Over the last three years, the rookie scene in K-pop has been, hands down, the best out of all rookie acts to debut in K-pop and Hallyu history. Starting with Red Velvet through SM Entertainment back in 2014, we were treated with more phenomenal rookie acts. 2016 was so far the best year for rookie groups as we’ve been given Astro by Fantagio, NCT through SM Entertainment, Cosmic Girls through Starship Entertainment, Gugudan through Jellyfish Entertainment, I.O.I. through YMC Entertainment, K.A.R.D. through DSP Media, Momoland through LOEN Entertainment, Pentagon through Cube Entertainment, Vromance through RBW Entertainment, Black Pink through YG Entertainment, and even Unnies through the K-variety show Unnies’ Slam Dunk.
Though the aforementioned rookie K-pop acts are making a splash in the industry right now, there is one outside of Red Velvet who truly stands out, and they are Twice under JYP Entertainment. Formed back in late 2015, Twice took K-pop by storm with their debut title track song “Like OOH-AHH.” It was so popular, it dethroned the two K-pop music videos from a girl group and boy band with the most views for a debut music video, “Fire” by 2NE1 and “Face” by Nu’est respectively. Since then, Twice has continued to break records with “Like OOH-AHH” and their next title track song from their first comeback last year, “Cheer Up.”
TWICE Keeps Breaking Records With ‘TT’ — JYP Entertainment Girl Group’s Music Video Hits 100 Million Views In 71 Days, The Fastest Time Reaching YouTube Milestone For K-Pop [Video] is an article from: The Inquisitr News