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"Trot X", First Ever Audition Show Highlighting Trot (the Oldest Form of K-Pop), to Premiere on Mnet on March 21

2014/03/05 Source

New Singing Survival Show Presents the Ongoing Diversification of K-Pop
March 5, 2014 - CJ E&M's leading K-Pop music channel Mnet will introduce the new singing audition show Trot X on March 21 at 11:30 (KST).
Trot music is the oldest form of Korean pop music originally influenced by the Japanese enka music genre. Undergoing revitalization in popular culture, SNSD's Seo-hyun and Big Bang's Dae-sung are among the modern K-Pop stars to have released trot songs in collaboration with renowned trot singers.
Mnet's new show Trot X will re-introduce viewers to Trot music in a form that has been blended with various modern musical styles including rock, hip hop, dance and electronic music. Tae Jin-ah who recently collaborated in a performance with Rain on the single La Song will join the show as one of eight advisors called 'Trotducers' (Trot + Producers).

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