[EVENT] Korea Hip Hop Festival - 2013 Freestyle Day, 2013.08.04 Sunday 5PM @UNIQLO-AX
LINE UP: ZICO, Baechigi, Beenzino, Dok2, M.I.B, Garion, San E, Ultima, Sool J, STi, Cosmic Sound, Ami, Effect, Lee Hwan, DJ IT.
Since there are no legit and official infos about him actually being involved with yg out yet I wouldn’t believe this rumor for now.
[ALL FORCE ONE] All Force One Summer Special ‘HOT & COOL’ 2013.07.21 5PM @UNIQLO Ax.
Line Up: Zico, DOK2, Beenzino, Beat Box DG, Paloalto, B-Free, JTong, Ugly Duck, Crush, GRAY, Elo, KittiB, Monster Woofam, 빅 프라이덴스, DJ Wegun
[TWITTER 130612] [NARAN LEE] Why does Im Chang-jung have to listen up? I was seriously curious all of a sudden.. ㅋㅋ Zico’s reply was quick and accurate like a JisikiN search ㅋㅋ I want to give him 100 points ㅋㅋ
Translation of photo:
[ZICO] No no
“Even Im Chang-jung”
Is connected to the line before that
And “Listen up” is after the comma
[ZICO] “They want my skills, even ‘Im Chang-jung’”
[NARAN LEE] Ah ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ But why does Im Chang-jung come up next to the word ‘skill’??
[ZICO] In the movie “The Traffickers”
The plot is about organ harvesting
And Im Chang-jung plays the leading role
[ZICO] I used homonyms
Jang-gi: bodily internal organs
Jang-gi: a special skill that an individual posesses
(T/N: Im Chang-jung is a senior singer and actor.
JisikiN (지식iN) is an information exchange service from Naver, similar to Yahoo Answers.
Naran Lee is asking about Zico’s lyrics in Feeling So Good (by Crush, Ugly Duck) which goes: “Wherever I go they want my skills, even Im Chang-jung
Listen up, the difference in sound is like Nexus and Vengeance”
— As far as I know, Nexus is a ROM synthesizer and Vengeance is the company that produces Nexus and also the name of their product line of stero processors.)
Trans by bontheblock
[TWITTER 130612] [TAEWOON (of SPEED/Zico’s brother)] Wow.. When is this from ㅠ.. got it when I went into mom’s Kakao Story~ㅋㅋ
Trans by bontheblock
nope~ apart from his twitter he has only a google plus account which he never uses.
[NEWS] 130607 Block B’s Official Statement, “We have no intention of reuniting with Stardom… Preparing for independent activities”
This is the official statement of the 7-members of Block B.
First of all, we would like to say that we are very sorry for making the many fans who love and care for Block B to worry.
The intent of decision made by the court today can be construed as an order to comply with the official verdict, which came to be by going through the additional battles and hearings of the lawsuit proceeding on merits, rather than making a clearly conclusive verdict on the legitimacy of the cancellation even though the truth about the omission of approximately 430,000,000 KRW of music revenue from event earnings was acknowledged.
For example, in the judgment, even though the management contract with Japan’s Bauhaus was submitted, it mistakenly states that it is difficult to judge the violation of duty because the contract was not submitted. Also it states that different from the precedence of existing royalty prepayments, it is difficult to conclude that the 1,400,000,000 KRW of royalties received in advance by Loen Entertainment should be revenue distributed to Block B. There are many verdicts such as these that are difficult for the members to accept. Regarding this lawsuit, we will calmly contest and receive verification on the legitimacy of the contract suspension, and will ask Stardom to take responsibility for defaulting on payments and violating the exclusive contract.
Additionally, a verdict was made that “There is a possibility that the legitimacy of the independent entertainment activities presently performed by the applicants (Block B members) at the same time as the dispute of the exclusive contract suspension will be inspected at a later time.”This is because if [Stardom] stops the Block B members from their independent entertainment activities, they are encroaching on the constitutional freedom of work and the general right to freedom of action.
As the Block B members have no intention of reuniting with Stardom for their entertainment activities, they will prepare for independent activities. If the result of the lawsuit does not acknowledge the legitimacy of the contract suspension, we will owe proper liability for damage.
Once again we would like to apologize to all the fans for making them worry. The Block B members promise to show a more mature image from now on, and repay the love and interest given to them by fans.
June 7 2013, legal representative of the 7 members of block B, law firm Shinwon
Source: Star N News
Translated By: Youngha@ BLOCKBINTL
[NEWS] 130607 Block B’s application for the suspension of their exclusive contract dismissed
7-member male idol group Block B had filed an application for an injunction against their agency for the suspension of their exclusive contract, but it was rejected.
On the 7th, the Seoul Central District Court Civil Case Department headed by chief justice Kang Hyunjoo, dismissed Block B’s injunction against their agency Stardom for the suspension of their exclusive contract.
Previously, Block B applied for an injunction this past January stating that, “they signed the exclusive contract in September 2009, establishing that [the agency] would provide proper training opportunities and facilities, along with the responsibility of distributing income. However, when activities started in April 2011 and up until almost a year, they did not even once fulfill their responsibility of balancing accounts”.
They asserted that, “[Stardom] paid a portion of their earnings only after member Zico sent a notification for the cancellation of his contract last March, due to the agency not fulfilling their duty to balance the accounts. However, since then they were not paid monthly.” Also, “money from all sorts of activities and from singing in drama OSTs were left out”.
However, the justice department disclosed, “Stardom has been abiding the contract by calculating Block B’s profits on a quarterly basis,” and “as [Stardom] is testifying that they will pay if they find out that there are missing payments that need to be paid, there is a high likelihood that they can pay any unpaid accounts.
They added, “There is not enough evidence that shows ‘lack of proper practice rooms, work rooms, and dorms’ or that ‘they were not provided with proper training and coaching’. As there is not enough material on record that Block B’s entertainment activities were not appropriately managed, it is difficult to see that the management obligation was breached.”
Source: MONEY TODAY
Translated By: Youngha@ BLOCKBINTL