VIVIZ said they received 40 songs and chose one that ended up being MANIAC
Considering ITZY's popularity, they must have received many more songs than VIVIZ.
So why did they choose a song like that?
I heard that big companies receive a lot of songs but why…?
This is a shame
I thought since the last concept photo, it was too shocking.
When I saw this, it was too shocking.
And Cake's song was also just wow…
This concept photo reminded me a lot of aespa.
Mafia had many divided opinions but the results were found and they mentioned them a lot, but
Since LOCO, the general public simply lost interest in them.
The song also has no part that attracts trolls and there is no focus point either.
The sneakers only went up because they sent Chaeryeong to a variety show, but if you just look at the song, it was just meh.
They clearly get a lot of songs but it feels like they have no ears to listen to.
Even if you say that the members are the ones who choose the song, the employees are still the ones who make the final decision, are these the best ones they can choose?…
Source: Pann / Translation: KpopNetizen
Article: Why would JYP give that song to Itzy?
1. [+72, -57]
I feel like fans blame the company and the songs as their last resort out of ego, so it's a little sad. 1. They do not have any members that generate buzz like Jennie, Jang Wonyoung and Karina 2. Absence of their main vocalist 3. They do not have any fan attractors 4. There is no camaraderie between the members. Even if you need a good debut song to get a strong fan base, ITZY has nothing in 1,2,3,4.
2. [+71, -7]
For the kids telling others not to blame the company, are you implying that we should blame the members considering ITZY's level of visuals and skills…?
3. [+70, 0]
That's why I wonder if ITZY's AR team really put all their heart into choosing their songs and keeping up with the supply and demand of their releases.
4. [+48, 0]
Bet on Me was a good side song and the lyrics were very good. Can you go for that vibe?
5. [+44, 0]
JYP has a lot of pretty and talented girls, but I feel like the company isn't doing its job well lately.