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KOREAN MUSIC TO GO GLOBAL
Posted 2/11/09
sorry to the fans, I agree with all of you who think that this idea ain't going nowhere.
They can be accepted in developing countries but NOT in the develop western countries who created hip hop, dance music, rock and roll, blues, jazz etc. The west got better singers of their own with better voice range.
I guess they would be accepted by a certain niche group i.e: anime lovers, asians who reside in the west, people with asian fever etc.
K-pops and American pops are too similar in term of beats, no offense..if they want to make it in the west, they need to offer something original that americans/europeans have never heard.

Ringo_seijin: Americans like deep voice not cute and soft..so I don't think the girls have a chance to make it either.

But hey,, miracle happens.

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Posted 2/11/09 , edited 2/11/09
I'm worried if it's in the U.S. But I will support some of them~

I mean Hip hop and genres close to that rule the west. I agree with post above that people like strong voices. I haven't seen much boy bands but I bet they don't have handsome feminine features like DBSK.

I've seen a lot of impersonations directed toward Asians and it's not light stuff it's really rude. People have no respect for another person's likes. Most of the U.S is close minded. I've confirmed it by hearing many people laugh at my like for Asian music and scrunch up their faces. People didn't even know Play stations were in France.

But who knows maybe this will work and people will open up to many things. I mean most of us did, why can't they?
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Posted 2/12/09
for me its okay
yes, youre right they dont know a lot of english, some ppl might discriminate them or .. the lyrics cant be understood..
for me anythings possible, those singers have talents so why not.. i liked them so why cant the whole world or at least many ppl in this world.

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Posted 2/12/09
NO OFFENCE:or racism


thats the truth
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Posted 2/12/09

aramar wrote:

sorry to the fans, I agree with all of you who think that this idea ain't going nowhere.
They can be accepted in developing countries but NOT in the develop western countries who created hip hop, dance music, rock and roll, blues, jazz etc. The west got better singers of their own with better voice range.
I guess they would be accepted by a certain niche group i.e: anime lovers, asians who reside in the west, people with asian fever etc.
K-pops and American pops are too similar in term of beats, no offense..if they want to make it in the west, they need to offer something original that americans/europeans have never heard.

Ringo_seijin: Americans like deep voice not cute and soft..so I don't think the girls have a chance to make it either.

But hey,, miracle happens.



yeah, americans like the low-tone powerhouse vocals.
WG can do low-tones and in fact, their low-tones are way better than their high tones. i dont know why jyp didnt let them sing any more low-tone songs after irony.
but yes, there's still alot of room for improvement if they wanna snatch the market from people like Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey and even Britney Spears.
Posted 2/12/09

ringo_seijin wrote:


aramar wrote:

sorry to the fans, I agree with all of you who think that this idea ain't going nowhere.
They can be accepted in developing countries but NOT in the develop western countries who created hip hop, dance music, rock and roll, blues, jazz etc. The west got better singers of their own with better voice range.
I guess they would be accepted by a certain niche group i.e: anime lovers, asians who reside in the west, people with asian fever etc.
K-pops and American pops are too similar in term of beats, no offense..if they want to make it in the west, they need to offer something original that americans/europeans have never heard.

Ringo_seijin: Americans like deep voice not cute and soft..so I don't think the girls have a chance to make it either.

But hey,, miracle happens.



yeah, americans like the low-tone powerhouse vocals.
WG can do low-tones and in fact, their low-tones are way better than their high tones. i dont know why jyp didnt let them sing any more low-tone songs after irony.
but yes, there's still alot of room for improvement if they wanna snatch the market from people like Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey and even Britney Spears.


Americans and other western people like strong powerful voice with wide range vocals like 5 octaves or somethin'. If any of them can sing like Charice and in English, there might be a chance for them to appear in national TV such as Ellen show.
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Posted 2/12/09 , edited 2/12/09

aramar wrote:


ringo_seijin wrote:


aramar wrote:

sorry to the fans, I agree with all of you who think that this idea ain't going nowhere.
They can be accepted in developing countries but NOT in the develop western countries who created hip hop, dance music, rock and roll, blues, jazz etc. The west got better singers of their own with better voice range.
I guess they would be accepted by a certain niche group i.e: anime lovers, asians who reside in the west, people with asian fever etc.
K-pops and American pops are too similar in term of beats, no offense..if they want to make it in the west, they need to offer something original that americans/europeans have never heard.

Ringo_seijin: Americans like deep voice not cute and soft..so I don't think the girls have a chance to make it either.

But hey,, miracle happens.



yeah, americans like the low-tone powerhouse vocals.
WG can do low-tones and in fact, their low-tones are way better than their high tones. i dont know why jyp didnt let them sing any more low-tone songs after irony.
but yes, there's still alot of room for improvement if they wanna snatch the market from people like Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey and even Britney Spears.


Americans and other western people like strong powerful voice with wide range vocals like 5 octaves or somethin'. If any of them can sing like Charice and in English, there might be a chance for them to appear in national TV such as Ellen show.


hmm... so you think that BoA's venture into the US market is also a futile attempt?
i mean, she definitely doesnt have those 'strong powerful voice' and neither does she has wide range vocals of 5 octaves.
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i dont think americans are going to respect asian singers
the guy in the middle must be whipped
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btw the ppl in the pic r miley cyrus n her friends
Posted 2/12/09

hime_chama wrote:


aramar wrote:


ringo_seijin wrote:


aramar wrote:

sorry to the fans, I agree with all of you who think that this idea ain't going nowhere.
They can be accepted in developing countries but NOT in the develop western countries who created hip hop, dance music, rock and roll, blues, jazz etc. The west got better singers of their own with better voice range.
I guess they would be accepted by a certain niche group i.e: anime lovers, asians who reside in the west, people with asian fever etc.
K-pops and American pops are too similar in term of beats, no offense..if they want to make it in the west, they need to offer something original that americans/europeans have never heard.

Ringo_seijin: Americans like deep voice not cute and soft..so I don't think the girls have a chance to make it either.

But hey,, miracle happens.



yeah, americans like the low-tone powerhouse vocals.
WG can do low-tones and in fact, their low-tones are way better than their high tones. i dont know why jyp didnt let them sing any more low-tone songs after irony.
but yes, there's still alot of room for improvement if they wanna snatch the market from people like Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey and even Britney Spears.


Americans and other western people like strong powerful voice with wide range vocals like 5 octaves or somethin'. If any of them can sing like Charice and in English, there might be a chance for them to appear in national TV such as Ellen show.


hmm... so you think that BoA's venture into the US market is also a futile attempt?
i mean, she definitely doesnt have those 'strong powerful voice' and neither does she has wide range vocals of 5 octaves.



guess it also depends on luck and good song. Britney doesn't have a strong voice either ( not that soft compared to some east asian singers)...but in general, people doesn't like soft, cute, girly voices...there is always an exception though.
I heard BoA US single, you can't really hear her voice cause it sounds electronic or somethin'
I think Utada Hikaru tried to break into the US market right? Is she still making an english album?
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Posted 2/12/09 , edited 2/12/09

hime_chama wrote:


aramar wrote:


ringo_seijin wrote:


aramar wrote:

sorry to the fans, I agree with all of you who think that this idea ain't going nowhere.
They can be accepted in developing countries but NOT in the develop western countries who created hip hop, dance music, rock and roll, blues, jazz etc. The west got better singers of their own with better voice range.
I guess they would be accepted by a certain niche group i.e: anime lovers, asians who reside in the west, people with asian fever etc.
K-pops and American pops are too similar in term of beats, no offense..if they want to make it in the west, they need to offer something original that americans/europeans have never heard.

Ringo_seijin: Americans like deep voice not cute and soft..so I don't think the girls have a chance to make it either.

But hey,, miracle happens.



yeah, americans like the low-tone powerhouse vocals.
WG can do low-tones and in fact, their low-tones are way better than their high tones. i dont know why jyp didnt let them sing any more low-tone songs after irony.
but yes, there's still alot of room for improvement if they wanna snatch the market from people like Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey and even Britney Spears.


Americans and other western people like strong powerful voice with wide range vocals like 5 octaves or somethin'. If any of them can sing like Charice and in English, there might be a chance for them to appear in national TV such as Ellen show.


hmm... so you think that BoA's venture into the US market is also a futile attempt?
i mean, she definitely doesnt have those 'strong powerful voice' and neither does she has wide range vocals of 5 octaves.


boa has her tomboyish dancing
rather than hip-swinging boob-popping ass-slap dances
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Posted 2/13/09

aramar wrote:


hime_chama wrote:


aramar wrote:


ringo_seijin wrote:


aramar wrote:

sorry to the fans, I agree with all of you who think that this idea ain't going nowhere.
They can be accepted in developing countries but NOT in the develop western countries who created hip hop, dance music, rock and roll, blues, jazz etc. The west got better singers of their own with better voice range.
I guess they would be accepted by a certain niche group i.e: anime lovers, asians who reside in the west, people with asian fever etc.
K-pops and American pops are too similar in term of beats, no offense..if they want to make it in the west, they need to offer something original that americans/europeans have never heard.

Ringo_seijin: Americans like deep voice not cute and soft..so I don't think the girls have a chance to make it either.

But hey,, miracle happens.



yeah, americans like the low-tone powerhouse vocals.
WG can do low-tones and in fact, their low-tones are way better than their high tones. i dont know why jyp didnt let them sing any more low-tone songs after irony.
but yes, there's still alot of room for improvement if they wanna snatch the market from people like Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey and even Britney Spears.


Americans and other western people like strong powerful voice with wide range vocals like 5 octaves or somethin'. If any of them can sing like Charice and in English, there might be a chance for them to appear in national TV such as Ellen show.


hmm... so you think that BoA's venture into the US market is also a futile attempt?
i mean, she definitely doesnt have those 'strong powerful voice' and neither does she has wide range vocals of 5 octaves.



guess it also depends on luck and good song. Britney doesn't have a strong voice either ( not that soft compared to some east asian singers)...but in general, people doesn't like soft, cute, girly voices...there is always an exception though.
I heard BoA US single, you can't really hear her voice cause it sounds electronic or somethin'
I think Utada Hikaru tried to break into the US market right? Is she still making an english album?


you mean BoA's Eat You Up? frankly speaking i think she needs to try harder to get better songwriters. =.=
and on utada, yes, she is still trying to suceed in the US. she has a new english album coming up real soon.
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Posted 2/13/09

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hime_chama wrote:


aramar wrote:


ringo_seijin wrote:


aramar wrote:

sorry to the fans, I agree with all of you who think that this idea ain't going nowhere.
They can be accepted in developing countries but NOT in the develop western countries who created hip hop, dance music, rock and roll, blues, jazz etc. The west got better singers of their own with better voice range.
I guess they would be accepted by a certain niche group i.e: anime lovers, asians who reside in the west, people with asian fever etc.
K-pops and American pops are too similar in term of beats, no offense..if they want to make it in the west, they need to offer something original that americans/europeans have never heard.

Ringo_seijin: Americans like deep voice not cute and soft..so I don't think the girls have a chance to make it either.

But hey,, miracle happens.



yeah, americans like the low-tone powerhouse vocals.
WG can do low-tones and in fact, their low-tones are way better than their high tones. i dont know why jyp didnt let them sing any more low-tone songs after irony.
but yes, there's still alot of room for improvement if they wanna snatch the market from people like Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey and even Britney Spears.


Americans and other western people like strong powerful voice with wide range vocals like 5 octaves or somethin'. If any of them can sing like Charice and in English, there might be a chance for them to appear in national TV such as Ellen show.


hmm... so you think that BoA's venture into the US market is also a futile attempt?
i mean, she definitely doesnt have those 'strong powerful voice' and neither does she has wide range vocals of 5 octaves.


boa has her tomboyish dancing
rather than hip-swinging boob-popping ass-slap dances


but i thought that's what the americans like? sexy, skin-baring and etc.
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Posted 2/13/09
good luck!!! ....fighting!!!! but they have to work their english.....
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Posted 2/13/09
Why is everybody talking only about the US?...it´s not the whole world...
i think there are some countries where they have good chances...


But the best what dear minister Yoo want is not sending succesfull singers to the army...great idea man...(but i think there will still go because of national pride or what...)
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