Who Will Be Crowned The Biggest K-Pop Group Of 2019? Let’s Find Out Who All Are In The Race
Over the past few years, the K-Pop phenomenon has taken the music world by surprise. A genre, which nobody had heard much about till a couple of years ago, has established itself as one of the most popular genres today. With their peppy lyrics and exquisite choreography, South Korean artists have caught the attention of the whole world. With the meteoric rise and popularity of BTS, we wonder who is going to be the next big name in K-Pop. Let’s find out.
EVERGLOW: The new girl group, which debuted in March with the song ‘Bong Bong Chocolat, is trying its best to leave an indelible impression on music lovers all across the globe. 2019 will tell us how far they go.
ITZY: Brought into being by JYP Entertainment in February this year, the five-member girl group is arresting people’s attention with their electric lyrics and outstanding choreography you cannot take your eyes off.
GWSN: After debuting in 2018, the seven-member group has impressed the listeners with their new hit song ‘Pinky Star’ (RUN). The group has members from South Korea, Japan and Taiwan and that makes it quite special.
AB6IX: The new boy group, put together by Hip-hop label Brand New Music, is set to debut on the music scene, but trust me, their fan following can give many established group a run for their money.
PRODUCE X 101’S DEBUT GROUP: The singing reality show is due to air in May and fans have already started picking out their favorites amongst the contestants. Contestants like WooSeok and Byeongchan will be trying their best to make the most of the opportunity.
NU’EST: Into the seventh year since debut, NU’EST is a five-member group which is gearing up to reunite with their fans through a three-day concert scheduled to take place in Seoul.
KIM JAE-HWAN: Jaehwan, who happens to be the lead vocalist of Wanna One, is most likely to debut as a solo singer soon.
JEON SOMI: The Canadian-South Korean singer hit headlines when she quit JYP Entertainment and signed on to YG’s sub-label, The Black Label. She is set to make her debut in May. Producer Teddy is reportedly working on an album for her.