and they won the award for the best new artist


Chance the Rapper wins best new artist Grammy, ignores playoff music

Chance the Rapper was declared best new artist at the 2017 Grammy Awards. He beat out Kelsea Ballerini, the Chainsmokers, Maren Morris and Anderson .Paak. His win marks the first time a black hip-hop artist has won the best new artist award since Lauryn Hill won back in 1999. Read more

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Taylor Swift is that rarest of pop phenomena: a superstar who managed to completely cross over from country to the mainstream.

Other singers performed similar moves – notably, Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson both became enduring mainstream icons based on their ‘70s work – but Swift shed her country roots like they were a second skin; it was a necessary molting to reveal she was perhaps the sharpest, savviest populist singer/songwriter of her generation, one who could harness the Zeitgeist and turn it personal and, just as impressively, perform the reverse. These skills were evident on her earliest hits, especially the neo-tribute “Tim McGraw,” but her second album, 2008’s Fearless, showcased a songwriter discovering who she was and, in the process, finding a mass audience. Fearless wound up having considerable legs not only in the U.S., where it racked up six platinum singles on the strength of the Top Ten hits “Love Story” and “You Belong with Me,” but throughout the world, performing particularly well in the U.K., Canada, and Australia. Speak Now, delivered almost two years later in the autumn of 2010, consolidated that success and Swift moved into the stratosphere of superstardom, with her popularity only increasing on 2012’s Red and 2014’s 1989, a pair of records that found her moving assuredly from country into a pop realm where she already belonged.

This sense of confidence had been apparent in Taylor Swift since the beginning. The daughter of two bankers – her father, Scott Kingsley Swift, worked at Merrill Lynch; her mother Andrea spent time as a mutual fund marketing executive – Swift was born in Reading, Pennsylvania and raised in suburban Wyomissing. She began to show interest in music at the age of nine, and Shania Twainwound up as her biggest formative influence. Swift started to work regularly at local talent contests, eventually winning a chance to open for Charlie Daniels. Soon, she learned how to play guitar and began writing songs, signing a music management deal with Dan Dymtrow; her family relocated to Nashville with the intent of furthering her music career. She was just 14 years old but on the radar of the music industry, signing a development deal with RCA Records in 2004. Swift sharpened her skills with a variety of professional songwriters, forming the strongest connections with Liz Rose. Taylor’s original songs earned her a deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing, but not long after that 2004 deal she parted ways with Dymtrow and RCA, all with the intent of launching her recording career now, not later.

Things started moving swiftly once Swift came to the attention of Scott Borchetta, a former DreamWorks Records exec about to launchBig Machine Records. Borchetta saw Swift perform at a songwriters showcase at the Bluebird Cafe and he signed her to Big Machine in 2005; shortly afterward, she started work on her debut with producer Nathan Chapman, who’d previously helmed demos for Taylor. Boasting original song credits on every one of the record’s 11 songs (she penned three on her own), Taylor Swift appeared in October 2006 to strong reviews and Swift made sure to work the album hard, appearing at every radio or television event offered and marshaling a burgeoning fan base through use of MySpace. “Tim McGraw,” the first song from the album, did well but “Teardrops on My Guitar” and “Our Song” did better on both the pop and country charts, where she racked up five consecutive Top Ten singles. Other successes followed in the wake of the debut – a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist (she lost to Amy Winehouse), stopgap EPs of Christmas songs – but Swift concentrated on delivering her sophomore set, Fearless.

Appearing in November 2008, Fearless was certified gold by the RIAA in its first week of release, and the record gained momentum throughout 2009, earning several platinum certifications as “Love Story,” “White Horse,” “You Belong with Me,” “Fifteen,” and “Fearless” all scaled the upper reaches of the country charts while “You Belong with Me” nearly topped Billboard’s Top 100. Along with the success came some headlines, first in the form of an infamous appearance at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards where her acceptance speech was interrupted by Kanye West, who burst on-stage to declare that Swift’s rival Beyoncé deserved the award more, but her romances also started gaining attention, notably a liaison with Twilight star Taylor Lautner, who appeared with the singer in the 2009 film Valentine’s Day.

Her flirtation with the silver screen proved brief, as she then poured herself into her third album, Speak Now. Released in October 2010, Speak Now was another massive first-week smash that refused to lose momentum. Hit singles like “Mine” and “Mean,” which won two Grammys, played a big factor in its success not just on the country charts but on pop radio as well. Following a 2011 live album called World Tour Live: Speak Now, Swift turned toward following a pop path on her fourth album, hiring such mainstream musicians as Dan Wilson, Butch Walker, and Britney Spears producer Max Martin. This mainstream pulse was evident on “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” the first single from Red. Upon its October 2012 release, Red shattered expectations by selling over a million copies in its first week, a notable achievement that was doubly impressive in an era of declining sales. Once again, Swift’s album had legs: it was certified platinum four times in the U.S. and its international sales outstripped those of Speak Now. She supported Red with an international tour in 2013 and more hits came, including “I Knew You Were Trouble” and “22.”

As Swift geared up for the release of her fifth album in 2014, she made it clear that 1989 was designed as her first “documented, official” pop album and that there would be no country marketing push for the record. “Shake It Off,” an ebullient dance-pop throwback, hit number one upon its August 2014 release. When 1989 appeared in late October 2014, it once again shot to number one and became her third straight to sell one million copies in its first week (a new record for any artist).

Swift gathered many awards during the subsequent year, including Billboard’s Woman of the Year, the Award for Excellence at the American Music Awards, and a special 50th Anniversary Milestone Award from the CMAs. Her 1989 World Tour crossed Asia, North America, and Europe during the last half of 2015, and she won three Grammy Awards at the 2016 ceremonies, including Album of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album, and Best Music Video for “Bad Blood.” At the end of 2016, she released “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever,” a duet with ZAYN from the soundtrack for Fifty Shades Darker. The single reached the Top Five across the world. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Things that will blow your mind:

1. “One Shot” did not win a music show, in fact, B.A.P never won a music show until 1004, when they were finally payed by their company for over 3 years of work, a measly $16 000.

2. Despite being nominated for Best New Male Artist and Artist of the Year in 2012 and receiving Mnet PD’s Choice Award that year, B.A.P have never been invited to MAMA.

Secret continued:  Although 1989 WAS different, I still enjoyed it UNTIL those Grammy Sessions where she pandered to the voters and practically groveled for their votes. It became really evident that Taylor is most focused on winning and being the ‘best.’ As a lifelong fan it’s hard for me to say this, but, she is not an artist. If awards and record-breaking didn’t exist, she would not be making music. You know who the true artists are? Mariah Carey, Prince, Beyonce, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Lady Gaga, Janet Jackson, Dolly Parton, who have all never won Album of the Year and STILL make music (those who are alive) and stay humble, stay true to themselves, and to their fans. They didn’t go home, cry, decide to make a new album that resembled nothing they had done before, and then sit in a room of Grammy voters and practically beg for votes. 

Achievements by 2NE1

Let’s look back at 2NE1 achievements:

1. They debuted in 2009 with “Fire” which until 2015 held the record for being the most viewed debut music video on Youtube for any kpop group 

2. Their follow-up song “I Don’t Care” won 12 times on music shows and was awarded “Song of the Year” at MAMA 2009 

3. In 2012 “I Don’t Care” had sold over 4,5 million copies, making it one of the best selling singles of all time in Korea 

4. Their first full length album “To Anyone” was pre-ordered with an impressive 120.000 copies 

4. Their 5 MV released songs from the album (Can’t Nobody, Follow Me, Clap Your Hands, It Hurts and Go Away) each sold over 1 or 2 million copies 

5. They won “Best Album of the Year” and “Artist of the Year” at the 2010 MAMA’s

6.  Park Bom’s single “You and I” sold over 4,5 million copies in 2010, making it one of the best selling singles in Korea of all time 

7. In 2011 they released their second mini album where each song received their own music video, which had never been done before 

8.  “Lonely”, “Hate You” and “I Am the Best” combined sold over 8 million copies 

9. “I Am the Best” received “Song of the Year” at the 2011 MAMA’s  

10. 2NE1 is the only female group to ever win 4 daesang’s at MAMA (2 Song of the Year, 1 Artist of the Year and 1 Album of the Year) 

11. They have won a total of 9 awards at MAMA’s and have been nominated 22 times

12. They are the group - second to Big Bang - to win most Daesangs at MAMA (EXO and 2NE1 shares second place)  

13. In 2012 they only released one song “I Love You” which sold over 2 million copies 

14. They held their first world tour in 2012 and with their concert at the Nokia Theatre in LA, they became the first girl group to rank on Billboard’s Current Box Score with an 653,716 dollar income 

15. Their song “Falling in Love” from 2013 became their 9th number 1 hit in Korea  

16. Their song “Missing you” from 2013 became their 10th number 1 hit in Korea 

17. In 2014 they released their second full album “Crush” which peaked at the Billboard album chart at 61 making it the highest topping Kpop album of all time on an American music chart (the record was recently broken by BTS) 

18. The tracks in “Crush” was downloaded over 5,2 million times in Korea, making 2NE1 the most downloaded girl group in 2014 

19. Billboard named “Crush” the number 1 Kpop album of 2014

20. Billboard named “Crush” the 11th best album of 2014 

21. Billboard ranked “Crush” in 9th place on the World Artist list 

22. FUSE TV placed “Crush” on their “40 best album of the world” list, making them the only Asian artist to be on that list 

23. “I Am the Best” was used for Microsoft new software update in 2014/2015, the first ever kpop song used for such a high international brand

24. 2NE1 has sold over 65 million digital singles, making them not only one of the best selling girl groups in Korea but in the entire world 

25. They have won a total of 66 awards where 6 of them are daesangs and 43 times on music shows 

BTS' Awards;

I made a quick compilation of the awards that BTS has achieved so far from debut year to this year!


New Artist of the Year { MelOn Music Awards }

Rookie of the Year { PCKI Awards }

Rookie of the Year { Soompi Awards }

Breakout Artist { Soompi Awards }

Best Rookie Group { SBS PopAsia Awards }

Best Debut Male { European So-Loved Awards }

Best Single Album Release { European So-Loved Awards }

Best New Artist { German Korean Entertainment Awards }

Best Breakthrough (Debut) - Male Group { Hello Asia! K-Pop Awards }


Newcomer Award { Golden Disk Awards }

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Seventeen just received their first win on a music show (040516 Show Champion) and all I could think of was that it was about time. 

These 13 boys have worked so hard for so long and had so many obstacles:

  • Training with a company that was going bankrupt.
  • Not having a clue if/when they would ever debut.
  • Being away from home for so long.
  • Being made fun of publicly by people who thought their talents were weak.

BUT they always came back stronger.

  • They became the FIRST rookie group to sell over 100,000 copies in 3 months with their 2nd Mini Album “Boys Be”
  • Then they came back and broke the record of most sold albums sold in a week by having 80,000 with their newest release “Love & Letter”. A title that was previously held by TAEMIN who is a well respected veteran of the Kpop music industry. Sales like that are on the same level as TVXQ, Super Junior, BTS, BigBang and EXO!
  • They won the ‘ World Rookie Award’ at the Gaon Kpop Charts Music Awards.
  • They won ‘Rookie of the Year’ at the Golden Disk Awards.
  • They won the ‘New Artist Award’ at the Seoul Music Awards.
  • They won ‘Best Rookie Group’ at the SBS Pop Asia Awards.
  • They won ‘Best Newcomer Group’ award at the Hello Asia K-Pop Award.
  • They won the ‘Most Appearance’ awards at the MBS Show Champion Awards.
  • They won the ‘Rookie of the Year Award’ at the Soompi Awards.
  • They won the ‘Rookie Award’ at the 7th  Philippine Kpop Awards.

And now they have just had their first win (040516) on the show that all Idols crave to win the most!

Being paired against Vixx, Block B, Twice and Jeong Eun Ji and STILL winning is an amazing feat!

I cried alongside them as they struggled to keep their composure passing the microphone from hand to hand as they broke down into tears. Our boys worked so hard and sacrificed so much to succeed and they finally proved to the world that they can. 

We should all be proud Carats.
We should all stay proud Carats.

We all helped in making this possible by buying albums, streaming songs, watching MV’s and blowing up Social Media. 

I feel like all of us Carats were on the stage accepting the award too.

We did it guys, we all did it.

anonymous asked:

I just love Danai and everything she stands for. Hats off to her! She is so beautiful, brave, and magnanimous. She inspires me!

Preach! Danai Gurira is so amazingly talented, beautiful, and inspirational. Everything she does is so commendable and she always gives her all. The Walking Dead is so lucky to have her at this point in time when her star is rising.

Let’s look at her accolades:
2007 - For the role of Zainab in The Visitor:
Winner – Method Fest Film Festival Best Supporting Actress
2013 – For the role of Adenike Olumide Balogun in Mother of George:
Nominated – Black Reel Award for Best Breakthrough Performance
Nominated – American Black Film Festival Best Actress
Winner – Black Reel Award for Best Actress
2016 -  For the role of Michonne in The Walking Dead:
Nominated – NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Winner – Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television

Her stage writing credits include:
In the Continuum (2005)
Eclipsed (2009)
The Convert (2012)
Familiar (2015)

She is also:
Global Tolerance Award Winner (2004)
Obie Award Recipient (2006)
Outer Critics John Gassner Award Recipient (2006)
Theatre Hall of Fame Honoree
Recipient of Helen Hayes Award for Best Lead Actress at Woolly Mammoth
Eclipsed, which received premiere productions at the Wooly Mammoth, Center Theater Group and Yale Repertory Theater and won Best New play at the 2010 Helen Hayes Awards. It debuted on Broadway and received 6 Tony Award Nominations, including Best Play.
Winner Best Playwright at the NAACP Theater Awards
Whiting Award Recipient (2012)

In addition to her artistic pursuits, Danai has taught playwriting and acting in Liberia, Zimbabwe, and South Africa. She was the 2011-12 Hodder Fellow at Princeton University. Danai is a commissioned playwright with Yale Repertory.

She is President and Co-Founder of Almasi Arts Alliance, a non-profit organisation that strives to create and facilitate artistic collaborations between African artists and American artists and artistic institutions.

-She has also published honors paper Running Head: The Neglect of Black Women in Psychology
-Danai is an outspoken advocate and activist for the rights of women around the world.
-An advocate for the Love Our Girls movement which seeks to bring awareness to the injustices that girls and women across the globe face, with particular emphasis on access to education for girls.
-She used her public image to bring attention to the Chibok schoolgirls kidnapping by Boko Haram.
-She was a speaker at the UN’s International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict to end rape in war.

There is so much about Danai that is inspirational and admirable. She is not only incredibly talented as a writer and actress, but a conscientious member of a global society.

With memorable anatomy, stunning color pallets, and dark humor, the Triplets of Belleville really feels like it truly set the bar for professional animation. It’s one of my all time FAVORITE FILMS, which is why I chose to review it first. Many people simply forgot about the film because it was unfortunately overshadowed by Finding Nemo, which won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature that very same year. 

With the turn of the century, the early 2000’s were filled with new and experimental animations that challenged both style and storytelling, and the Triplets of Belleville was no exception. The French film was fresh yet reminiscent of some old cartoon storytelling; the ability to tell a full story without saying a word. This was due to films not having great sound at the time. Silent films and short films usually use this, but it hasn’t been seen very much beyond that. Sylvain Chormet, director and artist of the film, also uses the method of silence in his other film ‘The Illusionist’, which is equally charming, and I do recommend watching that as well.

The story follows a cyclist known as ‘Champion’ and his grandmother, who is trying to find him in America after he is kidnapped during the Tour De France and forced into a mob-run bidding ring. The character designs are unique and fun; they have shaky linework and nothing is completely harsh and graphic. Even the buildings have the same touch as the characters themselves. I’ve always loved seeing the sketchy linework in films that is unique to animation cels (such as the original Rescuers film or Ed, Edd n’ Eddy). It makes the art feel much more honest and organic, something that all good cartoons should possess.

What was most striking to me is that almost every single character was completely different from the other. All of them have a caricature-like look to them, and show personality through their actions and looks, rather than their words. For example, one of my favorite characters in the film would be the waiter in the restaurant scene, who sways back and forth with every turn he makes when walking. This character is really entertaining to watch.

‘Champions’ character is also readable right off the bat; his overly exaggerated strong calf muscles are obviously those of someone who exercises on a bike. Over exaggeration in this film is used for excellent design choices. Even the triplets seem to be fraternal triplets and have distinguishing features that differ from each other. The one similarity among the designs are the hands. I ADORE the way he draws hands; fat or thin, they are quite detailed but still keep a cartoonish quality to them.

The only critique I have on character design would be on the ‘Americans’ design, which all have only one characteristic: being overweight. As humorous as the physics are when they walk and jiggle (like with Champion’s dog), Chormet could have done more to make them a little more unique from each other, just as he did for the French characters. However, this seemed to be nothing relatively new to his work; after looking back at his early film “The Old Lady and the Pigeons”, he has voice actors at the beginning imitating an annoying and fat American family on vacation in Paris. From the way the dialogue is set up, Chormet seems to have a distaste from Americans.

Besides this, the Triplets of Belleville has earned its place as a great French film. It’s nice to see a film that breaks from the norm in animation; it tells a unique story with wonderful characters that are not traditionally beautiful or handsome. There is no character in this film that isn’t beautifully ugly, and THAT’S what makes them memorable. I love everything about this film, and I highly recommend it if you want to watch a refreshing, artistic film.

-Katelyn (MechanicalElf) 



[BTS] Melon Music Awards, Golden Disk and Seoul Music Award! 今年防弹少年团获得了第3个新人奖。 谢谢~ 恭喜恭喜。 请别忘了将于2月12日他们的回归。多多支持而期待防弹的新专辑。 ​​​​

[BTS] Melon Music Awards, Golden Disk and Seoul Music Award! BTS won 3 Best New Artist Award today. Thank you~ congratulations congratulations. Please don’t forget that they will have a comeback on the 12th of Feb. Please anticipate BTS’ new album a lot.

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13 Kpop Girl Groups That Slayed 2016

2016 was a powerful year for girl groups.  There was a rush of girl groups this year, combined with rookies and older generation idols, dominating the charts.  With the different styles shown, I wanted to make a list of groups that I think K-pop by storm.  

(This is not a rank, just a list!  Please know that this just my opinion too!  #ProtectKpopGirlGroups)

Wonder Girls

Ah, the queens.  They may have only released one song, but it was an important song.  ‘Why So Lonely’ was their first self-composed title track ever!  Yubin, Sunmi, and Lim wrote the song, and not only did it show off their creativity, but it showed their talents as a band too.  ‘Why So Lonely’ won several music show awards, and got them a number one spot on Gaon Chart!  This proves that these Queens aren’t going anywhere anytime soon, which is promising for their upcoming ten year anniversary!

Dal Shabet

Dal Shabet had quite a comeback if you ask me.  They lost two members, which isn’t always easy to come back from.  After losing Jiyul and Kaeun, it must’ve been hard for the group to continue, but with “Someone Like U” and “Fri.Sat.Sun,” they showed their fans that will continue to grow as artists.  I thought that the tracks were really great and definitely underrated by the Kpop community.  Good luck in 2017, Girls!

A Pink

A busy year for the A Pink fairies.  Not only did they celebrate their five year anniversary with Leader Choring self-written song, “The Wave,” they had their second concert in Japan and performed for an international audience in Manila for MTV Music Evolution.  They also had an Asia tour too!  But they still managed to release a well-received album with their title track, “Only One,” showing off a more mature style than before.  They also released a special album, Dear, with the catchy title-track Cause You’re My Star.  You’ve worked hard, A Pink! 


This group is known for their catchy tunes, and 2016 was no different for them. Despite only releasing “Good Luck” as a full group, AOA still managed to start 2016′s summer song trend with their athletic baywatch theme that became quite popular.  Also, another sub-unit came out in the beginning of the year, AOA Cream, with their title track, “Jelly Baby,” which I personally loved.  Their consistent activities show no sign of stopping in 2017.

Ladies’ Code 

Ladies Code probably had an emotional and an important year.  It has more than a year since the car accident that took the lives of their fellow members, Rise and EunB, which may have taken a toll on them as a group.  They proved otherwise and showed that they’re going to continue on in honor of their members.  They released beautiful tracks such as “Galaxy” and “Rain.”  Hopefully, their vocal talents will be recognized soon.  Fighting Ladies Code!


Easily one of the fiercest and most-loved Kpop acts on the game.  The Girl Crushes of Kpop if you will.  They released four killer full group tracks, ‘1cm taller than you,’ ‘You’re The Best,’ ‘New York,’ and “Decalcomanie.”  And let’s not forget that they also released sub-units of the vocalists (Solar and Wheein) and the rappers (Moonbyul and Hwasa)! They starred in their first reality show, MBC’s SHOWTIME, and Solar paired up with Eric Nam on We Got Married.  Congrats on 2016, Mamamoo, keep shining!

Red Velvet

Red Velvet continues to surprise their fans with versatile and unique concepts.  They showed off their delicate vocal strength with One of These Nights and the entire “The Velvet” mini-album.  And they showed off a 180-degree difference with their cute athletic concept of Russian Roulette.  Despite being called a weird or strange group, Red Velvet continues to show off new styles.  We can’t wait for more in 2017.


What an underrated group.  Of all the ones mentioned before, Laboum might have the less recognition, and deserve a hell of a lot more.  They showed off different girly styles with their delightful ‘Journey to Atlantis’ and their hyper ‘Shooting Love.’  Although I’m not a fan of all of their songs, I definitely appreciate their talent and energy as a group.  I hope they gain more recognition from fans for their hard work.  Soyeon already appeared on Girls’ Spirit, heading them in the right direction.  Also, they just got their first reality show the Laboum Project.  Keep it up, Girls!


I can say this with confidence that these girls are the definition of underdogs claiming the top spot.  Every kpop fan knows - and for those who don’t = that if you’re not in the Big Three Companies, gaining success in the industry is much harder.  Source Music lucked out with Friend, finding these talented girls and giving them title of “Powerful Innocence.”  Rough slammed the charts in the beginning of the year, and then they came back for another hit, Navillera, in the summer. Yuju and Eunha’s vocals are being praised by the industry, and SinB is one of the next top sought after idols for variety shows.  They also co-starred with Mamamoo on MBC’s Showtime!  It seems like these girls are unstoppable!

Oh My Girl!

This group is finally gaining some well-deserved love.  They’re known for their plethora of fangirls (EXID’s Hani, Twice’s Nayeon, etc.) and are considered to be the new “dolls” of K-pop.  And boy, have they worked hard.  Liar Liar got a lot of popularity for new idols, and their popularity shot even higher with ‘Windy Day.’  They got to collaborate with Haha for their summer jam, Aing~, and again for their winter song, White.  They’re appearing on more special stages and on more variety show appearances.  I hope they get to continue with their success and finally get a much-deserved music show award.


The new “it-girls” of K-pop and all around Asia.  Their comeback took a minute, but they came back strong in April with Cheer Up!  Twice is the first JYP recording artists to hit 50 million views on Youtube; that’s a fucking feat! Shy Shy Shy! became a major hit in K-pop, and Super Junior’s Heechul made quite stunt with Momo’s line in the song.  And they killed it again with ‘TT’, my personal favorite, as a halloween theme.  They’ve won countless music show awards this year, and the Best Female Artist for MAMA 2016.  They’re loved for the variety skills and unique personalities.  These girls are truly on top and they don’t seem to be stopping any time soon.  


Produce 101 and IOI made its mark on Kpop.  These 11 girls proved that they didn’t want Produce 101 for their charms and popularity, but also showed off their talents.  They chose their debut song ‘Dream Girls’ so that it can be remembered in their hearts.  The sub-unit of Whatta Man won the group’s first music show win.  Once they all came back again, IOI and JYP released one of the catchiest songs of 2016 with Very Very Very!  They had CF deals, variety appearances, and cameos for days.  They even won Best New Female Artist at the MAMAs.  These girls will not be forgotten, and I can’t wait to see them together again in 5 years.


The Killer Rookies.  Just two weeks after their debut, Black Pink won their first music show award.  They’re the first girl group to ever do that, so they deserve to be on this list.  Already, they’ve released four tasteful and eye-grabbing MVs to show off their cool sound.  YG is doing these girls a great justice by also sending them onto Variety Shows, proving how cute they are underneath those bad girl images.  Fighting BlackPink!


Protect Your Girl Groups!

First Major Award

This was mainly just random and I felt like writing another scenario for Baek :3

Requests are open peeps! ^^

Genre ~ Fluff/ Jealousy (Taeyeon isn’t happy xD)
Word Count ~ 1796
Baekhyun/ Reader

Sitting more on your own, you watched as countless big time idols respectfully bowed their heads in your direction and you quickly smiled back with a small head bow of your own. You’re a newbie to these type of events which is why everyone is trying their hardest to make your night as great as it can possibly get. No one know’s who’s going to be winning the awards here tonight so the spirits are still pretty high, but there’s no telling how long that’s going to last for once the MAMA Awards begin.

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