SHINee’s “Odd” – An Album Review
by: Raine — Not that I’m biased as a Shawl, but this is one fantastic collection of music. The focus of SHINee’s fourth studio album is their longevity and success as a frontrunner in K-pop. The album does just that. It showcases their maturity and how far they have come since their debut in 2008.…
SHINee – an introduction to my review of live performances from 2008 to Now!
by: Raine — In case you didn’t know, I’m a SHINee fangirl. The biggest reason I’m a fangirl is because they have magic when they perform live that shows off their talents in singing, dancing and effervescing on stage and that they constantly and consistently improve over the years. So I’m going to review…
Why So Serious…when you’re performing without Jonghyun?
SM was seriously desperate to get this promotion cycle on the road. So desperate, in fact, that they decided not to include SHINee’s main vocalist, Jonghyun. Poor kiddo got his nose bummed up in a car accident (April 1st) and is still going through the healing process.