Into The K-Pop World
For K-Pop Fans, Devotion Can Come at a High Price
As the huge queues at BTS’ London pop-up showed this week, merch matters. But keeping up appearances as a fan has its price.
Pop’s Embrace of Languages Besides English Feels Here to Stay
How acts from Rosalía, who sings her modern flamenco in Spanish, to K-pop groups show that English may not be pop's lingua franca forever.
Tiffany Young's "Over My Skin" Is a Rebirth, So We Asked Her About Everything
Tiffany captivated the world with K-pop supergroup Girls' Generation, and now it's time for her to take the throne back home in the USA with her new solo single.
K-Pop Group yyxy Just Released New Single with Grimes... Apparently
The four-piece K-pop group, who are part of a 12-piece K-pop group, appear without Grimes in the video for the song, and nobody's quite sure what the pop wunderkind's role is here. Still, it's a fun, sugary bit of pop.
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BTS Will Probably Have the Number One Album in America This Week
The K-pop band's latest album 'Love Yourself: Tear' is apparently challenging Post Malone's 'Beerbongs and Bentleys' for the top position on the Billboard 200.
How a Beat Made in a Bedroom in Canada Accidentally Sparked a K-Pop Smash
Evan Berard of Montreal scored millions of YouTube views when a production he made on a whim became the basis of EXO's single "Electric Kiss."
Take a Seat North America, It's Global Pop's Time to Shine
As BTS, the ‘Black Panther’ soundtrack, Bad Bunny, Charli XCX, and more show, we should be optimistic about a future where everything popular isn't in English.
BTS Get Desiigner, of All People, to Run Riot on Their "MIC Drop" Remix
More "git-git-git" for your "grrrrrrrr-AH!"
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
BTS Had an Extremely Good Night at the AMAs
The K-pop sensations made their US TV debut, performing "DNA."
You Need to Check Out 'BoJack Horseman,' 'IT,' and More This Weekend
Catch some waves, too—if you can avoid the evil clowns along the way.
Seo Taiji & Boys Pioneered Socially Conscious K-Pop for Groups Like BTS
BTS’s trajectory leads fans to seek deeper meaning in their music, just as Seo Taiji did 25 years ago.
Justin Trash Gets Comfortably Buck in The “NORAEBANG”
“My mans look like Goku."