Monsta X follow BTS and Blackpink as US music companies scramble to sign up K-pop acts

//Monsta X follow BTS and Blackpink as US music companies scramble to sign up K-pop acts

Monsta X follow BTS and Blackpink as US music companies scramble to sign up K-pop acts

In July 2017, K-pop boy band Monsta X played their first shows in the US: two nights at the 2,400-capacity The Novo in downtown Los Angeles. The concerts were hotly tipped among the genre’s superfans, who loved the brash aesthetic of singles such as Rush. But they were only just beginning to break through to American audiences.What a difference two years makes. In August, the group will return to LA to headline the massive Staples Centre, an indication of their ascent into K-pop’s A-list. And…

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By | 2019-07-06T18:30:11+00:00 July 6th, 2019|Music|Comments Off on Monsta X follow BTS and Blackpink as US music companies scramble to sign up K-pop acts