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They really do have the worse chemistry. It doesn't help they seem to do most things solo, or there seems to be some cliqueyness between members (Speculation of course). Even when they did a few variety shows, they just all seem more solo-focused and I think a big part of that blame is in how much YG pushed Jennie for so long, and now they're going to push Lisa more. At least Rose is getting attention finally.
I love her lilac hair but it just looks blonde under the lighting in the MV sigh From google: Soribada was the first Korean peer-to-peer file-sharing service, launched in 2000 by Sean Yang as a Napster clone. The name 'Soribada' means "Ocean of Sound" or "Receiving Sound".
Looking further into it, looks like it's more similar to itunes and "fingerprints" users so this would be in regards to sales over streams, I think? Someone correct me if I'm wrong since I have no idea what it is, I'm just trying to look it up.
So like all of a sudden, outside of styling, Jennie doesn't seem to be YG's golden girl with this comeback. She didn't dominate the song or the music video (to my memory, i'm not contributing to more views to that shit), her hair stands out but so does Lisa with the short hair (Did she really cut it because I thought on r/kpop/ someone posted she said it was a wig when we just had promos to go off of?), Rose is getting ysl and a solo soon.
Lisa stood out more to me in this come back than Jennie objectively speaking. Hard to tell with just one song though. I guess we'll see how the rest of this release goes. I really hope the next pre-release is decent and that main song better be a fucking bomb cause HYLT is not it.
Maybe that's just me. I don't live, eat, and breathe BP (I enjoy their music but not more than any other kpop fan really) but that's my observation as a casual fan.
Glad I'm not the only one. The song is trash, the choreography is boring and doesn't help bring it to "meh" territory like Let's Kill This Love did (That lean back "gun" motion is great, I don't remember jack shit about this new song) only good thing to come from it is their upgraded styles (Though I think the blonde/pink on Jennie is way too big for her small face, they shouldn't have pulled it back as far as they did).
I wish these Blinks would be okay with admitting the song is nowhere close to being good so that BP could GET some GOOD songs again. Why do you want to be okay with mediocrity?
I dunno I'm not a fan. Her music's kinda overplayed and all the singles I've heard on the radio sound very similar, like too much to be true talent to me? idk. I'll be grateful for the day people aren't gushing about her everywhere.
I'm pretty sure it's going to be a tour. They're gonna release one new song and then tour with the small repertoire they have. I legitimately can't think of anything else it might be. I doubt they have the fan numbers for a global tour though so maybe it'll just be merch.
The sad thing is there isn't anyone. Unless her mom, dad, or brother suddenly decide to actually push her into treatment, which is highly doubtful, Eugenia is likely not going to receive treatment again. She very much acts like her ED is "over" now that she had inpatient and she's cured.
Dan deleted his reddit account a few months back without warning/explanation. He was one who occassionally did address criticism on the subreddit (The main one not rantgrumps of course) and I think after he faced backlash (The "i'm sorry the truth has upset you" or whatever he said, incident) he gave up. He's been the most checked out for a couple years now.
Sort of. I don't have all of the details so you'll have better luck asking on the /r/rantgrumps subreddit but here's a quick rundown of something.
So, the GG were trying to promote a game they're making and to do so they completely faked unearthing some forgotten piece of gaming history, like flat out lied to make it seem like there was a real piece of gaming history being unearthed only to reveal it was just marketing. Some people reported them to the FCC for false advertisement for it. On top of that, they're promoting a book by saying it's written by "Arin's Uncle" but it's obviously Arin in a wig, and people hate the marketing for it, but they keep doing it.
The first one with the game is shitty and they managed to gain traction with gaming historians and history buffs that don't normally watch GG so it's kind of a big deal that blew up, the book mostly just no one cares about.
Again, check out the subreddit for better details about it but that's the only piece of controversy to come out in awhile. The rest is just the channel kinda sucking ass now.
Anyone know when their contracts are up? I mean, they're all rich, do any of them even want to be performers anymore? Maybe Jisoo would still want to act, and it'd be nice if Rose could find a label that would let her sing in her normal voice but they all look so....Done with this.
As for people mentioning they should encourage their fans not to buy them gifts, that all sounds well and good but it'd probably be worse if they refused to accept a gift brought to them in person by a fan. It'd be rude not to accept it even in western cultures so (pure speculation) it doesn't seem weird to me that they'd continue to accept them to make the fans happy.
BUT on that note: I get they're probably so sick of their own music by now but they really should always put in the effort for their fans. It's not the fans fault YG is awful. If you're bored of the normal choreography and have SO much free time, come up with something new, have a few different ideas you can bring to keep it fresh. Do something instead of...idk... Acting like this is your first time performing? I'd be really upset if I paid any kind of money to see them perform.
Is it weird to think people should be truthful of that? I mean if something happened one day where she became broke and couldn't afford hormones, the truth would've come out to her boyfriend/fiance in such a worse way than being honest when you get to a certain stage of the relationship, yknow? No hate, I don't have a lot of exposure to trans people where I live so there's genuinely a lot I don't know.
I don't think anyone should demonize Nikki for it, it can be dangerous, but I'm surprised she seemingly had no intentions of telling the one person she should've been able to trust most in her life.
Either way it doesn't affect me so I ultimately don't mind how people decide to live their lives, was just looking for more insight if that's okay.
I hope YG doesn't use this as an excuse to not give her a solo If they let her sing in her own voice it would've been beautiful. Unless she mistakenly thinks that's the only way her voice is marketable now.