Seems like there is a lot of things in Korean music industry that singer Lee Seung Chul doesn’t like. He previously criticized the revealing clothes of girl groups and now he expressed his dissatisfaction with how new composers find it difficult to enter the music market.
The veteran singer said, “K-Pop these days has about 10 composers writing hundreds of songs for singers. If singers who think the ideas of students majoring in practical music are good start working with them, K-Pop will become more colorful and richer.”
Lee Seung Chul also said, that meeting a new composer makes him very happy, and revealed that he included two songs that were written by students from the Dong-Ah Institute of Media and Arts, titled ‘One Lazy Day’ and ‘I Need to Get On the Bus That Comes at 40.’
He concluded, “I hope many singers meet new composers and start working with them.”
Article by: Karolina
Edited by: Alona
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