Aespa’s first music video and their earlier promotional photos bear striking resemblance to content produced by other artists. Photo: SM Entertainment Aespa’s first music video and their earlier promotional photos bear striking resemblance to content produced by other artists. Photo: SM Entertainment
Aespa’s first music video and their earlier promotional photos bear striking resemblance to content produced by other artists. Photo: SM Entertainment

New K-pop girl group Aespa’s management accused of copying other artists’ work in Black Mamba music video and promo photos

  • Screenshots supposedly show a Pinterest account set up by an SM Entertainment employee that has images collected for inspiration for Aespa’s debut
  • The group’s first music video bears similarities to scenes from the Pop/Stars video by K/DA, a virtual girl group from the League of Legends video game

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
Aespa’s first music video and their earlier promotional photos bear striking resemblance to content produced by other artists. Photo: SM Entertainment Aespa’s first music video and their earlier promotional photos bear striking resemblance to content produced by other artists. Photo: SM Entertainment
Aespa’s first music video and their earlier promotional photos bear striking resemblance to content produced by other artists. Photo: SM Entertainment
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