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Crayon Pop
크레용팝
Crayon Pop in December 2013.jpg
Crayon Pop in December 2013 - From left to right: Cho-a, Way, Ellin, Gum-mi, So-yul
Background information
OriginSeoul, South Korea
GenresK-pop, Dance, Pop
Years active2012–present
LabelsChrome Entertainment
CJ E&M Music
Sony Music Entertainment
Associated actsK-Much
WebsiteOfficial Website
Official Fan Website
Official Youtube Channel
Official Twitter
Official Facebook
MembersGum-mi
Ellin
Cho-a
Way
So-yul
 
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Crayon Pop
크레용팝
Crayon Pop in December 2013.jpg
Crayon Pop in December 2013 - From left to right: Cho-a, Way, Ellin, Gum-mi, So-yul
Background information
OriginSeoul, South Korea
GenresK-pop, Dance, Pop
Years active2012–present
LabelsChrome Entertainment
CJ E&M Music
Sony Music Entertainment
Associated actsK-Much
WebsiteOfficial Website
Official Fan Website
Official Youtube Channel
Official Twitter
Official Facebook
MembersGum-mi
Ellin
Cho-a
Way
So-yul

Crayon Pop (Hangul: 크레용팝) is a five-member South Korean girl group formed in 2012 under Chrome Entertainment. Formed in early 2012, the group consists of Gum-mi, Ellin, Way, Cho-a and Soyul. Crayon Pop debuted on June 24, 2012 with the release of both the Korean and Japanese music videos for their first single "Bing Bing", followed by the release of their first EP, "The 1st Mini Album".[1]

Crayon Pop's popularity rose with the release of "Bar Bar Bar", which began to draw interest and went on to become viral due to their unique stage outfits and choreography.[2] "Bar Bar Bar" gradually began to climb the Korean digital music charts, eventually reaching the upper positions of most major real time chart listings, including reaching number #1 on the weekly Billboard's Korea K-Pop Hot 100 for the first time after a full 6 weeks on release.[3]

On 13 August 2013, Crayon Pop's agency Chrome Entertainment signed a partnership contract with Sony Music. Sony will be involved in the publishing of Crayon Pop's future albums as well as assisting in promotional activities both at home and overseas.[4][5][6]

Crayon Pop will release their fifth single album 'Uh-ee' or 'Hey' (tentative title) on the March 31, 2014, and to gear their fans up for the release, shots from the album jacket have been released. The jacket takes on a magazine pictorial type of concept showing Crayon Pop's ramie fabric outfits, a fabric often used in traditional Korean clothing. They will perform their new single during their first comeback showcase with media outlets on the 28th and public showcase at Gwanghwamun Plaza on the 29th at 7 PM KST.[7]

In June 2014, the group is set to open for American-singer Lady Gaga's ArtRave: The Artpop Ball concert tour in selected North American tour dates.[8]

History[edit]

Pre-debut[edit]

The group was initially named Hurricane Pop consisting of members Serang (Mari), Gum-mi, Ellin, Cho-a, and So-yul.[9] Serang, a former leader of the disbanded girl group Coin Jackson, left the group shortly before their promotions started in order to pursue an acting career.[10] Cho-a's younger twin sister, Way, was then added to preserve the group as a quintet. The group was later renamed to Crayon Pop prior to their debut.

So Yul was part of a short-lived K-Pop duo called Chic'6 Muscats before joining Crayon Pop.[11] Way also had prior involvement in the music industry as a member of indie band N.Dolphin, she left the group when given the chance to join her sister in Crayon Pop.

2012: Debut[edit]

Crayon Pop on September 13, 2012

Crayon Pop began their promotions in Japan, using their time there to film music videos for their debut track. The group officially debuted on June 24, 2012 with the release of both the Korean and Japanese music videos for their first single "Bing Bing".[1][12]

After multiple teasers, the music video for their second single "Saturday Night" was released on July 17, 2012.[13] The Japanese version, as well as an alternate version of the original with new footage were released on July 24, 2012.[14]

Their first EP, "The 1st Mini Album", was released on July 18, 2012 which included both "Bing Bing" and "Saturday Night".[15] The girls made their official stage debut the following day on 19 July 2012, performing "Saturday Night" on Mnet's M! Countdown.[16]

The group released their second EP "Dancing Queen" on October 23, 2012, which consisted of a new single "Dancing Queen" along with an alternative version of "Bing Bing".[17]

2013: Success in Japan and Comeback with 'Bar Bar Bar'[edit]

Returning to Japanese promotions, Crayon Pop held a mini-concert on January 6, 2013 in Shibuya, Tokyo. Tickets went on sale on December 11, 2012, and sold out in under an hour. As a result of considerable demand from fans unable to purchase tickets, Chrome Entertainment announced that another Japanese concert would be held at a later date.[18]

On January 25, 2013 Crayon Pop made their official comeback, performing a remixed version of "Bing Bing" with new choreography on KBS Music Bank before making an appearance on MBC Show! Music Core the next day.[19]

Having assured Japanese fans of another concert following their successful mini-concert in Tokyo, Chrome Entertainment staged a second mini-concert, this time in Osaka, on February 22, 2013.[20]

On June 8, 2013, Crayon Pop performed a preview version of their new song "Bar Bar Bar" (Hangul: 빠빠빠) live for the first time.[21][22] A story version music video was uploaded to YouTube on June 13 before the song's digital release on June 20, 2013. Following the release of a dance version music video for "Bar Bar Bar" on June 23, 2013 Crayon Pop at first drew interest despite their unique stage outfits and choreography. It managed to stay at the top of the Billboard K-pop Hot 100 chat for over a month.[23] As the song went viral, "Bar Bar Bar" gradually began to climb the Korean digital music charts, eventually reaching the upper positions of most major real time chart listings. "Bar Bar Bar" ranked #1 on the weekly Billboard's Korea K-Pop Hot 100 chart for the first time after a full 6 weeks on release.[3] It solidified its viral status when "a parody video of its choreography was aired on a segment of SNL Korea" in August.

As of March 2014, "Bar Bar Bar" currently has more than 15 Million Views in YouTube.[24]

On August 25, 2013 Crayon Pop performed for the first time in the United States.[25] The group performed the songs "Bar Bar Bar" and "Dancing Queen" at the annual convention KCON which was hosted at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena from August 24–25, 2013. A fan meetup was scheduled for their appearance at  KCON '13 but was later cancelled.

Despite coming from a non major company, Crayon Pop recorded their first ever win at KBS Music Bank with "Bar Bar Bar" on 30 August 2013, beating EXO's Growl.[26]

On Friday November 22, Crayon Pop collaborated with Norwegian duo, Ylvis to perform a special stage on the 2013 Mnet Asian Music Awards.[27] Crayon Pop later on received their first ever major award by winning the Best New Female Artist while Ylvis won the International Favorite Artist award respectively.[28]

Crayon Pop released their MV for their Christmas digital single, "Lonely Christmas" on December 1 and later on made their comeback stage at Mnet's M! Countdown on December 5.[29][30]

2013: UK Radio Debut & Australia Fan Meeting[edit]

On Tuesday 1 October and Saturday 5 October,[31] Crayon Pop spoke in English on the UK's only radio show dedicated to Korean music, K-Pop Korner.[32] Despite not speaking English, the group explained to host Adam Riley[33] who they were and expressed their desire to work with One Direction.

An expanded written interview was subsequently published on 2 November 2013 on UK media website, Cubed3,[34] where the members discussed how they would love to see Psy mimic the dance from the Bar Bar Bar video, what video game they would like to be in, and various other subjects.

On 3 November 2013, Crayon Pop went overseas to Sydney, Australia for a week to perform and to attend two separate fan signing event.[35] Crayon Pop also appeared on Australia's ABC show program, "Wacky World Beaters" & the SBS program SBSPopAsia and also did a guerilla performance in front of the Sydney Opera House.[36][37]

2013: First & Second Solo Concert[edit]

Due to Crayon Pop's increasing popularity, Chrome Entertainment announced that Crayon Pop would held its first solo concert titled "1st POPCON in Seoul". As a token of appreciation, the concert was free to attend and 100%, My Name, Bumkey and The SeeYa also appeared as special guests. The concert was successfully held at 30 October 2013.[38]

Crayon Pop held their second solo concert on 15 November 2013 at Zepp DiverCity, Tokyo with over 2,000 fans, 30 media outlets, and 200 representatives in the music industry attended the concert.[39]

2014: Collaboration with Kim Jang-hoon & Lady Gaga[edit]

On February 1, veteran rock singer Kim Jang-hoon collaborated with Crayon Pop and released "Hero" for the "Korea Fireman Project" in dedication to fire fighters who risked their lives to help others. The entire Profits of the song will be donated towards Charities and the families of the fire fighters.[40] Crayon Pop and Kim Jang Hoon later on held a surprise concert titled ‘Cray-Hoon Pop’ at the Gangnam M Stage, Seoul on February 17, featuring a performance from Crayon Pop's fellow label mates, K-Much.[41]

Crayon Pop performed as the opening act for Hunan TV's "Lantern Festival Program" on February 14, 2014, marking their debut on a TV show in Mainland China.[42] This was Crayon Pop's second performance in Mainland China, the first being at the 'The 23rd Qingdao International Beer Festival' in Qingdao on August 9, 2013.[43]

On March 21, American pop star Lady Gaga announced on her Twitter account that Crayon Pop will be opening her upcoming ArtRave: The Artpop Ball in 11 cities across North America from June 26 through July 22, along with a link to the music video of their viral hit "Bar Bar Bar". [44] Crayon Pop will be the second Korean to perform as an opening act for Lady Gaga, the first being Lee Jung-hyun back in 2009.[45] Due to the latest announcment of Crayon Pop being the opening act for 12 dates in Lady Gaga's artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball, Crayon Pop decided to postpone the release of their first official full length album, which was originally planned to be released in June.[46][47]

2014: Hong Kong Fan Meeting & Comeback[edit]

On March 23, Crayon Pop went oversees and held their first ever fan meeting in Hong Kong, which was attened by more then 1000 fans and over 70 media outlets.[48]

Crayon Pop will be having their comeback with "UH-EE!" (tentative title: "Hey") in late March. Star News and Ilgan Sports published photos of what seems to be their jacket photo shooting. The girls are dressed from hanbok-inspired clothes, with pants drawn to their knees, sky blue skirts, and a golden band around their waist. Replacing their famous helmets will be bandanas, and they'll be wearing traditional white rubber shoes instead of heels or sneakers. Their label, Chrome Entertainment said, "We used Korean traditional clothing because of their comfort, practicality and uniqueness. The girls have been wearing modernized hanbok for their New Year's greeting and photoshoots, and they fell in love with it. They actively expressed that they wanted their stage outfit motif to be the traditional clothes." Kang Jin Woo of the producer team Dumb & Dumber behind Crayon Pop's "Dancing Queen" and "Saturday Night" created the upcoming title track instead of "Bar Bar Bar" creator Kim Yoo Min. The girls will have a showcase on the 29th and have their first comeback stage on the 3rd of April on Mnet's 'Global M! Countdown'. [49]

Crayon Pop released a MV teaser for their fifth single album, "UH-EE!" on 23 March 2014.[50][51]

Criticism[edit]

The group has been criticised for allegedly copying the Japanese girl group Momoiro Clover Z.[52]

Members[edit]

Stage name[53]Birth nameBirthday[54]
RomanizedHangulRomanizedHangul
Gum-mi금미Baek Bo-ram백보람(1988-06-18) June 18, 1988 (age 25)
Ellin엘린Kim Min-young김민영(1990-04-02) April 2, 1990 (age 23)
Cho-a초아Heo Min-jin허민진(1990-07-12) July 12, 1990 (age 23)
Way웨이Heo Min-seon허민선(1990-07-12) July 12, 1990 (age 23)
So-yul소율Park Hye-kyeong박혜경(1991-05-15) May 15, 1991 (age 22)

Concerts[edit]

Discography[edit]

Extended plays[edit]

TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positionsSales & Certifications
Gaon
Weekly

[55]
Gaon
Monthly

[56]
The 1st Mini Album
The Streets Go Disco513
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Single albums[edit]

TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positionsSales & Certifications
Gaon
Weekly

[55]
Gaon
Monthly

[56]
Dancing Queen
  • Released: October 24, 2012
  • Label: Chrome Entertainment
  • Format: Digital download
Bar Bar Bar
  • Released: June 20, 2013
  • Label: Chrome Entertainment, CJ E&M Music
  • Format: CD, Digital download
2143
Lonely Christmas
  • Released: November 26, 2013
  • Label: Chrome Entertainment, Sony Music Entertainment
  • Format: CD, Digital download
619
Uh-ee
  • Released: April 1, 2014
  • Label: Chrome Entertainment, Sony Music Entertainment
  • Format: CD, Digital download
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Singles[edit]

YearTitlePeak chart positionsSalesAlbum
KOR
Gaon

[60]
KOR
Billboard

[61]
AUS Hitseeker
[62]
Korean language
2012
"Bing Bing"The 1st Mini Album
"Saturday Night"
"Dancing Queen"156
  • KOR: 19,177+ (DL)
Dancing Queen
2013"Bar Bar Bar"3114
  • KOR: 1,059,306+ (DL)
The Streets Go Disco
"Lonely Christmas"1217
  • KOR: 356,858+ (DL)
Lonely Christmas
2014"Hero"
(with Kim Jang-hoon)
13771
  • KOR: 12,234+ (DL)[63]
Non-album single
"Uh-ee"Uh-ee
Japanese language
2012
"1,2,3,4"N/A
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Other charted songs[edit]

YearTitlePeak chart positionsAlbum
KOR
Gaon

[60]
KOR
Billboard

[61]
2013
"Bar Bar Bar 2.0"18498The Streets Go Disco
"Dancing Queen 2.0"4344
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Music Videos[edit]

TitleYearM/V
Saturday Night2012Link
Bing Bing2012Link
Bar Bar Bar (빠빠빠)2013Link
Dancing Queen 2.02013Link
Lonely Christmas (꾸리스마스)2013Link
Hero (히어로)2014Link
Uh-ee (어이)2014Link

List of awards and nominations[edit]

MTV IGGY's[edit]

YearRecipientAwardResult
2013Crayon PopArtist of the WeekWon

28th Golden Disk Awards[edit]

YearRecipientAwardResult
2013Crayon Pop 'Bar Bar Bar'New Rising StarWon

Melon Music Awards[edit]

YearRecipientAwardResult
2013Crayon PopHot Trend AwardWon
Bar Bar BarMusic Video AwardNominated

Mnet Asian Music Awards[edit]

YearRecipientAwardResult
2013Crayon PopBest New Female ArtistWon
Artist of the YearNominated
Bar Bar BarBest Dance Performance – Female GroupNominated
BC - UnionPay Song of the yearNominated

Style Icon Awards[edit]

YearRecipientAwardResult
2013Crayon PopNew IconWon

Hawaii International Music Award Festival (HIMAF)[edit]

YearRecipientAwardResult
2013Crayon PopRising StarWon

KBS Music Festival[edit]

YearRecipientAwardResult
2013Crayon PopArtist Of The YearNominated

Korean Updates Awards[edit]

YearRecipientAwardResult
2013Crayon PopBest New Girl GroupWon

Asia Model Festival Awards[edit]

YearRecipientAwardResult
2014Crayon PopNew Star AwardWon

Gaon Chart K-Pop Awards[edit]

YearRecipientAwardResult
2014Crayon PopHot Trend AwardWon

Music programs[edit]

Music Bank[edit]

YearDateSong
2013August 30"Bar Bar Bar"

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