I’ve been an FNC stan for a while and I’ve gotten so use to their terrible management at this point but with their debut of Honeyst, I’ve finally blown up.
If you’ve been following FNC groups for more than a month you know management is terrible.
They’ve debuted Honeyst, and for what? No promotions have been made and they expect the band to do well?
SF9 has been going at promotions as if they’re a car going downhill with no brakes. A debut with Fanfare in October, promotions for K.O in November, they went to Mama in December, had a “break” in January, came back with Roar in February, had a Japanese debut in March, came back AGAIN in April with Easy Love, went to open for CNBLUE at their Japan concert and performed at KCON Japan for 2 days, and now they’re promoting Watch Out.
N.Flying hasn’t made a comeback since November of 2015. And every time we hear or see from them, there’s no talk of another comeback.
AOA Choa’s on a “break” but that’s just making me even more nervous because that could also mean something else. (Yes, we are all thinking it.)
CNBLUE didn’t have proper promotions for Between Us and the company seems to be pushing them more towards individual activities than band activities.
And don’t even get me started on FTISLAND. There’s a reason why our front man Hongki wants to put a bomb in their own company’s building. They want to make their own label but their company sucks at supporting their own artists so much, FT is sure the company wouldn’t support them.
So I understand all these fansites closing down. They’re tired and angry, as they should be because the group they like are only being used as puppets for money.
Welcome to FTI5′s 30 day cinema, wherein we will re-visit two MVs every day for 30 days.
Song: Madly Album: The Mood Year: 2013 Language: Korean
Madly is my
favourite Korean FT Island ballad, primarily because of the
stunning vocals and Jonghoon’s piano performance. There’s a very gradual
build-up of power as the song begins, starting with only vocals and piano,
then gradually layering instrumental lines atop that.