Spoiler alert: There’s going to be a lot of booty.
South Korea’s pop music scene has been out-popping ours for years. Time to get on board!
English-speaking countries don’t have a monopoly on great music. Sample some amazing tunes from Chile, Hong Kong, South Korea, Brazil, Angola, and more.
Here are some of the year’s most memorable videos that were not “Blurred Lines” or parodies of “Blurred Lines.”
And headed straight for global domination, 2014.
Here are the year’s catchiest, most addictive tunes from both pop’s biggest icons and the superstars of tomorrow.
It’s called Niliria and it’s incredible.
Korean band Big Bang’s rapper G-Dragon has been known for his outrageous hair colors. I can see why. His hair has gone through all the colors of the rainbow.
Catch up on the month’s best songs, albums, and moments with new music by Daft Punk, Jai Paul, Phoenix, Fall Out Boy, and more.
“미치GO M/V” is more proof that no one makes better (or weirder) videos than G-Dragon.
The breakout hit “Gangnam Style” drew a lot of attention to K-Pop this year, but it wasn’t the only awesome song to come out of South Korea. Here are 11 hits you may have missed, and one you probably didn’t.
The most innovative, clever, beautiful, and bonkers clips of the year.
South Korean rapper G-DRAGON is kinda like an effeminate Eminem, and his new song is called “CRAYON.” As in, “get your cray on.”