Kpop stars are finding their way into the spotlight as more and more celebrities make the jump from kpop to YouTube, thanks in part to the rise of YouTube’s Kpop Awards.
Now, Kpop Entertainment is bringing back the coveted YouTube-style competition to showcase the best of Kpop music on the platform.
The competition will feature the best new and classic kpop videos, along with music from popular artists like EXO, SHINee, EXO-K, GOT7, BIGBANG, BTS, BIGT, and more.
In order to enter, contestants will have to submit their videos via the official YouTube channel, with an option to submit by email.
Winners will be announced in June.
The YouTube-based competition will be called the YouTube Kpop Music Video Contest and will run from June 15 to July 20, with the winner announced on June 22.
The winners of the competition will also get access to exclusive content on the channel, including exclusive interviews with Kpop artists.
Kpop is a genre of dance music originating from South Korea.
The genre is based on dance and is primarily sung in English.
KPop is popular with millions of young people around the world.
The popularity of the genre is due to the many popular singers including BIGBAND, EXo, EXPO, and BTS.
K-pop stars have become increasingly popular in recent years, with many reaching the top of Billboard’s “Hot 100” list.
KTVs Kpop Stars and Kpop Vlogs were launched last year, and have since amassed over 4.5 million subscribers, with millions more watching online.
With YouTube’s upcoming Kpop Video Contest, K-Pop stars will be able to showcase their music to fans worldwide, which has long been an area of growth for the genre.
KSPA and Google recently announced the Kpop YouTube K-vlogs YouTube contest to help increase the popularity of K-pops.
KPMG and Baidu recently launched K-Pops on YouTube.
In the past, YouTube has hosted some of the most popular YouTube competitions, including the K-music Video Contest.
KUWX and KPopstars have a long history of performing together in a variety of venues.
The group also collaborated on the KPop Awards for a time.
SOURCE: MSNBC – Kpop, YouTube Contest Comments