The Story Behind Jae, My Days, And #JusticeForJae

The K-Pop Twitter-storm reveals some curious dynamics...The hashtag 'Justice For Jae’ trended globally across social media, after Jae of K-Pop group Day6 called out his company, JYP entertainment, for unfair treatment and lack of promotion. On June 29th, Jae posted a series of tweets on the DAY6 Twitter account questioning his agency JYPE on not receiving the same consideration and support as the rest of his band members. Asking why they wouldn’t repost his DIVE Studio content after they posted Young K‘s, Jae quoted the company’s promotional tweet of band mate Young K's playlist for 'Live from DIVE Studios' along with the message, "Why don't you repost my dive stuff?" The next day, Jae followed up by adding further explanation to his tweets, questioning why his own personal activities aren’t shared on the DAY6 Twitter account, writing: “I've recently done podcasts, 'Hwaiting' available on Facebook, and I had a collaboration with 88rising. How come my promotions aren't shared?"  Revealing how JYP forced him to quit his own YouTube channel because it wasn’t viewed upon favourably, Jae added: "YouTube too. For my channel jaesix, I worked on it all alone, I was told so much by the company, I had to beg for permission, but even after all that, they told me I had to quit because it was ruining the company's image. But the rest of the members get content and proper management and investments for their work." In response to Jae’s frustration, My Days ( the group’s fandom) all over the world came together to trend #JusticeForJae ( and the Korean variant #스튜디오제이피드백해 ) demanding that JYPE – who represent top groups like GOT7, Twice , Stray Kids, ITZY - treat their groups better. However, later on June 30th, Jae posted again on Twitter, sharing an update after speaking with the agency. He wrote: “After talking with the company again, I think there have been a lot of misunderstandings. I want to say that I’m sorry for causing you concern with my post. And what I wanted to express was a personal problem between the company and myself, it’s completely unrelated to the members, and I never even thought that it was. I apologise for worrying My Day by not thinking it through.” News outlet Newsen also received a comment from the agency itself, “Through our conversation, we have cleared up something that took place because of a misunderstanding between the company and the member. We will be very cautious in the future so that this sort of matter does not occur again.” It appears that everything has been sorted now between Jae and JYPE, but he certainly will have his My Days rise up in support again if the need ever arises! - - - - - - Words: Malvika Padin Join us on the ad-free creative social network Vero, as we get under the skin of global cultural happenings. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold. Buy Clash Magazine    

The Story Behind Jae, My Days, And #JusticeForJae
The K-Pop Twitter-storm reveals some curious dynamics...

The hashtag 'Justice For Jae’ trended globally across social media, after Jae of K-Pop group Day6 called out his company, JYP entertainment, for unfair treatment and lack of promotion.

On June 29th, Jae posted a series of tweets on the DAY6 Twitter account questioning his agency JYPE on not receiving the same consideration and support as the rest of his band members. Asking why they wouldn’t repost his DIVE Studio content after they posted Young K‘s, Jae quoted the company’s promotional tweet of band mate Young K's playlist for 'Live from DIVE Studios' along with the message, "Why don't you repost my dive stuff?"

The next day, Jae followed up by adding further explanation to his tweets, questioning why his own personal activities aren’t shared on the DAY6 Twitter account, writing: “I've recently done podcasts, 'Hwaiting' available on Facebook, and I had a collaboration with 88rising. How come my promotions aren't shared?" 

Revealing how JYP forced him to quit his own YouTube channel because it wasn’t viewed upon favourably, Jae added: "YouTube too. For my channel jaesix, I worked on it all alone, I was told so much by the company, I had to beg for permission, but even after all that, they told me I had to quit because it was ruining the company's image. But the rest of the members get content and proper management and investments for their work."

In response to Jae’s frustration, My Days ( the group’s fandom) all over the world came together to trend #JusticeForJae ( and the Korean variant #스튜디오제이피드백해 ) demanding that JYPE – who represent top groups like GOT7, Twice , Stray Kids, ITZY - treat their groups better.

However, later on June 30th, Jae posted again on Twitter, sharing an update after speaking with the agency. He wrote:

“After talking with the company again, I think there have been a lot of misunderstandings. I want to say that I’m sorry for causing you concern with my post. And what I wanted to express was a personal problem between the company and myself, it’s completely unrelated to the members, and I never even thought that it was. I apologise for worrying My Day by not thinking it through.”

News outlet Newsen also received a comment from the agency itself, “Through our conversation, we have cleared up something that took place because of a misunderstanding between the company and the member. We will be very cautious in the future so that this sort of matter does not occur again.”

It appears that everything has been sorted now between Jae and JYPE, but he certainly will have his My Days rise up in support again if the need ever arises!

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Words: Malvika Padin

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LP Announces Global Livestream Concert From Los Angeles

LP has announced her first global livestream event scheduled for Aug. 1.

LP Announces Global Livestream Concert From Los Angeles

Musician and prolific songwriter LP has announced her first global livestream event scheduled for Aug. 1. The 2020 Virtual World Tour will broadcast live from The Beehive studios in the Los Angeles and is expected to be the artist’s only full-production concert in 2020.

“I was expecting to tour throughout 2020 around the world, but unfortunately we had to postpone that to 2021. So, to lift my own spirits, and hopefully other people’s, I decided to put together a proper concert here in L.A., live-streamed everywhere, for everyone to be a part of,” LP said in a release.

The multi-camera, HD video, 80-audio-channel concert will kick-off live at 1pm PST and will feature LP and her band performing a set of hits, fan favorites, covers, brand-new music, new versions of songs and more.

Tickets for the livestream begin at $20 and after purchasing, ticketholders will have the opportunity to create an audio file cheering for LP, like they would at an in-person concert. The cheers from all around the world will be mixed together to form a “global virtual crowd,” and will be played back throughout the concert.

Fans can purchase “general admission” tickets, which provide access to the livestream and gives them the opportunity to watch it at a later time as well. Ticketholders can also click on the link at any time in the future to rewatch the event.

VIP All Access Pass packages will also be available via veeps.com and give fans the ability to virtually sit in on the July 31 sound check, plus access to exclusive behind-the-scenes content including a backstage Q&A with LP, photos and videos from the week of rehearsals leading up to the show. VIP passes start at $50.

“In support of our larger cultural issues, I’m donating a portion of proceeds to The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) — a civil rights organization whose mission is to fight racism, homophobia and LGBTQ/SQL bias and stigma,” LP added.

On May 29, LP released her first live album Live In Moscow. Recorded at Crocus City Hall in Moscow in 2019 in front of a sold-out crowd of more than 6000 fans, the 17-track performance spans multiple albums.

In addition to recording her own songs, LP has written or co-written for superstar artists including Cher, Rihanna, the Backstreet Boys, Leona Lewis, Céline Dion and Christina Aguilera, among others.

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