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BIBI releases bloody music video for new single ‘Animal Farm’

  • South Korean singer-songwriter BIBI dropped a new music video on Tuesday – her birthday – for her prerelease single “Animal Farm.”
  • The cinematic music video introduces BIBI’s character “Oh Geum-ji,” who was inspired by Park Chan-wook’s 2005 film “Lady Vengeance.”  
  • BIBI’s upcoming debut studio album “Noir: Lowlife Princess” will feature 12 tracks, a webtoon and more music videos in addition to “Animal Farm.”
  • Aside from music, BIBI is also slated to star in a noir film alongside “Vincenzo” actor Song Joong-ki.

South Korean singer-songwriter BIBI released her prerelease single “Animal Farm” and its music video on her birthday on Tuesday.

The song is a precursor of her forthcoming debut studio album “Noir: Lowlife Princess,” which will be released next month. BIBI teased the album title last month in an interview with NextShark, saying, “If I were to define this album’s genre in one word, it would be ‘noir.’ You’ll see me dive into different concepts and styles in my upcoming album 100%.”

BLACKPINK are ‘Born Pink’ in new album release and ‘Shut Down’ music video

  • K-pop girl group BLACKPINK released their second album “Born Pink” and the music video for the title track “Shut Down” on Friday.
  • The highly anticipated new album features eight songs: the title track “Shut Down,” prereleases “Pink Venom” and “Ready For Love” and newcomers “Typa Girl,” “Hard to Love,” “The Happiest Girl,” “Tally” and “Yeah Yeah Yeah,” with the last track notably crediting members Jisoo and Rosé.
  • The music video for “Shut Down” is packed with references to BLACKPINK’s past music videos, and netizens have been quick to try and find all of them.
  • BLACKPINK is set to embark on their world tour spanning seven months in over 25 cities, starting in Seoul in October.

K-pop girl group BLACKPINK have finally dropped their long-awaited second album “Born Pink” and the music video for the title track “Shut Down.”

“Shut Down” utilizes a sample of the violin solo “La campanella” by Italian composer Niccolò Paganini. The song’s music video, which YG Entertainment has called their most expensive one to date, is packed with references to BLACKPINK’s past music videos.

BLACKPINK makes comeback after almost 2 years with ‘Pink Venom’

  • K-pop superstars BLACKPINK dropped their highly anticipated comeback single “Pink Venom” on Friday.
  • “Pink Venom” is a pre-release for their upcoming “Born Pink” album in September and world tour starting in October.
  • YG Entertainment said the music video is their most expensive production to date.
  • The girl group will make their U.S. award show debut at the MTV Music Video Awards on Aug. 28 with a live performance of “Pink Venom.”

K-pop girl group BLACKPINK released their hotly anticipated comeback single “Pink Venom” on Friday.

The music video to the song, also uploaded to YouTube on Friday, has already racked up over 52 million views at the time of this writing.. 

Cuteness overload: Jay Chou’s 5-year-old son Romeo shines in his music video ‘debut’ via ‘Pink Ocean’

  • Taiwanese singer-songwriter Jay Chou released the music video for “Pink Ocean (粉色海洋)” on Aug. 15.
  • The video features his adorable 5-year-old son Romeo, who can be seen wearing sunglasses while enjoying the beaches of Australia.
  • Scenes of the boy strolling along the coasts of Rottnest Island are interspersed with clips of his father dancing and singing in the same beautiful scenery. 
  • Earlier this year, Romeo was discovered to be musically inclined like his father after his mother, 29-year-old actor Hannah Quinlivan, found him drawing musical notes. 

Jay Chou’s adorable 5-year-old son Romeo made his music video debut in style via “Pink Ocean (粉色海洋).” 

Fans of Taiwan’s “King of Mandopop” might have already suspected that the boy would appear in the video as his voice can be heard at the beginning of the song.

Tiger JK gives shows-off his ‘POV’ in new single and music video

  • Korean-American rapper Tiger JK dropped his new single and music video “POV” on Tuesday.
  • The track is penned by the rapper and composed by Feel Ghood Music’s in-house producer Zoey Cho, who has worked on other hits like Bibi’s “I’m good at goodbyes” in 2020.
  • Chicago based artist Jarvis Kim, who went viral via Simu Liu’s social media shoutout for his “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” artwork, created the album cover art for “POV.”
  • Tiger JK founded Feel Ghood Music in 2013, and is a founding member of the Korean hip-hop group Drunken Tiger.

Feel Ghood Music founder Tiger JK released his new single and music video “POV” on Tuesday. 

In a press release from Feel Ghood Music, the Korean American rapper’s latest track is described as “a multi-layered reflection on the dichotomy between the past and the current loves of one’s life – all to the deep 808s of hip hop trap, lush synths, and the soulful background vocals of R&B singer Twlv.” 

Benny Blanco collaborates with BTS and Snoop Dogg in new single ‘Bad Decisions’

  • Producer Benny Blanco dropped his new collaborative track “Bad Decisions” with BTS and Snoop Dogg on Friday.
  • The song features BTS members Jungkook, Jimin, V and Jin, and the music video centers around Blanco ecstatically preparing for a BTS concert.
  • Blanco is a well-documented Army, having worked with the septet before on a medley remix of their hit songs “Fake Love,” “Life Goes On” and “Blood Sweat and Tears.”
  • Multiple BTS members' involvement with the track makes it their first semi-group project since announcing their group hiatus to focus on solo activities back in June.

Producer Benny Blanco made a good decision to collaborate with BTS and Snoop Dogg in his newly released single “Bad Decisions.” 

In the comedic music video for the song, Blanco is an Army spending the day preparing for an upcoming BTS concert, only to arrive at the venue a day early. In real life, Blanco did in fact attend BTS’ Las Vegas “Permission to Dance” concert.

Rina Sawayama is trapped in a time loop in new music video for ‘Hold the Girl’

  • Japanese British singer Rina Sawayama released her new music video “Hold The Girl” yesterday.
  • The song’s title is taken from her upcoming album, due out on Sept. 16.
  • In a press release, Sawayama says she wrote the song after having a revelation in therapy.
  • The song is a follow up of her previous single releases this year, such as “This Hell” and “Catch Me In The Air.”
  • She is slated to headline her U.S. tour throughout November, starting in New York and finishing in Los Angeles.

Japanese British singer Rina Sawayama dropped a new music video on Wednesday titled “Hold the Girl,” which shares the name of her upcoming album. 

Directed by Ali Kurr, who also recently worked on Sawayama’s “This Hell,” the music video has the artist trapped in a time loop and stuck in a 19th-century farmhouse until she manages to break out.

Hold on, ‘Time Out’: Stray Kids release surprise single and new music video

  • K-pop boy group Stray Kids dropped a new music video for their surprise single “Time Out” on Sunday.
  • The track marked the conclusion of “2022 STAYweeK,” the group’s week-long fan event that celebrated the fourth anniversary of their fandom and its official name, STAY.
  • Stray Kids recently wrapped up their recent world tour, “Maniac,” which was named after the lead song off their March mini-album “Oddinary.”
  • The group will be a headline performer at KCON LA 2022 later this month.

Fans of K-pop boy group Stray Kids were treated to a new music video for “Time Out,” the group’s surprise single released on Sunday.

The music video is the conclusion of the JYP Entertainment group’s “2022 STAYweeK” fan event to celebrate the fourth anniversary of their fandom and its official name, STAY, which was created on Aug. 1, 2018. Throughout the week, the group shared previously unreleased behind-the-scenes content and hosted live streams, among others. 

Rina Sawayama fearlessly line dances down the aisle in new music video for her single ‘This Hell’

  • Japanese British artist Rina Sawayama is accompanied by an entourage of cowboy hat-wearing dancers at a Western-themed wedding celebration and afterparty in the new music video for her single "This Hell."  
  • First unveiled last month, “This Hell” is the lead single off of Sawayama’s sophomore album “Hold That Girl,” which releases on Sept 2.

Japanese British artist Rina Sawayama is accompanied by an entourage of cowboy hat-wearing dancers at a Western-themed wedding celebration and afterparty in the new Ali Kurr-directed music video for her single “This Hell.”  

First unveiled last month, “This Hell” is the lead single off of Sawayama’s sophomore album “Hold That Girl,” which releases on Sept 2. The glitzy blend of pop and country proudly celebrates communal expression and defiance in the face of oppression. The music video dropped on Wednesday.

New Beijing Winter Olympics English-language song draws mixed reactions online

olympics join us song
  • China has unveiled a new music video for the 2022 Winter Olympics featuring popular singer Zeng Shunxi, journalist Lu Binqi and rap group CDRev.
  • The song “Join Us in Winter” promotes positivity and sportsmanship among participants.
  • While the video has earned praise from Chinese social media users on Weibo, it sparked ridicule from some international viewers on Twitter.

A new promotional song for the Beijing Winter Olympics has received both praise and ridicule from viewers online. 

State news agency Xinhua uploaded the music video for “Join Us in Winter” this week on Weibo, where it received positive reactions and comments from Chinese social media users, reported the New York Post