Frogtoon Music - Genre information for K-Pop
K-pop means Korean pop, which is a musical genre, sometimes described more as an umbrella term, consisting of different music styles, including hip-hop, rap, jazz, r&b, dance, rock music and ballads. The name for the genre is first recorded in English around 1990–95. Strongly influenced by Western popular music, K-pop took off in 1992 with Seo Taiji and Boys, who incorporated rap, rock, and dance elements into Korean popular music.
Modern K-pop "idol" culture began later in the 1990s, as K-pop idol music grew into a subculture. The very first group in K-Pop to exist was H.O.T., which debuted in 1996 and has been credited as the group that started the Korean pop culture. K-Pop Every artist, every band, and every song you can imagine, from the newest to the oldest, are easily accessible through Frogtoon Music. Get ready to indulge yourself and allow the music to enrich your soul, ignite your passion, awaken your emotions, and bring back some beautiful memories. The following is a directory of top artists and bands from K-Pop:
As you visit their pages, you will be presented with a list of popular videos, top tracks, recommended mixes, and music from all the albums they released. In addition, within each page, you can access and discover music from similar artists and bands.