BABYMONSTER’s Long-Awaited Debut Falls Flat

“So corny.”

Netizens reacted to BABYMONSTER’s “Batter Up” music video.

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On November 27, YG Entertainment released the much-anticipated music video to BABYMONSTER’s debut single, “Batter Up.”

The music video featured large, glamorous sets and extravagant props that the label has become famous for.

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Unfortunately, it seems netizens have now all too caught on to YG Entertainment’s visual ruses and are stating that the visuals now feel old.

Amid this, a post titled “YG Entertainment’s Music Video Clichés In Three Generations” went viral. In the post, the author uploaded clips from 2NE1

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YG Entertainment
YG Entertainment 

And BLACKPINK

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The images show how similar YG Entertainment videos are. The author then stated how the visuals seem to not have changed over the past decade.

Netizens reacted to the post with many stating they agreed with the post. Some even went as far as to say that YG Entertainment’s once genre-pushing visuals have become stale and corny.

  • “They haven’t changed at all.”
  • “This is seriously corny.”
  • “Kimchi jjigae, doenjang jjigae, YG, they are all similar.”
  • “YG is the only label that you can literally envision a sunbae artist singing their songs. The songs are all the same, it isn’t just their vocal techniques.”
  • “I think they used the least amount of money for BABYMONSTER.”
  • “Seeing it like this, they really haven’t changed all.”
  • “So corny.”

What are your thoughts? Check out BABYMONSTER’s long-awaited debut in the link below.

Source: theqoo

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