As BTS increases in mainstream popularity, I've created an ML classifier to help new fans identify a BTS member based on an image of his face.
Is a successful song one that tops the charts, or one that wins awards?
As our post-COVID world continues to move virtually, music performance is finding its virtual analog in gaming. 
Latin genres are having breakaway successes, but who's defining genres anyway?
Live performance has always been a cornerstone of music monetization; streaming is positioned to unlock further performance potential. 
What the major media platforms say about their year can hint at what is to come. 
K-pop is no longer niche, but prescriptive idol group culture might be limiting the genre's broader potential.
Social platforms are focusing on creators, resulting in differing outcomes for content creators and music creators.
In democratizing music discovery, TikTok is allowing rising creators to pave new paths to success, forcing music industry incumbents to take notice. 
"Position" reflects just how much streaming has impacted the way artists structure their craft. 
As the K-pop group has grown in popularity, their music has also changed thematically. Also, welcome to the inaugural post!