TVXQ is back with their follow up track to “Catch Me” titled “Humanoids”.
“Humanoids” is definitely a track KPOP fans will fall for with it’s addicting techno melody and catchy chorus. And the MV isn’t just Yunho and Changmin dancing in a weird room…I was pleasantly surprised to find some acting scenes!
Dal Shabet has made a comeback after promising results from the release of their first full length album. This time the girls single “Have, Don’t Have” is a disco type song with cute lyrics about the girl’s feelings for a their lover.
There is also a 2nd MV of the single called the “Don’t Have” version which features the Electric Swing Remix of the song (Which I like better because it has that catchy electronic sound that reminds me of “We Don’t Speak Americano”.)
A-JAX has also returned tot he music scene with their first mini album and are promoting their new single “2MYX”. The song was made by the same producer of Girl’s Generation’s/SNSD’s “Run Devil Run” and is said to be a response to the the song.
Our beloved boys of B1A4 are back! This time around the boys are unexpectedly showing off a new more mature style then their crazy antic and lovey dovey singles like “OK” and “Beautiful Target”. This time the boys sing about letting go a relationship and moving on.
Looks like November is going to be an exciting month for KPOP fans what with the enormous amount of groups and singers that will be making a comeback. And to start it all off we have everyone’s favorite flower boy’s Boyfriend with “Janus” and the talented trio D-UNIT with “Luv Me”.
Our fun and crazy ladies of Girl’s Day are back! This time around they are taking a break from the crazyness from “Oh! My God” and are taking a more feminine and serious approach with their new single “Don’t Forget Me” where the girls sing to their crush about their unspoken feelings.
Dropping their 5TH album of this year, B.A.P is back yet again to the music scene with their latest single “Stop It”. Like “Crash”, “Stop It” takes on a more light hearted approached than their previous warrior singles as the boys are singing about the frustrations of an up and down relationship. The MV is a treat as well with it’s the first time B.A.P has ever done a comedic like video as it shows leader Bang Yong Guk trying to win the affections of a girl all the while fighting back the other members.