I am now, how you young kids now-a-day say, "stanning" this relatively new American-Korean R&B Hip Hop group, Aziatix. Their CD, Nocturnal, is pretty good. For the most part I like all of their songs. This will be sort of a group review (which may not be coherent as I am so damn tired). But I have nothing bad to say about them, so it will not be a "LOLERPALOOZA" or a "troll" article.
But, damn, Eddie. Cut your hair. You look much better with shorter hair. Seriously.
Eddie Shin here actually released a solo album in Korea back in 2005 under Cube Entertainment up until 2009 with three singles. After a while, he claimed he was, "done with this bullshit" and ended up leaving to suddenly re-surface with AZIATIX.
Now, every group needs a rapper apparently, and Jay Park's their guy. No, not ex-2PM member, Jay Park. FLOWSIK (his stage name) Jay Park.
There's a third guy. I forgot everything about him. But I mean, he's good too and all.
Their only handicap whilst trying to make it big in Korea though is that they work with Jae Chong. For those of you who do not follow who the songwriters and composers are, in short, he is a Korean-American who works with people like Coco Lee, BoA, Vanness Wu, Jolin Tsai, etc... and created Taiwan's first hip hop company, MACHI Entertainment. Which is great, but... he has also worked with JYJ on producing their English CD. I am sure I just heard most of you gasp in horror and disbelief. Yes. I said it. J.Y.J. So, I am sure many of you will have immediate biases against this poor group considering half the world seems to be tired of JYJ stirring shit up.
And like every other Korean artist, they hope to break into the North American music scene with their "cool and fresh beats". Being that all of their songs are already in English and that they all grew up in the US, I think these boys actually have a good chance. Their music is great, and that's what really matters in the music industry, am I right?
=___=" Who am I kidding.