简介 Girl group aespa’s English-language single “Better Things” was chosen as one of the “Best Songs of ...
Girl group aespa’s English-language single “Better Things” was chosen as one of the “Best Songs of 2023” listed by New York Times.
It is the only K-pop song on the list that described it as “a K-pop kiss-off with ingeniously cascading vocal harmonies and absolutely no regrets.”
The minimal dance tune was dropped in August and was put on stage for the first time at the group’s concert in Los Angeles in advance.
Last month, the foursome released its fourth EP “Drama” that became its third consecutive album to sell over one million copies in the first week and fourth album to enter Billboard 200, hitting the main albums chart at No. 33.
In the meantime, the band was named as among the “25 most influential women of 2023” selected by Financial Times. It was the only entry from Korea.
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