The Little-Known Secrets To Soundtrack OST Drama

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Why J-pop fans did not unite to make J-pop more accessible whenever K-pop fandom did this in 2013. Why did not J-pop fandom "raise hell" when J-pop became less accessible? Whenever K-pop got block on Youtube in 2013, they OST K-Drama - OKCR9.TK - created #giveuskpop on the web and K-pop not got block on Youtube, however when AKB48 got blocked on Youtube, J-pop fans don't do the exact same, I didn't see a #giveusjpop or #giveusakb48 campaign online.

J-pop fandom does appear not united because half of them never wish J-pop become globally recognized, the other half of J-pop fandom want J-pop to have equivalent international mainstream (and household) recognition like K-pop is getting. This really contrast to what K-pop fandom. That is the reason by J-pop not united. After K-pop got very popular and more KPop Hits Single Album traditional outside Asia, other smaller Asian pop music fandom like Taiwanese Pop have also unite their fandom (or whatever left of it) to try and put effort to have people and K-pop fans to branch out to Taiwanese music, and it's working if you also factor in Taiwanese TV dramas. I do not see this in J-pop, all I see is a divided fandom and I also'm maybe not trying to cause any anger against people on Stage48.

What exactly happened? The worldwide fandom simply unexpectedly destroyed interest and passion when majority of J-pop fans became K-pop fans and never came back after that. As that fact sheet (with news article cited on the website), J-pop fans had been just like passionate as K-pop fans and they desired J-pop musicians become globally recognized like their K-pop counterpart. But something happened and that's the secret. Had been it accessibility that made individuals no longer being active in J-pop fandom? Had been it something in J-pop that change it down? I don't understand, but myself and handful of J-pop fans We talked to possess been baffled by this.

Uh fanwars in J-pop do take place (it did take place previously whenever J-pop was popular amongst anime fans), some of my online J-pop fans I talked to said fanwars within J-music worldwide KPop Hits Single Album fandom did exist before K-pop got popular. So whatever pop music tradition fandom you're in, fanwars may happen, J-pop had been no exclusion.

There clearly was articles from 2012 (which can be no more there) that talked about that many of K-pop fans had been formerly J-pop fans. To help make this more sadder: Many (probably Download lagu KPop Terbaru bulk) among these former J-pop fans turned K-pop fans never ever went back to J-pop when they became K-pop fans. We additionally think these former J-pop fans that became K-pop fans most likely never introduce J-pop (and AKB48) to the current generation of K-pop fans.

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