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K-Pop songs that sound better after changing the pitch [Male Edition]

By AllK_Maknae   Tuesday, March 14, 2017   113,677   2,336   59
K-Pop songs that sound better after changing the pitch [Male Edition]
K-Pop songs are already considered masterpieces on their own, but have you ever wondered how it may sound if a male or female sang a version of the original? No reason to wait around any longer when you can take a listen to these amazing pitch-changed versions! Check out this awesome list of girl group songs that were transformed by their male versions.



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CBA Thursday, March 16, 2017

They all sound like Kim Yongchul to me, I couldn't stop laughing

DaebakBea Wednesday, March 15, 2017

EXID; Ladies Code; Dal Shabet       YASS! Come to me!

HogooKang Wednesday, March 15, 2017

tbh, most of them sound really weird especially the cute songs like "TT" or "Very Very Very"

BlingerJ95 Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Most of these are clearly edited woman's voices. They don't sound good at all. But if you try hard you can get a feeling of how a male cover would be.

Nakuya Wednesday, March 15, 2017

That's a pre bold title. Tbh I like the originals more.

sarang_heyooo Wednesday, March 15, 2017

The lower pitched songs sound more plausible as male voice but the higher pitched ones (see female ver. of this article) just sound like chipmunks lol

nickybaenim Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Well, I didn't hear any difference in RV's song. It sounds as the original version.

Wang_delulu_D nickybaenim Friday, April 7, 2017

It's because you have gone deaf from old age halmeoni

Chrysantheneum Wednesday, March 15, 2017

I really like the A~ing!

TWICElove Wednesday, March 15, 2017

AKP is twice hater, haha, does they even know what thrice mean??? thrice=twice hater.

MidnightAtarian TWICElove Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Thrice is also another way of saying there's that.

TWICElove MidnightAtarian Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Don't tell me they don't know what thrice mean, bcs they definitely know, see what akp always put negative news about twice.

kruton TWICElove Wednesday, March 15, 2017

lol when AKP puts nice stuff about Twice, armies attack AKP. Now, just saying thrice makes people like you freak out... I"m a big Twice fan but had no idea Thrice meant Twice hater. You are literally crazy and its people like you that I always see spreading negativity and hate..

TWICElove kruton Wednesday, March 15, 2017

What? are you seriously??? then you must not a hardcord once, how come you don't know thrice means twice hater????#JYP는_아티스트를_보호해라 #JYP請保護你旗下的藝人 #JYP_Please_protect_your_artist #JYP_アーティストを_保護しなさい

exoapink4tw kruton Wednesday, March 15, 2017

If Armies attack AKP when they talk nice about Twice, then it's the Armies' fault. However, you not knowing Thrice equates a Twice hater means that you're not very well-versed in the fandom. Please don't use your judgments from ignorance to call invested ONCEs "literally crazy" or "spreading negativity and hate." Here AKP is at fault for mentioning wanting a group named Thrice. There's no other way about it.

kruton exoapink4tw Thursday, March 16, 2017

+TWICElove Yes, I'm not a hardcore fan, but still a big fan of Twice. Anyways, I'm not saying all invested ONCE's are crazy. I'm saying ONCE's who spread hate and negativity are crazy just based on AKP saying they could make a group called Thrice. Also, TWICElove said AKP never puts nice things about Twice, but they do, A LOT. That's the only reason I put my commenet about armies blah blah blah. But yeah, people like you are *literally crazy* because you assume EVERYONE knows what a Thrice is. The article writer probably put "thrice" because it comes after Twice.... fans are named Once. Once, Twice, Thrice... It makes *PERFECT* sense why they put thrice. Stop viewing it only one way. It's the fact that ONCE's like you refuse to see this from another perspective that makes you crazy.

exoapink4tw kruton Thursday, March 16, 2017

I understand perfectly how the author may have come to the conclusion of "Thrice," but that's just it - they're ignorant. I'm not sure if we're "crazy" but it does piss us off a lot when people who are not "qualified" to talk about the fandom, for example the author of this article and yourself, continue to talk and don't apologize for speaking from ignorance. And it's not a fact that ONCEs don't see where you may be coming from, but that we do see and that we have to suffer your ignorance. "Thrice" being Twice haters is the way things ARE, it's the reality. The fault with AKP is they're letting some not-well-versed author pen the article and that they've not apologized nor changed it. In the same way that if I taught a person that a 10kg ball and a 1kg ball would fall at the same rate, I wouldn't blame them for not knowing. I would, however, fault them for taking their presumptions out there and not apologizing thereafter. It's the fact that netizens like yourself lack a proper reasoning process that makes us appear crazy or spread negativity and hate.

kruton exoapink4tw Friday, March 17, 2017

Normally I would agree with you, but this situation is different in my opinion. Knowing the term "Thrice" falls on a VERY small portion of the population, and it's still probably small among Kpop fans that don't fully invest their time into it. Ignorance like this shouldn't constantly be apologized for, or else the entire world would be in a non-stop flurry of saying "sorry." Following up on your example with the 10kg and 1kg ball. It's strange that someone would have to apologize for assuming these balls would fall at different rates. Once they see it happen, at most I would expect "Oh! OK interesting." I don't think it's necessary to say "my apologies" after realizing the balls fall at the same rate. Could they say it? Sure, but not necessary by any means. I'm not necessarily talking about the fandom as a "qualified" person, but I am speaking of individuals that seem to spread negativity on a perfectly innocent mistake/comment. I think it's more understandable that a dedicated ONCE understand that the article author wrote the Thrice comment out of similarity, not hate for Twice. It's much more reasonable for the population to see "Thrice" as a follow up of Twice, rather than anything else. Saying this, I don't think the author needs to apologize, but rather ONCE need to have more understanding of the general population, and that the majority doesn't necessarily need to follow the strict rules of a very small minority. I really enjoy BTS, Twice, Black Pink, old school stuff, etc, but I don't force an apology from someone when they say they don't like a certain group or say negative things about them. The only time I would probably feel bad about it is if someone just straight up said "Twice is talentless trash." That person has no right to judge so harshly, so then I would demand an apology.

exoapink4tw kruton Saturday, March 18, 2017

When somebody commits a wrong, for example, if you use a hand signal which is interpreted negatively in another country/cultyre than one (s) you're used to, you don't say "I didn't know, so I'm not going to apologize." It's the same thing here (and the "small population part" is applicable to all the same if we compare to little-populated countries, small religions, etc...). I understand that it's a perfectly reasonable "follow-up," but if you cause offense because of this ignorance, you say "I didn't know. I apologize." If the intent wasn't malicious, then at that point you've done your due diligence. As with my ball example, you don't seem to have seen my point. I wouldn't blame someone for assuming they might fall at different rates but when you go out and spread it as if it were fact, then there's a problem. Then, of course I denounce those who would spread unnecessary negativity, but it's perfectly reasonable that we demand an edit and apology from AKP.

shubhajan Wednesday, March 15, 2017

i love twices one!!

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