Block B’s Zico Awarded by KOMCA for his influence on K-Pop

Block B’s Zico updated his Instagram on Valentine’s Day with a photo of his award from KOMCA for his contributions to Korean music.

On February 14, Zico was awarded the “KOMCA Artist Award” from KOMCA (Korean Music Copyright Association) for his extensive contributions and huge influence on K-Pop.

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The inscription on the plaque read:

“This award has been given as a form of thanks and respect for helping Korea’s hip-hop scene advance and excel into the international sphere, and for his great influence on K-pop through the group Block B as well as individually.”

Zico has been prominent in the industry, both as a solo artist and as part of Block B. While he has a strong underground hip-hop reputation, he has also transformed his image to that of an urban R&B artist through songs such as “I am You, You are Me” and “It was Love”.

Congratulations to Zico for this huge career milestone!

Source: Sports Chosun

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