Discussion in 'Asian Entertainment' started by Cutie888, Jun 29, 2017.
1 December 2020 :
LIẾC MẮT ĐƯA TÌNH - K-ICM FT. LENA (MV này rất mlem mlem) :
4 December 2020 :
FRESHLYRC ft. GTM x LIL' KANI - TÍCH TỊCH TÌNH TANG (Official Music Video) :
20 December 2020 :
SƠN TÙNG M-TP | CHÚNG TA CỦA HIỆN TẠI | OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO :
20 December 2020 :
SGO48 – ‘River’ (Official Music Video) featuring Ma Ran Đô and ToofP (ToofP is a member of the number 1 Vietnamese boy band UNI5) :
The dress of the Vietnamese Idol girl band SGO48 looks like a dress of the K-pop girl band Blackpink :
Did SGO48 plagiarized Blackpink ?
ToofP (ToofP is a member of the number 1 Vietnamese boy band UNI5) already appeared in the following Vietnamese music video :
15 September 2020 :
UNI5 | NÓI DỐI CẢ THẾ GIỚI VÌ EM | Official MV :
Ma Ran Đô
Ma Ran Đô already appeared in the following Vietnamese gay music video :
3 September 2020 :
TÌNH NÀO KHÔNG NHƯ TÌNH ĐẦU | TRUNG QUÂN | Official Music Video :
So this is basically the new strategy of SGO48 to become more popular by bringing the UNI5 fandom and the LGBT fandom with the inclusion of those male artists.
This were my only favorite V-pop song. Love Warning from Third Kamikaze. The song were very cute. Please, listen to this!
That is not a V-pop song but a T-pop song.
Thank you for reminding me! I just realized that.
I like this featuring, instrumental, and MV
By the way, thank you for sharing V-Pop songs!
The following Vietnamese music video features Liz Kim Cương who was a member of the former Vietnamese girl band LIME :
15 December 2020 :
BỨC BÌNH PHONG | TRỊNH THĂNG BÌNH | OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO :
The story of this music video is an adaptation of the Vietnamese poem "The Tale of Kiều" which is based the seventeenth-century Chinese novel "The Tale of Jin".
The songs sounds similar to the 2 following Chinese song of Jay Chou :
10 December 2012 :
周杰倫 Jay Chou【紅塵客棧 Hong-Chen-Ke-Zhan】Official MV :
25 March 2013 :
Jay Chou 周杰倫【青花瓷 Blue and White Porcelain】-Official Music Video :
Is this plagiarism ?
18 December 2020 :
OFFICIAL MV - LO XA - TIEN TIEN :
I'm not surprise if this is true.
21 December 2020 :
X2X BAND | ĐỜI VUI LẮM EM ƠI | OFFICIAL TRAILER :
23 December 2020 :
[XMAS official MV] GỬI ÔNG GIÀ NOEL - Super9 / Hannie / Luna... :
23 December 2020 :
Daddy Êy ! | Suzie | MV Visualizer :
24 December 2020 :
TRANG YUE ft B RAY | THƯƠNG ANH | Official MV :
The visuals are mesmerizingly beautiful.
24 December 2020 :
Giá Như - Chillies (Official Music Video) :
The former number 1 Vietnamese group 365daband is back :
25 December 2020 :
365DABAND | TRẠNG TÍ | OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO :
This song is so catchy.
This explains everything. This might also explains why Jo Young-Ju has nearly all her videos linked to RBW on her Youtube channel put on private mode or deleted.
The only music videos from Vietnamese groups who managed to make more than 100 millions views are from the Vietnamese boy band 365daband and the Vietnamese boy band X2X both of them having traditional Vietnamese elements :
27 June 2016 : More than 484 million views and it is the most viewed Vietnamese music video :
365DABAND - BỐNG BỐNG BANG BANG | OFFICIAL MV (TẤM CÁM: CHUYỆN CHƯA KỂ OST) :
16 September 2019 : More than 149 million views :
CÔ THẮM KHÔNG VỀ | Phát Hồ x JokeS Bii x Sinike ft. DinhLong | Official Music Video :
From all the Vietnamese groups, they made the most views after 365daband in Vietnamese music history. As you can see, the quality of this music video of X2X is low, they have no dance sequence, only a simple story with traditional Vietnamese instrument sounds mixed with modern music. That is what the Vietnamese public like. Their other music videos got tens of million views. If RBW wants to make D1Verse come-back, they should add more traditional Vietnamese elements in their next music video.
The Vietnamese company TNT Production (the company who manages the Vietnamese boy band Zero 9 which is now called Super 9) has released a video on 4 December 2020 where they announced that they will work with the Korean company BY-U Entertainment to create a new girl band with members from South Korea, Japan and Vietnam.
BYU CASTING CALL GIRLS-GROUP | Các bạn nữ ơi! Chúng ta hãy mau đi Hàn Quốc cùng nhau nhé! :
New Girl Group Audition :
-From 18 to 22 years old (Foreigners can apply)
-Those who do not have reasons
for disqualification in overseas activities and broadcasting activities
-Preferred talent with trainee experience
Member composition plan
-3 Korean members (Main Vocal, Sub Vocal, Rap)
-1~2 members (sub vocal, rap)
-1~2 members (sub vocal, rap)
-Vocal / Rap / Dance
-1st: December 1 ~ 25 -Document screening
-Individual announcement of successful candidates on January 4, 2020
-Final audition: January 16-17, 2021, 2 days
Required documents and files
Fill out the audition application form
(total of 3 or more including the upper body and the whole body *application photo not allowed)
-2 song videos (one for each dance and ballad)
-1 dance video
This sounds like a disaster. Didn't TNT said Zero9 were to add three korean members to Zero9 two years ago? They did add three members, but they tried to disguise themselves as korean, but they were vietnamese in the end lol.
Had a more serious company like St.319, 6thSense and Dreams attempted such a endevour, I would have been more intrigued. But a guy that is behind one of the biggest laughing stock in Vpop gives me zero hope.
lol, It might be even more harder to have even more members disguised as Vietnamese. I'm really curious to see the results and those "Korean" and "Japanese" members in a few weeks. At least, they can't choose to include Jo Young-Ju or Shin Jin Ju as they are older than 24 years old. The weirdest thing is that there is only a video in Vietnamese, not in Korean or Japanese.
I have just watched the following Youtube video :
I purposely auditioned for scam KPOP companies...so you don't have to :
This is pretty scary to hear that Brazilians girls having been scammed to go to a "K-pop audition" in South Korea and when they arrived there, their passport was confiscated and they were forced into prostitution by their "managers".
And by knowing that a lot of Korean men want Vietnamese women because Korean women reject them...
I don't know why but the announcement feels scammy.
This feels a bit frightening by thinking about that.
That form is in Japanese, not Korean despite the #KOREA #KPOP hashtags.
It is probably for the so-called Japanese application for the "Japanese" members of this K-pop group. Let's not forget the writing errors on the application that make it looks really unprofessional.
I wonder why TNT is pulling off all these ideas. Why does it have to be him doing these stuff? When other more respectable companies, St.319, 6thS and Dreams would get people more excited. How he even managed to get Zero9 on Soribada Awards....
Does high views automatically makes a artist or a group successful? Take for example Chillies and DaLab. Their videos have higher views than UNI5. But I barely see them anywhere in viet entertainment. While UNI5 is actually very active on promoting themselves.
I first though that there was some money involved under the table to make this happen but I don't know how TNT Production got enough money to do this by knowing that they are not a very successful company.
UNI5 has a eye candy members which might probably help them partially a bit more to appear more on Vietnamese game shows than Chillies and DaLab who don't have eye candy members as UNI5.
If artist X promote 100 times and artist X have less views on his music videos than artist Y who has only promoted 10 times than by just looking at the numbers, we could generally consider that artist Y is more successful than artist X no matter if artist Y promoted less than artist X.
Then the views can also be cheated as people change their IP address to give more views on the video. The number of views and the number of subscribers are ways to help us mesure the success of a group and the sales that give money to the group are another way of measuring the success of a group. You also need to take in account the budget and cost of the group.
26 December 2020 :
Jack | Đom Đóm | Official Music Video :
In two days, the Vietnamese boy band X2X is going to release their new music video which is going to be a very different genre than their previous music videos.
Yeah1! who manages SGO48 should have never released their music video "River" at the end of December because all the big releases of popular artists such as M-TP, Jack and X2X will give SGO48 little to no chance to shine in popularity.
What happened to the Vietnamese girl band Usagi managed by TNT Production ?
I loved the cute feminine voices of Usagi (their voice is even more cuter than the Vietnamese Idol girl band Niji Universe Inc.), they are more appealing than the voices of SGO48 who are not cute and sound too manly due to their low notes. The concept of Usagi was cute J-pop Idol style.
At least UNI5 I think is making some money out of promoting individually. That might explain why they are still active as a group and don't seem to disband anytime soon. But 6thS must get them CF and attach some domestic brands to them. Like Tiki, Shopee or the cell phones brand VSmart.
Chillies and DaLab don't have big fanbase. Judging from the low amount of comments on their most viewed videos, I suspect the general audience just like their releases, but don't follow the group. Unlike UNI5, that has a strong following.
I suspect the remaining Usagi members will be added to TNT's hybrid group..
Never thought vietnamese girl visuals have so much in common with the other EA girls