I have created a list of my favourite Korean, Japanese and Hello Project songs. As I get deeper into the C-POP fandom, I thought it was only appropriate to create a list of my favourite C-POP songs. Read the rest of this entry
I always say that music is a universal language. You don’t have to understand it to enjoy it. I don’t fluently speak Korean or Japanese, but I still enjoy the music, television shows, entertainment and culture from these countries. I have always been interested in the different cultures around the world and the people and histories that shape these cultures. I find it so amazing that in this world there are so many different landscapes, histories and heritages. On this one planet there are so many different experiences and people!
Where I am going with this rant? All I want to say is that I enjoy things from all over the world, especially music. While JPOP and KPOP are two of my favourite “genres” of music, I do enjoy music from other parts of the world. Below is just a short list of some of my favourite songs from countries outside Japan, South Korea, and the United States of America: Read the rest of this entry
Every Wednesday, an influential (and beautiful) K-POP, C-POP or J-POP female idol will be featured! Read the rest of this entry
15. Crystal Kay x Amuro Namie “Revolution”
This song was released not too long ago. I have admired Namie, the Queen of J-POP, for a number of years now, but I recently started gaining interest in Crystal Kay and her music. These two Japanese superstars joined forces to create an inspirational dance track. The song also incorporates a lot of English, which is a big plus in my book as well. Read the rest of this entry