Last, but not least, Girl’s Day is another K-pop act that I wish would sue their agency. “This is because mostly, I don’t think even their agency understands how much talent there is in this group. Wouldn’t expect less from an agency named ‘Dream Tea Entertainment‘.
I get a bit sad whenever I see YouTube comments cursing them to hell, calling them wannabes, saying none of them can sing, asking Minah to jump off a cliff. Of course that feeling doesn’t compare to the sadness I feel whenever I observe that their videos are most popular amongst males aged 40-50, but that’s a different story. Unlike the other acts mentioned, where at one point they were at a steady track, Girl’s Day pretty much started out an abomination. Whoever thinks ‘Twinkle Twinkle‘ is bad, I advise viewer discretion when viewing the mess that was their debut song ‘Tilt My Head‘:
No honestly. It was so bad, it BLEW. MY. MIND. I couldn’t even make fun of them because I was so stunned by the atrociousness of it.
Funnily enough, though their debut single was the worst to date, the line-up they had during this time was pretty solid. With 3/4 of the vocalists being good singers, and having one rapper that wasn’t too terrible. The line up changes involved replacing members Ji In and Ji Sun with Hyeri and Yura, and although the line up did weaken considerably, the second single they released was surprisingly pretty decent. ‘Nothing Lasts Forever‘, although not perfect, definitely had more ups than downs (hellloooo there, pre-chorus), and it actually proved that these girls were rather entertaining to watch live:
Another reason why Girls Day really needs to jump ship is for the sake of their leader Sojin. Whose vocals are no sneeze either. Sojin breaks my heart for several reasons. See, most people are under the impression that Girl’s Day consists of a bunch of 15 year olds dancing around in frilly panties. When their leader Sojin, the eldest, is actually born in 1986 and turned 25 this year. And here she is parading around like a five year old, how depressing must that be? The second reason is the fact Sojin has a very pleasant, husky voice, and is quite talented herself. But because of dramatic weight loss in a relatively short period of time, she had to be hospitalised for breathing problems, which is why she strains herself in the video above. Good work wasting raw talent Dream Tea.
Are there any groups/soloists out there whose promotions you’re not satisfied with? Any acts which make you cry yourself to sleep as you murmur prayers asking them to leave their hell-hole of a talent agency? Share your thoughts!