Not only is J.Y. Park is one of K-pop's most-known singers and producers, he's also one of its biggest executive as CEO and founder of JYP Entertainment who gave the world Wonder Girls, 2PM, miss A and more. The man knows a smart business move when he sees it and for his latest comeback to the industry, he seemingly played off strategies utilized by some of the pop scene's biggest stars: The likes of Nicki Minaj, Meghan Trainor and, heck, even PSY.
K-Pop Night Out had an unprecedented amount of attention with increased U.S. media interest from outlets like Vice, Fuse and MTV, and the showcase's biggest turnout yet as hundreds of enthusiastic fans lined up early as 9:00am., eagerly waiting entrance to the 550-capacity venue.
After almost a year-and-a-half away from the K-pop scene, miss A returns with a bubbly new single that not only is guaranteed to send hearts aflutter, but re-established the girl group and its individual members after their hiatus.
To close out Miami's Ultra Music Festival, Skrillex brought out a slew of special guests. While it was undoubtedly a huge stage for all the artists involved, a remarkable musical moment happened during CL's six-minute appearance that no one would have likely imagined happening.
In January, FTISLAND told Billboard that the K-pop/rock band would preview their forthcoming music during their hard-rocking debut New York concert. Fans finally got to see just what the group meant with new single "Pray."