Advertisements Disney is often known for their music, which includes the protagonists singing about their desires and dreams. These songs are referred to as “I Want” songs and I am putting some up against each other for this edition of save one, drop one.
Advertisements When looking at an entire artist’s discography, I find it interesting to look back to where they started compared to where they are now. So that is the theme for this edition of save one drop one!
Advertisements I have done this plenty of time with K-Pop, so why don’t we mix it up now and bring a little Broadway to the challenge? So I’ve pit opening numbers from some of my favorite shows against each other in this edition of save one, drop one.
Advertisements You would be amazed at how many same title songs exist in K-Pop. Hundreds and hundreds of songs, and I’m back here with a few more to save or drop.
Advertisements Western Pop and K-Pop get compared often, so I decided to put the east against the west for this save one drop one same title edition.
Advertisements I am back with more same title K-Pop songs and putting them head to head to decide which to save and which to drop.
Advertisements Song titles are often used numerous times across different artists and genres, and K-Pop is no different. Because of this, I decided that this concept could make an interesting save one drop one, so here we are!
Advertisements With the recent release of the Booster DLC which adds new maps to the beloved racing game, I decided it would be fun to put all existing courses head to head in another edition of Save One Drop One!
Advertisements I see this concept as videos on YouTube and TikTok a lot, so I decided to adapt it for the blog! And for this first one, I had to go with K-Pop.