The relentless push of K-Pop is backed by powerful lobbyists in South Korea.
I will reject any call to arms in the Korean peninsula, even at the risk of upsetting the greatest Pseudo-American of our time, Aubrey Graham. Let's not peer into the mindset of a deranged Aubrey Graham as he witnesses his SoundCloud streaming record reduced to mush by a K-Pop bandmate with plans to go solo. With that said check out "ì½ì (Promise)," the latest musical offering to come out of the BTS' production house.
Make no mistake about it, K-Pop has the kind of Global outreach only rivaled by someone of Drake's standing. Up until right this second, Drake held the SoundCloud record of 4.9 million streams in a 24 hour period for his "Duppy Freestyle" diss directed at Pusha-T - compared to the totals engendered by Jimin of K-Pop juggernaut BTS within the same timeframe: a startling 8.5 million.
Jimin's encroachment on Drake's "turf" is obviously not a call to arms in the biblical sense. K-Pop superstars like Jimin are uniquely positioned to beat Drake at his own game (monopoly). What if Jimin re-recorded a Drake song, running him obsolete in the foreign market. Fight, flight, or do one better - the next move is yours Aubrey Graham.