These 20+ K-Pop Artists Had Songs Titled The Same (Or Almost The Same) As Their Group Name

Did you know about these same-name songs?

Many different K-Pop artists end up with the same song names as other groups’ songs, which usually doesn’t cause any issues since some subjects and concepts are more popular than others. Some artists, however, end up with songs that are named after themselves! Oftentimes these are debut tracks or at least songs early on in an artist’s career, and they’ve been met with varying levels of success. Here are 20+ K-Pop artists who have tried out this concept!

1. Girls’ Generation: “Girls’ Generation”

2. BOYFRIEND: “Boyfriend”

3. Playback: “Playback”

4. woo!ah!: “woo!ah!”

5. TINY-G: “TINY-G”

6. Semina: “Semina”

7. WA$$UP: “Wa$$up”

8. Trouble Maker: “Trouble Maker”

9. 1TYM: “1TYM”

10. GIRLS GIRLS: “GIRLS GIRLS”

11. Lalary: “LALARY”

12. JBJ: “J.B.J”

13. MR.MR: “MR.MR”

14. TEEN TOP: “Teen Top”

15. B.A.P: “B.A.P”

16. PENTAGON: “PENTAGON”

17. BIGBANG: “BIG BANG”

18. HELLOVENUS: “Venus”

19. Cici: “CC” (The Hangul is the same!)

20. ToppDogg: “TOPDOG”

21. DreamNote: “DREAM NOTE”

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