I am going to branch out from the Asian pop culture world with this post. English singer-songwriter, Ed Sheeran, turned the world upside down when he returned from his hiatus with a new album. This album is entitled “÷” and it was released March 3, 2017.
Playing Manager, Tsugunaga Momoko, will be graduating on June 30, 2017. Country Girls also lost one of its members, Inaba Manaka. This group has been shaken up but they are still resilient as ever. With Momoko’s graduation, the leadership role will be vacant. They question left is who will be the next member to fulfil… Continue Reading
At the beginning of last year, I made a wish list. This wish list consisted of things I hoped to happen in the Hello Project throughout that year. Some of the wishes that have actually been fulfilled include:
I posted a hypothetical list of Hello Project members that can compete on Girl Spirit. This time, I thought about the girls who can possibly compete against each other in a show like Hit the Stage.
Are you familiar with the Korean competition show, Girl Spirit? This show featured main and lead vocalists from lesser-known girl-groups, such as Spica, Fiestar, Bestie, Ladies Code and more. These girls competed against each other on stage, while being critiqued by a group of aspiring vocalists.
It has been a year since my last “Rookie Watch” post. There have been many notable debuts since then. Many of these groups have made a big impact on me, while some have yet to capture my interest. See what I have to say about some of KPOP’s newest boy and girl groups below!
Lights! Camera! Action! This post is a spin-off of my earlier post about Hello Project idols as anime characters. However, this time I envisioned the girls as characters in dramas that I have watched! See the list below: