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[ARTICLE] 2NE1’s “Crush” Mentioned On soompi’s “9 K-Pop Jams About Being Unapologetically Yourself”

Answering to society’s standards can be so exhausting, especially because it takes away from one’s individuality and sorts people into boxes that simply do not fit their personality. It rather pulls them further away from their true selves.

Now, who doesn’t love a hype playlist that gives you a major self-esteem uplift throughout the day? Korean artists surely love to sing about unapologetically being themselves, and we’re lucky to have them share their positive music with us. Here is a mix of old and new hits that will give you all the boost you need to (humbly) boast about yourself.

5. 2NE1 – “Crush”

The quartet may not have invented the girl crush concept, but they sure knew how to keep it going! These fiery ladies embraced their identity in this track as they represent realness and don’t care about what others may think or say about them. Their main focus is to keep 2NE1’s legacy going and to welcome the love they receive in the process.

Source: soompi
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Gaon Chart Reveals That Girls’ Generation, 2NE1, And A Pink Are The Three Leading Girl Groups In Terms Of Sales

In the K-Pop world, girl groups are trending and they have been trending for a while–but which girl groups can we really say are the reigning queens of 2014? 

Gaon Chart has decided to find the answer by seeing which girl groups have come out on top in terms of sales. To assess the data, Gaon Chart has organized three different charts: the first compares girl groups’ digital song sales, the second compares album sales, and the third compares overall sales.  Continue reading

2NE1’s ‘Crush’ Is First K-Pop Entry on Year-End World Albums Chart

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The girl group ends a year of accolades by breaking one more record.

After breaking multiple chart records earlier this year, 2NE1 cap off 2014 with one more boundary-pushing victory.

The girl group’s Crush album ranks at No. 11 on Billboard‘s year-end World Albums chart. It’s the first time a K-pop act has notched an entry on the annual ranking that was first introduced in 1995.

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