“K-Poopers, where you at?”
The boys of K-Pop parody idol group BgA (short for Boys generally Asian) are back with another (hilarious) new single and we’ve already put it on replay.
Like the group’s “debut” single, the new track, titled “Who’s It Gonna Be”, has a strong comedic theme and some really infectious beats. Moreover, track is produced by member David Choi aka Daeyang.
The boys also released a funny 10-minute music video. But joking aside, the video clip highlights various issues faced by K-Pop stars. For example, Jun, who is the group’s main visual, gets more attention from their management while the other members are being shelved.
“Who’s it gonna be?/ Who’s it gonna be?/ Who’s gonna break out?/ Leave the rest to bleed,” sings BgA during the chorus.
Besides that, the music video also features the group’s fandom name and colour, some fan services (any Jun and Justin shippers in the house?), as well as a violin solo by Jun.
BgA is made up of YouTuber Ryan Higa R.O.P., actor Justin Chon aka J-Lite, Wong Fu Productions’ Philip Wang aka P-Dragon, YouTube singer David Choi, and violinist Jun Sung Ahn aka Jeungri. Their first single, titled “Dong Saya Dae”, topped the iTunes K-Pop shortly after its release.