2NE1 has been nominated in several categories for this years’ MAMA. They are Best Female Group, Best Dance Performance by a Female Group, Best Digital Single: (Park Bom), Best Music Video,
Song of the Year and Artist of the Year. Everyone was so overwhelmed of how many categories 2NE1 has been nominated and now the time has come. Blackjacks we did it! Out of 6, we had owned 4 categories.
Brought to you by Hikari Murakami and Irene Choi, “Style 2 Kill” (S2K)
is an all female project inspired by the beautiful and sassy art of
Waacking. Although Waacking is the central inspiration, this project
encompasses different and varieties of dance background both from the
choreographers and dancers in S2K. Style to Kill stands on firm belief
that with all the talent out in the dance community, no one is bound
to one particular genre. What is comes down to is the style you
possess and kill. We’ve all got a style. A style to kill.
Good news to fellow Blackjacks and k-pop fans. Do you have Comcast as your TV cable operator?
If you do, check out on demand channel to watch MVs straight to your TV and no worries, its absolutely FREE.
Comcast is highly known and one of the reason is for having a channel “On Demand” providing shows, musics, movies, and etc.
Here’s a complete direction:
1. Go to channel 1 (On Demand channel)
2. Click down until you see “Music” then click it.
3. Click down until you see K-pop then click it
and there you’ll see plenty of K-pop MVs.
This offer is available until NOVEMBER 1, 2010, so go ahead and watch now!
A total of 20 songs have been swept up in legitimate plagiarism controversies since 2000, and it has recently been revealed by the Committee on Culture, Sports, Tourism, Broadcasting & Communications that the royalties earned by these songs total to $1,724,138 USD.
Jin Sungho of the Committee revealed a series of documents submitted by the Korea Music Copyright Association describing the situation behind royalties received by composers that have plagiarized. According to the document, the court has found a total of 20 songs to be plagiarized, some including MC Mong’s “Letter to You,” Hyori’s “I’m Back” and “Swing,” Lee Seung Ki’s “Mask,” Son Dambi’s “Saturday Night,” Lee Seung Chul’s “Scream,” CNBlue’s “Loner,” and GDragon’s “Heartbreaker.” The problem lies in the fact that royalty payments of nearly $250,000 USD per song were paid without any clear standards, totaling nearly 2 million USD.