Jonghyun is the next SHINee member to take on a solo project. The Base EP features collaborations with Zion T, Younha and Iron, and even features lyrics written by Wheesung.
SM have a new solo artist set to debut, SHINee’s Lee Taemin. The youngest member of SM Entertainment’s SHINee is known to be a skilled dancer and strong vocalist, is his talent and appeal sure to make an impact in a lone venture?
SHINee’s management company SM Entertainment have teamed up with VU Entertainment to have some of their artists produce a series of remixes of the group’s latest title track, Everybody.
SHINee are back with their new album Everybody, and its title track of the same name.
Following their second mini album release in February, NU’EST have returned with Sleep Talking.
Kpop boy bands are everywhere. For every one clocking up another year hoards more appear. Last year at least two dozen debuted, how many will survive and stand the test of time is questionable, but they’ll try.
Super Junior M member Henry Lau has launched a Korean solo career as simply Henry with the successful album Trap and it’s title track of the same name.
Infinite are due to release their Japanese album Koi ni Ochiru Toki on June 5th and have released the pv for the Japanese version of Man In Love this week ahead of the release.
The second instalment in SHINee’s Misconceptions Of Me album comes with the title track Why So Serious?
Jonghyun is absent from the mv and promotions whilst he recovers fully from breaking his nose in a minor car accident. The dynamic of the group does look understandably different but the mv is strong and fresh.
Much in keeping with the SM formula of big rooms, smart choreography and lacking narrative this mv is brought to life by the styling of the members.
Consistently, SHINee Style has been one that is unique and easily associated with them. From day one the avant garde SHINee Style has been the brain child of designer Ha Sang Beg and as the idol group have grown the style has matured with them, but kept its edge.
For quite some time now SHINee Style has had Anglo-themes running through it, which is of course interesting from the viewpoint of an English blogger.
The mv also features slightly more interesting sets with the inclusion of the type wall.
As far as SM mvs go SHINee’s generally are the most visually interesting because of their style, and Why So Serious? is no different.