DR Music

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
DR Music
Founded 1997
Status Active
Genre K-pop
Dance-pop
Hip-Hop
Country of origin South Korea

DR Music (formerly known as DR Entertainment; Hangul: DR 음악), is a South Korean music label established in 1997. It is currently managed girl group BP Rania.

The label is formerly home to K-pop girl group such like Baby V.O.X and Baby Vox Re.V.

Controversies[edit]

  • On March 2004, Baby V.O.X Released their seventh and last album, Ride West, featuring several artists such as Jennifer Lopez and Flossy.P, caused controversy when the lead track in their album, Xcstasy, featured the deceased rapper Tupac Shakur without crediting Tupac's agency.
  • On January 2007, Baby Vox Re.V encountered some minor controversy when parts of the choreography for "Shee" was found to be too sexual.
  • On April 2011, RaNia debuted on the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) music program Music Bank with the song "Dr. Feel Good". However, their music video and live performances for "Dr. Feel Good" caused controversy in Korea as some viewers felt that their image and concept were too provocative. RaNia were forced to change their provocative choreography and make minor changes to the outfits. In a later interview, the members of RaNia expressed their regrets on stirring up such a controversy because of their outfits, but still believed that they were not as sexually suggestive as viewers thought.

Artists[edit]

Current Artists[edit]

  • BP Rania
    • Hyeme
    • Zi.U
    • Alex
    • Jieun
    • Yumin
    • Ttabo

Former Artists[edit]

  • Baby V.O.X. (1997–2006)
    • Jung Shi-woon (1997)
    • Jang Hyun-jung (1997)
    • Cha Yu-Mi (1997–1998)
    • Lee Gai (1998–1999)
    • Shim Eun-jin (1998–2004)
    • Yoon Eun-hye (1999–2005)
    • Kim Hee-jung (1997–2006)
    • Lee Hee-jin (1997–2006)
    • Kan Mi-yeon (1997–2006)
  • Zhang Li Yin (2002–2003)
  • Baby Vox Re.V (2007–2009)
    • Myun Sa-rang
    • Han Ae-ri
    • Yang Eun-jin
    • An Jin-kyoung
    • Hwang Yeon-kyoung
    • Oh Min-jin
    • Park So-ri
  • BP Rania
    • Yijo (2011)
    • Joy (2011–2012)
    • Riko (2011–2013)
    • Jooyi (2011–2014)
    • Sharon (2014–2015)
    • Di (2011–2016)
    • T-ae (2011–2016)
    • Xia (2011–2016)
    • Saem/Yina (2011–2015, 2016–2017)

References[edit]