Why so many hate for momoland? In some point, you have to admit that Bboom bboom and Baam are pretty catchy, upbeat and energetic… Their concept might not the original but good songs are good songs

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    The dancing, costumes & concept seem ok. The voices seem weak compared to Mamamoo, but that can be said of every k-girl-group I have ever listened too.
    Ps: I don’t hate them. I never paid any attention to them until I followed your link.

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      I agree. Momoland is obviously not power vocal group like Mamamoo.. Their concept is all about cute, young n a bit sexy (?), which is pretty generic.
      Apparently from most comments I’ve seen are accusing them of plagiarize (in terms of song melody, dance moves and mv concept), some members are racist (??), their songs are trashy and their company is said to bulk buying the group’s album.. 😳😳

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    I was honestly quite disappointed with this song. I can’t say that I loved “Bboom Bboom”, but yes, it is very catchy and fun. This song however, is practically copy-paste of “Bboom Bboom”. (Even the name – Baam – Bboom Bboom. And I’ve read the choreography is very similar too).

    I understand that after making a breakthrough their company would want to solidify their popularity with another hit and so they played it safe. Momoland is not the only one coming with a copy-paste song after a breakthrough hit, I know, but this was a bit too much for me. I am not hating on them as a group, I believe they are all very lovely, beautiful and talented, I just wish their producers got a bit more creative and were less obvious about this.
    At least it worked and they are charting.

    Now I am afraid Pentagon will make a comeback with title “Light” from album “Optimistic”.

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      I see… Now I understand what is the main problem with momoland. I heard that they come from small company, so they did want to play it safe to secure their popularity. Well, maybe in the future momoland can do more better… It would be sad if they end up like Crayon Pop.

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        Even Crayon Pop did have a few years of popularity, I believe. I see people keep mentioning them as an example of a one-hit wonder, but from Wikipedia it seems they were successful for a while.

        I think the next comeback or the one after that is going to be different. EXID was mentioned a lot as another copy-paste group (“Up and Down” and “Ah Yeah” being the songs in question), but now they are doing different concepts too. 🙂

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