Crimson staff writer
June K. Park
“Queendom” may not feature the experimentation and creativity that marked Red Velvet’s past work but still promises more to come from these queens of K-pop.
Move over Travis Scott Burger, there’s a new collaboration in town. Who better to become the next face of a global, viral campaign than the insanely popular K-pop powerhouse — BTS?
Despite the masterful cinematography that elegantly captures the irony between the serene ocean view setting and the violent, gory shootouts, “Night in Paradise” scrambles to rely on its ghastly shock value to tell an otherwise dull story of Korean mobsters.
Nearly 13 years into her career, IU continues to amaze her fans, redefining what it means to be a K-pop singer, songwriter, and producer.
“I hope that whatever story or experience I have can be a little bit more accessible to students,” Smith said.
The showdown between Spotify and Kakao is part of a much larger problem in the music industry — who gets to control what music streams and what doesn’t?
McCharen-Tran’s fashion label is dedicated to creating “future-forward bodywear,” especially inclusive swimwear for every type of body.
The new version of "Friday" turns the original bubblegum pop song upside down to create the ideal glorious and chaotic hyperpop meme for 2021.