The Top 7 Third-Generation K-pop Artists Include BTS’ Jimin, BLACKPINK’s Lisa, EXO’s Kai, And More!

The Top 7 Third-Generation K-pop Artists Include BTS’ Jimin, BLACKPINK’s Lisa, EXO’s Kai, And More.

1. MONSTA X’s Joohoney 

From their first album onward, Joohoney has been lauded by fans all over the world for his exceptional production skills. In 2021, he earned a nomination for one of the most prestigious music awards in the United States thanks to his remarkable musical abilities and participation in the production of his debut title single.

He grew his own distinct musical universe through his mixtapes, in which he featured a wide range of musicians and highlighted collaborative efforts between different groups and people. However, he is an even more impressive performer thanks to his exceptional dancing abilities, range of facial emotions, and magnetic stage presence.

the top 7 third-generation k-pop artists
the top 7 third-generation k-pop artists

2. Red Velvet’s Seulgi 

Seulgi is a versatile artist that works in both the performing and visual arts. Her positive attitude, inventiveness, dedication to her craft, singular sense of style, and cultural impact (particularly among young Koreans) are all reasons why brands regularly use her to represent them in promotional material. Seulgi started her training at SM Entertainment in 2007 before her debut.

On December 2, 2013, she and Jeno and Taeyong, both of whom are currently members of NCT, were the first three trainees to be revealed to the public through SM Entertainment’s pre-debut project, SM Rookies.

SM Entertainment published a number of footage of Seulgi prior to his debut, including one of him dancing to S.E.S.’s “Be Natural” alongside another member of the group, Irene. She has excellent vocals and can dance with incredible fluidity.

3. EXO’s Kai 

Aside from being one of the most important Korean design icons, Kai is also widely regarded as one of the best dancers in South Korea and K-pop. Currently, he is a part of the South Korean-Chinese boy group EXO, the group’s subunit EXO-K, and the South Korean supergroup SuperM. In November 2020, he made his debut as a solo artist with the release of Kai, an EP.

Kai’s acting career is as extensive as his musical one, with roles in shows like Choco Bank (2016), Andante (2017), and Spring Has Come (2018) to his name (2018). His stunning good looks and exceptional dancing skills have made him an internet sensation time and time again.

4. TWICE’s Jihyo

A singer from South Korea, Jihyo is a popular name. She is the group’s leader and main vocalist since JYP Entertainment’s 2015 formation of the TWICE girl group in South Korea. Jihyo is a well-rounded performer, with unshakable singing abilities, a high-energy dancing style, and attractive expressions that complement all of the group’s comeback concepts. From the airy femininity of “What Is Love?” to the sultry fluidity of “Cry For Me,” her range is impressive.

5. GOT7’s Jackson 

Rapper, singer, dancer, record producer, designer, and director of music videos, Jackson Wang is from Hong Kong. He also serves as the creative director and head designer for Team Wang Design, in addition to launching the record label Team Wang. Wang, who grew up in Hong Kong, first came to prominence when he signed with JYP Entertainment to be a member of the K-pop boy band GOT7 in 2014. Jackson is a musical icon thanks to his incredible abilities as a rapper, singer, and performer, as evidenced by both his group and solo efforts.

the top 7 third-generation k-pop artists
the top 7 third-generation k-pop artists

6. BLACKPINK’s Lisa 

Lisa is a Thai-Korean rap star and performer. She’s a part of YG Entertainment’s South Korean girl group BLACKPINK. In September 2021, Lisa released her first solo effort, a self-titled album titled Lalisa. She became the first female artist to have her album debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 after selling over 736,000 copies in its first week of release in South Korea.

Its title track’s music video broke the 24-hour YouTube record for most views by a solo artist with 73.6 million. Lisa became the first solo K-pop artist to win an MTV Video Music Award because of the success of her single “Like I Love You.”

Lisa’s impressive dancing, gorgeous motions, and captivating facial expressions make her a theatrical delight. Her captivating dances, both original and cover versions, have made her a YouTube sensation again and time again.

7. BTS’ Jimin 

Jimin has a distinct vibe from J-Hope, V, and Jungkook, all of whom are proven, performers. Each of Jimin’s three solo singles with BTS—”Lie” (2016), “Serendipity” (2017), and “Filter” (2020)—charted on South Korea’s Gaon Digital Chart. The digital tune “Promise,” which he co-wrote and co-composed, was published in 2018. He contributed a duet with Ha Sungwoon called “With You” to the soundtrack for the 2022 TvN drama Our Blues.

He went to Hodong Elementary and Yonsan Middle School in Busan when he was a kid. He went to Just Dance Academy when he was in middle school and studied popping and locking. Jimin was a top student in the modern dance department at Busan High School of Arts before he decided to become a trainee. Jimin’s voice has been called soft and pleasant.

The other members of the group and the K-pop community at large agree that he is the group’s (and the genre’s) best dancer. His “smooth and beautiful motions” and charisma onstage have won him many fans.

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