Fans Furious With YG For Leaving Out Hanbin From Song Credit, YG Explains

Published Categorized as Kpop

iKON fans fury with YG continues to escalate and this recent incident only made it worse.

On June 27, veteran idol Eun Ji Won (who is part of YG Entertainment) released a solo album. Initially, fans were happily streaming his songs when suddenly some noticed a very strange thing, one of the songs sounds eerily similar to a song former iKON member Hanbin wrote and produced.

That song was available on V Live; Hanbin had teased the song to his fans and talked about it on a broadcast.

Fans were furious after taking a look at the song credits, the song ‘Worthless’ had no mention of Hanbin’s name anywhere. Fans began trending #CreditHanbin on twitter.

The hashtag quickly climbed up worldwide trend coming in first place. Fans were demanding YG credits Hanbin for his hard work, many expressing their disappointment with the way YG had and still is treating Hanbin.

Initially, YG released a statement telling news outlets they’ll look into it. Later they returned with a statement admitting the song was co-composed by Hanbin.

They told news outlet JoyNews24 his name was not included on the tracklist due to his personal request. The agency assured fans he will be registered to the Korean Music Copyright Association as a writer of the song.

Despite YG’s response, many fans couldn’t wrap their heads around the explanation provided by the agency.

What do you think of this?

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  1. Oh i agree with your sentiments whole heartedly. Why would a songwriter ever not want credits on their song. It’s a piece of them… It just doesn’t make sense. Though it might be that Hanbin did say that, personally I find that to be very less probable.
    Also 100 percent agree with you on YGE’s “hidden talent”.

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