Top Kpop MVs: Stray Kids Ballads

Y’all know that we love our Stray Kids around here, and have from the very beginning. From Felix’s alluring deep voice to 3RACHA’s captivating raps to Bangchan’s impeccable songwriting and producing skills to their INCREDIBLE stage presence, these idols have what it takes to make the world sit up and pay attention. 

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Top Kpop MVs: The Girl Groups Come Knocking!

As many of our regular readers might have already figured out, I’m an unapologetic fan of male voices and choreography when it comes to my Kpop faves! However, every once in a while a girl group or solo artist will catch my attention and jump onto my regular playlists. These last six weeks have been stellar for the girls of Kpop and I’ve found not one, but SIX new tracks that I can’t wait to share — let’s roll, ladies!

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Top Kpop MVs: Exploring Kingdom

Sometimes 4th gen kpop is on a completely different level. While groups like BTS have an overarching storyline that fans can access with a little digging (me, I’m that fan. I had to get out a shovel), groups like ATEEZ and Kingdom have concepts that are completely in your face. ATEEZ are the Pirate Kings of course, and we’ve discussed that here on the blog. But today we’re gonna take a peek at the lesser-known group Kingdom, whose concepts and music have been solid from their debut. Come see if they’re a group who should be landing on your playlists! 

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Top 5 MVs: K-Pop Lite

Most of the time Kpop transcends its native lyrics and the songs themselves speak to listeners world-wide. But sometimes, listening to a song in my native language is a treat, because I can freely sing along with some of my favorite Asian artists! Additionally, these songs can be the perfect share with friends and family who aren’t quite ready to take the plunge into regular Kpop. Ready to give these great tracks a spin? Check them out below!!

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Get Me Some N.Flying OSTs!

N.Flying has been on my radar for a long time – I found them when Lee Hong Gi promoted them years ago, and fell in love with Yoo Hwe Sung’s vocal power and Seung Hyub’s emotional range. Between the intense instrumental work and the knock-you-off-your-seat vocals, they’re a great band. It makes sense that they would end up on so many OSTs! Come see how N.Flying’s contributions have made these OSTs a compelling listen.

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