This week on Support Older Girl Groups we are supporting f(x). If you want to know why you should participate even if this week isn’t about a group you stan, check out this post.
So what this is is sort of a masterpost of ways to support the group of the week. And since it’s my favorite group and people have been taking about their status as a group a lot lately, I thought a logical place to start would be f(x).
This is far from everything f(x) has released, I just chose a few for each category so it would be easier to get the view up in a noticeable way. If you can’t put your effort into everything on this list, put your effort into 4 Walls, Free Somebody, All Mine, and On My Own.
About the group
F(x) is an SM girl group that debuted in 2009. They were originally considered Asia’s Dance Group by SM.The members are Victoria, Amber, Luna and Krystal. Sulli also used to be part of the group. If you are looking for some different concepts, f(x) is definitely for you! They have done so many different concepts. I think you will notice their individuality as a group immediately!
4 Walls was their last music video and album to be released. It was released in 2015, so quite a while ago. It’s currently at 27,161,327 views, but deserves way more. Let’s get it to 30mil!
Red Light came out in 2014 and was their last music video and album with Sulli. It currently has 36,027,739 views, so it’s close to 40mil! it would be really awesome to get it to 50 mil sooner rather than later too.
Rum Pum Pum Pumis pretty close to 50 mil, and it would be really great for them it! It currently has 46,309,778 views.
All Minewas the last music video f(x) has released. it was released in July of 2016 and currently has 8,411,608 views. Let’s get it to 10mil! This is a really special music video and song because it had been so long since f(x) had any activities together, and it has been a long time since, Also the music video was directed by Amber! I would be really great if this music video in particular had a big spike in views!
Heartbeat is an amazing and sweet song by Amber and Luna. It’s honestly such a great song and Amber and Luna make such a could unit (they really should be a subunit.) But the music video is still yet to reach 1mil views! It’s currently at 901,491 views. That’s not that bad for a Station song but Heartbeat and the group deserve so much more. Let’s get it to 1mil and then much farther from there!
Borders is an Amber solo that she wrote and is very special to her. Honestly I cried to first time I heard it, it’s just too dang relatable lmao. Another thing that you might like is it is in English, and it has subtitles in both Korean and English. It currently has 5,221,617 views, which is actually pretty good for a Station song. But Amber has really been having hard times with her solo work an SM, so a spike in the views could really help.
Free Somebodyis Luna’s solo debut from May 2016. It’s such a great song that shows off both her beautiful voice and dance skills. Sadly it was not promoted well and got overshadowed by other SM comebacks, so it didn’t do nearly as well as it should. It currently has 8,154,679 views. Let’s get it to 10mil!
On My Own was part of Amber’s Crossing series that she was making on her own Youtube Channel. Sadly, Crossing was never finished. We are not sure what happened to it, but based off of her cryptic Instagram posts (still the last two she posted if you want to go read them), it doesn’t sound like it was good. On My Own is a really important song to support for the same reason as Borders. It’s currenly at 1,040,418 views. Let’s get it to 2mil! and then maybe even 5mil!
I Don’t Want to Love Youwas not exactly a solo, but a collaboration between Krystal and June One Kim. It’s also not under SM and it’s not in Korean so it wasn’t that popular. But watching it will still help support f(x)! Also, it’s a really interesting and different song. The music video is actually a little spooky (also the intro kinda drags on) But still please support it becasue it’s a good song! It currently has 453,638 views. Let’s get it to 1mil!
Other Stuff to Check Out
Luna’s Alphabetis a vlog series on Youtube that Luna has been making, and it’s getting a season 3 soon! The videos usually range from around 5 to 15 mins long. And don’t worry, there are English subtitles!
Amber’s channel is where she posted her Crossing songs. There are only 4 videos but it wouldn’t hurt to subscribe anyway!
What The Pineapplewas Amber’s Youtube channel for basiclly anything else she wanted to post. There are lots of funny things on it you should really check it out! Also it is primarily in English but there are Korean subtitles. Sadly it has been a long time since she last posted to it, but maybe if the views spike she will bring it back, or get to start something like Luna’s Alphabet.
Please reblog this and share this as much as possible! This project will do no real good unless it is a group effort. And please watch the videos as much as possible! It would do the most good if you guys watched each one (or at least the title tracks) multiple times a day this week (and weeks to come.) I’m not expecting you to take the time to watch all of Luna’s Alphabet or What the Pineapple, but if you could watch all the music videos that would really help not only f(x), but all older girl groups! If you want people to put the effort to help out your favorite older girl groups, help out other people’s faves too! Remember, next week’s post could be your favorite group!
Listen to all of these songs on Spotify
Buy them and or the albums if you can
Look out for Victoria’s solo album coming out soon
follow them all on social media
(If there is anything that needs to be fixed about this post feel free to message me)
I f*cking love crossovers. - The Ravenclaw dorm has an unspoken rule: do not turn off the radio - Back in 1983, a team off Ravenclaws figured out how to make a radio work in Hogwarts, but something was off - It only picked up one station: Night Vale Community Radio - The students didn’t know what to make of it. Was it a fictional station? Was it a real place? - Regardless, they left it on. They never once turned it off, to this day. - It’s a morale strengthener and bonding exercise for the Ravenclaws - Every evening all the Ravenclaws gather in the common room to listen to the American’s sultry voice - Some of them study, some of them create, some of them just listen silently, but all of them listen - Eventually, one bright student learns that Night Vale is a real place - The head of Ravenclaw house has to send them all to bed because of the party - Many Ravenclaws head to Night Vale after they graduate and are just so happy because Merlin’s beard, it’s real - All of the other houses are completely baffled by the Ravenclaws - “What the hell are they talking about?” - Luna Lovegood, especially, takes a shine to the radio station and brings some of her friends to listen one year. - Namely, Ginny, Hermione, Harry, and Ron - Obviously, Hermione breaks a little bit - “Muggle technology can’t work here!” “This is obviously just fiction!” “This can’t be a real place!” - Ron and Harry work together to stop her and they all listen in rapt attention - Ginny falls in love with the station, and Harry likes it - Ron doesn’t buy it - Hermione is convinced it’s fictional, and that there’s no such place as ‘Night Vale’ - Years later, Luna takes a trip to America after graduation - And Hermione receives a post card with the words “Welcome to Night Vale” on it and a photo of Luna in front of the sign - She has to sit down and absorb it - It’s a tradition for seventh years to tell first years what they need to know about the radio - Most importantly, not to turn off the radio - It’s a tradition that still stands today. - It’s a big reason of why Ravenclaws are the weirdest, wackiest, and most creative house as a whole (I plan on doing different crossovers with Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, and Slytherin, too, this is just my Ravenclaw pride coming through)