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    BoA (K-Pop)

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    BoA (K-Pop)

    Post by xChibiK_Eddx on February 7th 2011, 9:11 am

    When I was having a youtube search for a particular anime, I found an amv with this singer in and she is AMAZING. Her tunes are so catchy and I instantly fell in love with her! She is a Korean Pop singer from what I've gathered but her English music is awesome!!! I've already downloaded several of her songs - lush :)!








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    Re: BoA (K-Pop)

    Post by hettybobcat on February 7th 2011, 3:22 pm

    I was familiar with BoA from her Japanese singing on InuYasha and about last year, I think, my in-laws were watching KBS World (the Korean channel) and I recognized her voice on the late night music variety show. I said, "I didn't know she was Korean!" But even Jack and Suk-Cha were familiar with her. Her singing is great!
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    Re: BoA (K-Pop)

    Post by Apsylus on February 19th 2011, 8:13 pm

    A friend of mine from Korea mailed me one of her earlier albums, back when her voice obviously hadn't matured yet and she still had a little bit of meat on her bones. She's kind of doing a Lady Gaga thing these days, trying to be edgy and what not, which is cool I guess, but I preferred her prim and proper hip hop days when her squeaky high pitched voice hit the roof and back. lulz

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