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K-Popsicle: Gfriend, Taemin, Red Velvet, Mamamoo

Faced with the choice between genuine American pop music and the perfect facsimiles crafted by foreign scientist-geniuses running computer algorithms on said pop music (you think I’m exaggerating; read John Seabrook), I’d still pick the American stuff.
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