Profound Thoughts: Ga In Is To Miryo’s “Queen” As Nicki Minaj Is To Madonna’s “B*tch I’m Madonna”

Brown Eyed Girls‘ Miryo made a solo comeback with MV for new song, “Queen,” which features her groupmate Ga In. I’m not too excited about this song and video, but did anyone else notice that Ga In didn’t even bother to show up on set for Miryo‘s MV? I mean damn, at least Nicki Minaj sent a video recording over. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, and Google+ Continue reading Profound Thoughts: Ga In Is To Miryo’s “Queen” As Nicki Minaj Is To Madonna’s “B*tch I’m Madonna”

Netizens Flip Their Lid Over Jaebeom’s Middle Finger….I Can Give Them 13 Reason Why They Need to Get Over It

On February 3rd Jay Park (aka Jaebeom) took to his Instagram and posted the above photo, and netizens were on him, like white on rice!! They were complaining of course about the fact that he was flipping the bird, giving the one finger salute, flipping off the camera…holding-up-his-middle-finger. The next day he took to his something a wrote an apology: “Anyway, I can’t satisfy everyone … Continue reading Netizens Flip Their Lid Over Jaebeom’s Middle Finger….I Can Give Them 13 Reason Why They Need to Get Over It

Who Wore It Better?: Dara vs. Soo Young vs. Miryo

This edition of “Who Wore It Better?” is a battle of the girl group members with 2ne1’s Dara, Girls’ Generation’s Soo Young, and Brown Eyed Girls’ rapper Miryo all wearing the same fuzzy cut out sweater from the Jeremy Scott Fall/Winter 2011 Collection. Dara wore the sweater for 2ne1’s Go Away (Japanese Version) promotional photos, Soo Young wore it for Girls’ Generation’s “The Boys” MV … Continue reading Who Wore It Better?: Dara vs. Soo Young vs. Miryo

Review: “La Di Da Di”

Song: La Di Da Di Artist: Cross Gene Let me start by explaining the meaning of their group name. Cross Gene is supposed to stand for “Cross the superior genes of each country to create the perfect group.” Which means since this is a multi-cultural group they took they best aspects of each country that members come from to create a group that stands out from … Continue reading Review: “La Di Da Di”