Popular Kpop Idol’s Entire Upcoming Solo Mini-Album Deemed Unfit For Broadcast, Why?

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KARD’s BM’s first solo mini-album have been deemed unfit for broadcast by KBS.

According to Star News on the 2nd of May, BM’s first solo mini-album ‘Element’ received an unfit for broadcast judgment for all five songs, including the title track ‘Nectar’, in the KBS Gaon Music Evaluation results announced on the 1st.

BM’s solo mini-album ‘Element’ is set to be released on the 7th of May. The album includes the title track ‘Nectar’ as well as ‘Embers’, ‘Loyalty’, ‘Motion’, and ‘Badgirl Badboy’.

The reason for the unfit for broadcast judgment of ‘Nectar’ according to the KBS Gaon Music Evaluation is “lyrics that are excessively depicted in a provocative manner”. In addition, ‘Loyalty’ had issues with mentioning a specific product brand (in violation of Regulation 46 of the Broadcasting Review Regulations, which restricts advertising effects), and the other three songs were criticized for profanity, vulgar language, indecent expressions, and provocative lyrics.

If a song receives an unfit for broadcast judgment from the KBS Gaon Music Evaluation, the problematic lyrics can be modified (or deleted) and a re-evaluation can be requested. The song must pass the evaluation in order to be released through KBS programs (TV, radio, etc.).

In relation to this, DSP Media, BM’s agency, stated, “We plan to request a re-evaluation for only the title track, ‘Nectar’.”

Source: (A)

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