line, SM Entertainment has postponed the idol’s present and upcoming activities, to help Jeno recover. SM Entertainment assured fans that Jeno’s well-being is their priority, and will now proceed to take measures in focusing on the idol’s recuperation.
The agency stated:
“We will do our best to focus on our artist’s recovery by considering their health and safety our top priority.”
READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE: NCT Dream Jeno Tests Positive for COVID-19
BTS, SEVENTEEN, More Receive Recognition At 37th Japan Gold Disc Awards
On March 10, the winners of the 37th Japan Gold Disc Awards were revealed by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (simply known as RIAJ).
(Photo : Twitter)
The list was dominated by global K-pop group BTS, who bagged a total of five awards, including Best Asian Artist, Song of the Year by Download (Asia), Music Video of the Year (Asia), Best 3 Albums for “Proof,” and Jungkook with the Song of the Year by Streaming (Western) award.
Other popular K-pop artists such as SEVENTEEN, IVE, Kep1er and more made it on the list, proving their growing fanbases in Japan.
To know what the other awards are, read the full article on the link below!
SEE FULL LIST HERE: 37th Japan Gold Disc Awards Winners: BTS, SEVENTEEN, More Receive Recognition
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