Blogged By: Entertainer La Tray
Blog Source: YouTube / Wikipedia / TVXQ Official Website
Video Credit: YouTube -1. (Superstar) 2. Why? Keep Your Head Down 3. jyjtour (“JYJ” Ayy Girl Feat. Kanye West and Malik Yusef) 4. HDBSK (Purple Line)
Posted: Tuesday July 19, 2011 @ 8:45 pm PST
TVXQ is a very entertaining group. If you listen to their music, you wouldn’t even know it was in a foreign language. Their music is a mixture of Pop, Dance, Hip-Hop, Rap, Electronic, and R&B. This group originally had five members, however, lawsuits against the group’s record label divided the group into a duo in 2009. U-Know Yunho and Max Changmin are carrying the group’s name TVXQ and releasing music as a duo. The former three band members formed a new group called JYJ which is Hero Jaejoong, Micky Yoochun, and Xiah Junsu.
TVXQ is a South Korean group that releases music in Korean, Japanese, and English. Their name stands for Tong Vfang Xien Qi which means The Rising Gods of the East. They have been called The Gods of K-Pop. Their music videos and live performances is hip and exciting to watch and listen to. This group can dance and sing. Their style captures the audience attention. Also, they are quite fashionable, both TVXQ and JYJ.
When the group had five members, “Purple Line” became the groups first number one song. They have many more hit songs and they have won several music awards including a large fan base. Even breaking the Guinness World Records with having the largest official fan club which is said to be well over one million worldwide.
As a duo, Why? Keep Your Head Down reached number one on the charts in Korea and Japan in early 2011. It seems that TVXQ is doing just fine as a duo. Their new song is entitled “Superstar’ which is highly anticipated by their fans. It’s sure to be another hit added to their successful career.
TVXQ’s New Single is “Superstar” July 20, 2011: Preview
WHY? KEEP YOUR HEAD DOWN MUSIC VIDEO: (As A Duo)
JYJ “AYY GIRL” MUSIC VIDEO FEATURING KANYE WEST AND MALIK YUSEF
TVXQ PURPLE LINE: (5 Members)
Official Korean Website:http://tvxq.smtown.com/
Official Japanese Website:http://toho-jp.net/index.html