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Minho: “There is a mutual desire among SHINee to constantly be better than ourselves”

The last member of second-generation stars SHINee to make his solo debut talks about the message of his new EP, how acting informs his music, and who he thinks will win the World Cup

BoA – ‘Forgive Me’ review: a veteran artist blazes thrilling new trails

The “queen of K-pop” returns after two years with an EP that proves she still has exciting new roads to go down

JAY B: “These days my burden is growing, so I try to instil the mindset of enjoying it all”

With his sophomore solo EP ‘Be Yourself’, the GOT7 leader reminds himself to stay grounded. He talks to NME about the project, his new label, and how his creative process has changed

Kino on solo debut ‘Pose’, what’s next for PENTAGON and his artistic journey: “I still want to broaden my perspective”

PENTAGON’s main dancer and freshly debuted solo artist talks to NME about his insistence on creative control and the hardest part of going it alone

Sunye – ‘Genuine’ review: ex-Wonder Girl and veteran idol makes a timid but promising new start

The former leader and main vocalist of the Wonder Girls makes her official return with a well-rounded if occasionally generic debut solo EP

THE BOYZ live in Paris: a charming display of the boyband’s growth

In the third European stop of their world tour, they showcase all the hits from their thriving past two years

ENHYPEN – ‘Manifesto : Day 1’ review: a brash, self-affirming statement

Rising powerhouses want to break expectations and take charge of their destiny with their third mini-album

ENHYPEN on their musical duality: “If there is light, there’s got to be a shadow”

NME also spoke to the rising boyband about their appearance at KPOP.FLEX, love for soccer and upcoming new music

KPOP.FLEX Frankfurt 2022 recap: Dreamcatcher cover BLACKPINK, Kai captivates and more

IVE and ENHYPEN perform overseas for the first time, MAMAMOO reunite, MONSTA X knock it out of the park, and more from Europe's biggest K-pop festival

Onew talks subverting expectations on ‘Dice’: “I wanted to completely break out”

The SHINee leader also opens up to NME about his unique voice and how his perfectionist nature delayed the album by eight months
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