She has potential. But she is not getting younger and by the time her contract with YG ends, she will be too old to make it big in the west. She...
It means that BTS released "I need you" as rookies? For me they stoped being rookies somewhere between "Boy in luv" and "Danger". Which is a year...
If that makes BTS happy... but personally I don't want it.
It makes no sense. I think they debuted later in year, like November 2018 but still at this point April 2020 both groups are no longer rookies.
No. And it kind of makes 2 year rule ridiculous. Thank you.:giftr:
No, just overworked.
I think so too. It seems reasonable. :yesr:
So if group debuted in April 2020 they are considered rookies until April 2022. Even if they have let's just say 6+ comebacks?
Asking for opinions.
Is it always 2 years for rookies? Or it depends for you?
For me personally it depends on number of comebacks.
other then that it's girl groups, music is much better and girls are beautiful.
OP. Once again as long as I know this is single not an album. Please correct your thread title.
It's music bank so it's about physicals over digitals. If it was about digitals this would be between Itzy and BTS.
Yepp, it's always emotional. But Jurina was literal baby when her career started so seeing her winning was really special. She deserved it 100%
She achieved so much. I really can't believe she is like 23. So young. :waterr:
Jurina is a Legend.
They should be nicer. But the dude is fat clout chaser. There is no reason to call him pig, it does not change a fact he is fat. Unfortunately...
YOUR SANA SIGNATURE IS SO BEAUTIFUL. I love it <3
It's album or single, because there is difference. Change title it's misleading.
Halsey benefited more then BTS because some part of ARMY fandom insist to give clout for free. :annoyedk: She released her own project not long...