aespa re-imagines the 90s with "Dreams Come True"

The princesses of 4th gen K-Pop are back with their latest release "Dreams Come True"! This release is a remastered song of S.E.S 90s hit single of the same title. The music video begins with an aespa style remix opening as it leads to the original 90s song's intro. Throughout the music video we see breath taking and fairytale like visuals. At the end of the song we see that aespa takes us to KWANGYA as we see the ae's appear, confirming that the song will be part of the KWANGYA storyline. What did you think about aespa's remastered cover of the 90's single? Check out the music video below: Check out the original song by S.E.S: aespa album's for sale:

'Black Swan' out now!

Once again BTS has broken another record, with their first single pre-released "Black Swan" from their upcoming album 'Map of the Soul: 7'. It hit platforms earlier at 6PM KST, and it sky rocketed to #1 in 90 countries around the world, and #1 in iTunes UK becoming the FIRST Korean song in history to do so. The song is itself, is a different side to BTS, co-written by RM, describing how they fear that the more they do music, the less it excites them. At the beginning of the music video, a quote reads "A dancer dies twice-once when they stop dancing, and this first death is more painful," by Martha Graham. BTS shows us with this, the fear they would feel when they are not standing on stage as artist anymore.

The song is incredibly deep, and much fear in it; but the track is definitely worth it. The music video is something that will go on to be iconic. It is amazingly performed by MN Dance Company.

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Check out the performance by MN Dance Company.
'Map of Soul: 7' will be released February 21st, along with their new music video the 28th.