Chrome Entertainment's boy group K-Much dropped their debut MV for "Good to Go" earlier this month, and they recently sat down with Sports DongA to talk about their group name as well as their labelmates Crayon Pop.
On their name "K-Much" (Translation: Snakehead), member Loki said, "Of course, I felt averse to it. I told my parents, and they cried. They must have been really upset. However, as time passed, I got used to and attached to the name 'Snakehead.' I'm sure that as we diligently promote, the public will ease into the name. We will make it that way."
Kiu also mentioned their sunbae group, Crayon Pop: "Crayon Pop sunbaes are our guides, and our role models. They are the ones who blazed the trail for us. If it weren't for them, I wonder if we would have received this much interest even before our debut."
G.LOW said, "However, as we are becoming more recognized, a certain stereotype seems to be appearing too. Most people don't even watch our performances and think of us as Crayon Pop imitators, which makes me upset sometimes. I think it is something we need to overcome no matter what."
They also talked about how their title song "Good to Go" might be based on Crayon Pop's "Bar Bar Bar", but it was produced to have a more masculine sound. The members even wear tough-looking uniforms for the performances. Interestingly, though, Bornus revealed that they were originally going to wear various costumes that might even have snakehead figures on them. To their relief, Crayon Pop asked the chief to make the group look cool, which is how they got to wear tough uniforms instead.