K-pop princesses Girls' Generation are set to make a comeback early next year with a brand new Japanese single.
Not only will it be the group's first J-pop single since Galaxy Supernova was released a year-and-a-half ago, it'll also be their first new music since member Jessica Jung was fired in late September.
The remaining Girls' Generation members just wrapped up their special Tokyo Dome concert last night for 50,000 fans, while Jessica recently performed with rapper Ja Rule in Las Vegas and is currently promoting a signature line of $200 scarves in China.
It'll be interesting to see how the group's first release without Jessica does on the charts; do you think they'll tank, or come back stronger than ever before?
Protest music aside, there is a slew of good underground music out today
An invigorating slew of protest music hit the shelves today.
Detroit-based emcee Tee Grizzley collaborated with Queen Naija and the Detroit Youth Choir to craft a melodic ballad that attempts to open up a dialogue with police. Meanwhile, alt-Jazz pioneer Terrace Martin took a different approach in his collaboration with Denzel Curry, Daylyt, G Perico, and Kamasi Washington, with "Pigs Feet" being more of an angry f*ck you than an attempt at communication.