10 Black Women Killing It In The K-Pop Songwriting Game Right Now

These women are behind some of your favorite songs from EXO, Taeyeon, and more!

While there may not be many artists of black descent on the K-Pop stage, there are plenty of them working behind the scenes to create the songs we all know and love. Take a look at 10 black women you never knew have been killing it in the K-Pop game as composers and producers.

1. Tayla Parx

Some of Tayla Parx’s most notable K-Pop works include BTS’s “Mic Drop”

and Red Velvet’s “Dumb Dumb”

2. Rodnae “Chikk” Bell

Some of “Chikk”’s most notable K-Pop works include EXO’s “Monster”

Taeyeon’s “Why”

NCT 127’s “Kick It”

and Girls’ Generation’s “Mr. Mr.”.

3. Bianca “Blush” Atterberry

Some of Blush’s most notable K-Pop works include EXO’s “Bad Dream”

NCT 127’s “Love Song”

and Taeyeon’s “Find Me”.

4. Asia’h Epperson

Asia’h Epperson worked on EXO’s “Obsession”.

5. Livvi Franc

Livvi Franc worked on NCT Dream’s “Bye My First”.

6. Lyrica Anderson

Lyrica Anderson worked on BoA’s “Only One”.

7. Mayila Jones

Mayila Jones worked on NCT 127’s “Kick It” with Chikk.

8. RaVaughn Nichelle Brown

RaVaughn Nichelle Brown worked on SHINee’s “Replay”.

9. Soaky Siren

Soaky Siren worked on NCT 127’s “Switch”.

10. Priscilla Renea Hamilton

Priscilla Renea Hamilton worked on Girls’ Generation’s “I’m a Diamond”.

Source: @nct_chihiro
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