When Will Girl’s Generation (SNSD) Disband for Good?

Let me start by saying I am by no means asking that they break up anytime soon,

but they’ve been around for so long that its a discussion worth having,

especially since they’ve been on the decline since Jessica left the group.

With their recent release of Holiday Night to help celebrate their ten year anniversary, SNSD managed to reach number 2 on the South Korean Gaon Album Chart. Number 2 just isn’t in the blood for a group that used to completely dominate the South Korean music charts.

This begs the question of when will SM Entertainment finally pull the plug on the girls?

Tiffany is constantly under fire; when was the last time you saw someone bias Fany?

As for the solo careers: Tiffany, Jessica, Seohyun and Hyoyeon have been doing mediocre jobs at building hype around their lone music ventures.

Though I do personally love Taeyeon’s solo career; I believe she has been the most successful.

SM Station is something I dread listening to after those embarrassingly average Hyoyeon solo debuts.

EXO: World Tour 3 – New Photobook and Live Album

EXO Planet 3 – The Exo’rDIUM

The South Korean kpop group is releasing a photobook and live album of their third world tour.

For American and European fans like myself, this is a chance to experience the group in its entirety.

Though, member Kai suffered and ankle injury and missed the first three months of the tour, I believe the photobook and live album will still include a good deal of full member content.

With hits like, “Ko Ko Bop”, “Monster”, “Growl”, “CALL ME BABY”, “The Eve”, and “LOVE ME RIGHT”, EXO is arguably one of the biggest and most important Korean boy bands of all time.

The only other contenders being BIGBANG and BTS.

(please don’t crucify me)

Who is your favorite member?










How BTS Continues to Top the Kpop Charts

Ever since their 2013 debut, BTS has been on a constant climb to success.

From their first song “No More Dream” to their recently released mini album Love Yourself ‘Her’

BTS has yet to reach their peak.

Jin, Suga, J-hope, Rap Monster, Jimin, V and Jungkook have worked incredibly hard to get to where they are, but how?

It all boils down to the lyrics in their first huge hit, DOPE.

“I stay up all night to work, everyday”

“While you’re playing in the club”

Though the Korean boy group has been at the top of their game for almost 5 years now, they show no intention of slowing down.

This is a group that takes pride in their work and knows what it takes to reach the big league.

The highenergy songs and dance.

Jimin’s peaceful solo songs.

This group has it all and their fanbase is no different.

Calling themselves ARMY; they truly are as aggressive force, helping BTS reach stardom.

All Time Low: So Wrong, It’s Right – 10 Year Anniversary

How well do you know the words to All Time Low’s album So Wrong, It’s Right?

Take the quiz here!

( https://www.playbuzz.com/aimatrabolmeicher10/how-well-do-you-know-the-words-to-all-time-low-s-so-wrong-its-right )

Though All Time Low are busy celebrating the release of their recent album Last Young Renegade


Let’s continue to wish for a 10 year tour of So Wrong, It’s Right in its entirety.

Which track are you most excited to see performed?

1. “This Is How We Do” 2:29
2. “Let It Roll” 3:00
3. “Six Feet Under the Stars” 3:36
4. “Holly (Would You Turn Me On?)” 3:52
5. “The Beach” 3:01
6. Dear Maria, Count Me In 3:02
7. “Shameless” 3:41
8. “Remembering Sunday” 4:16
9. “Vegas” 2:49
10. “Stay Awake (Dreams Only Last for a Night)” 3:34
11. “Come One, Come All” 3:32
12. “Poppin’ Champagne” 3:21

I am personally excited for This is How We Do!

Rock and Punk Inspired Guitar Riff Lesson with Tab

Maybe you’ve heard of the most popular alternate tuning: Drop D.

Maybe you haven’t.

Today’s fun lesson utilizes the tuning in order to play some really easy and great sounding riffs.

Standard tuning is EADGBe. Drop D is DADGBe.

You can drop your fattest guitar string a whole step with the help of any guitar tuning mobile application or by ear. There are plenty of helpful ways today via the internet. Anyone can become a guitar player.


This is the riff we’ll be learning.

If you’ve never read a tablature, the numbers correspond to the frets.

They are all incredibly similar with a small change to the end of each one that offers a little bit of what us musicians call “flavor” to the riff.

*  = palm muted

h = hammer-on

At the end of riff 2 is a 7 on the D string.

At the end of riff 3 is a 12 on the A string.

These notes are technically the same, but included them both. It’s personal preference.

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