Not all k-pop groups are created equal and not all achieve the fame and success they presumably hope to achieve. Most of these groups are shit, because most of everything is shit. Even mathematically speaking, 49.9% of all groups will be below average, because that’s how numbers work. However, some groups don’t make it despite being quite good, and one such group is TREN-D.
TREN-D don’t even have a wikipedia entry, that’s how little people cared about them. If you google their name, they don’t show up as the first entry.
‘TREN-D is a group and they do songs I guess idk lol’
Even K-Pop Wiki can barely muster a short paragraph about them, before presumably giving up and going back to furiously jerking off to those pictures of Girl’s Day dressed as police officers.
Oh brave new world that has such creatures in’t
TREN-D did one song, however, that rocks my tits off. That song is ‘Jeong’. Here it is – drink it in, friend. It always goes down smooth.
Jeong (curiously romanised by TREN-D’s agency as ‘Jung’) is actually a cover of a song from about a billion years ago (the 1990s) which sounds like dogshit today because Korean sound engineering in the Before Time was not exactly what one could describe as ‘any good at all.’
So, TREN-D, knowing that people like an old jam, took that song, stuck a rap in it because K-Pop absolutely must have a rap shoved into every song or else fuck you there is no escape, released their fancy MV with their funny skirts, and… sank without a trace.
Except, for some reason, in Russia. I don’t know why.
Google translate renders that first comment as “Of course, I do not understand what they were singing, but they fucking.”