Questions remain regarding K-pop's potential for growth and influence. Will the scene be able to generate artists for the ages similar to the Beatles and Michael Jackson, who both moved from being teen idols to timeless international artists? While that remains to be seen, K-pop artists are certainly reaping the benefits of the genre's current success.
that would be an awful idea. grammy for best international artist seems ok
Mother Slayty Perrysa - Carriessa Underwoodsus - Kacey Musgraves
200MillionRecordsANNA - Lady GODga - Bring Me the Horizon
King Bublé - The Lumineers - LORDS BASTILLE
Nikita - The Good Wife - Parks & Rec
I think that the music industry is trying to give them room to enter into the music industry. But they kind of ruin it on their own by not promoting correctly over here. And lots of producers are really interested in working with these K-pop groups to bring them here which is kind of sad. I wonder why they even want to entertain the idea of a category tbh.