Discussion in 'K-POP' started by Onion_Rings, May 27, 2017.
Wow people are hating on idols in the name of unpopular opinions..great ...
Are you giving an unpopular opinion or body shaming her
I said that I said.
J-hope is the prettiest in BTS, on par with V
no , idk how my taste is , good or bad
This is not an opinion ..you are being very rude ..
I was thinking the same thing recently. It's not even noticeable the bash thread has been closed for a month, the toxicity on the forum has been the same as it always is.
oh no, a stranger on the internet doesn’t like my opinion! whatever will I do...
Ella Gross will grow up to be the most beautiful female in korean entertainment.
I dont understand why kpop fans feel the need to swarm twitter posts that have nothing to do with them or their biases.
I just realized this is the wrong thread. whatever
where is your Sig from?
meghantheebitch Is a opp.
People these days are really categorizing all bad songs as experimental. Like dude thats not it, the songs bad simple
This whole... idk borderline edgy rap/hip-hop thing from the West really needs to stop in kpop because it just... no.
An idol doing problematic things would gather more attention than the same idol doing good things.
Sometimes, you don't need to know the lyrics to enjoy kpop music. But the song hits harder when you know the lyrics.
1. There's no such thing as overrated.
A group earned their fans fair and square. Even if they don't appeal to you, they clearly do to a lot of others and they earned each and every good review/fan. Just because it's not your taste doesn't mean it's overrated.
2. Groups should have between 4 and 8 members. 6 is optimal.
Too many members and the line distributions get too wonky. If you want a lot of members so the dances look cooler, use background dancers. Don't accept a poor or very average singer just because a dancer is needed.
3. Uneven line distribution is totally fine, as long as it's not ridiculous.
If a member can't sing as well as the others, I think it's totally fine to give them fewer lines. That being said, there's giving them fewer lines, and then there's stuff like BTS's Not Today with Jin. That is not okay.
4. This lipsync/overly loud backtrack stuff needs to stop, or at least lessen.
I get that dancing is super important in kpop, and that makes it harder to sing. That being said, it's incredibly hard to find a group now who doesn't lipsync/use a loud backtrack for practically every performance. I get it for stations like Mnet, where it's the station's policy, but I still want to hear the idol's live voice in their performances, even if they mess up a bit. It's actually refreshing to me to hear a breathy note or something because it means they're singing live. Only let the backtrack take over for the killing part of the dance, but actually sing the rest.
5. People need to stop acting like they're professional singers when rating idols' voices.
9 times out of 10, a person will throw around a bunch of technical terms when analyzing an idol's voice just to sound smart, when really they're some 14-year-old who doesn't have near the knowledge they're pretending to have when it comes to professional singing. I'm not saying you can't analyze a voice or say what you think, because even if you don't know the technical terms you can still know what you're talking about - after all, we all have ears, so you don't need to be a singer to tell if something sounds good/bad/strained/etc (same reason I hate the phrase a lot of artists say - "You can't draw, so you can't judge my art.") - just acknowledge you're not professionally trained.
6. You can be put off a group by the fans.
A lot of times, the whole experience is part of enjoying music. Toxic fans, which are unavoidable, no matter what some people try to say ("You're following the wrong people", etc), can 100% ruin the experience and poison your view of the artist. Let me clarify - by "poison you view of the artist" I don't mean toxic fans will make you think the artist is bad, but you'll constantly be reminded of the toxic fans when listening to the music, as the two are very closely associated. This can lessen the enjoyment, and sometimes someone won't want to stick with the artist because they don't have the energy or will to block/deal with all the toxic fans. That's totally valid in my opinion.
that vocal analysis dude that used to be on allkpop was a sham. it was all his personal opinion and had his biases. tristian paredes disagreed with his stuff and the guy went off.
when i say overrated, i mean the songs for me...just an opinion. the talents, etc. of each group i respect and will never demean or say the members themselves are overrated.
Most shippers are strange
Posting kpop fan cams makes locals hate kpop more