BIGSTAR’s Songs on New Mini Album Deemed Inappropriate for Broadcast by All Three Major Networks
Rookie boy group BIGSTAR has had their songs deemed inappropriate for broadcast by all three major broadcasting networks.
According to their agency Brave Entertainment, four songs on the boy group’s upcoming third mini album “Shine a Moonlight” have been ruled unfit for broadcast by SBS, KBS, and MBC.
SBS has banned “Give It or Not,” “Why Are You Like This” and “Outro,” MBC has banned “Birthday” and “Outro,” and KBS has banned “Why Are You Like This” and “Outro.” All of the songs were ruled unfit for broadcast due to their suggestive lyrics or for the usage of swearwords.
Their agency announced, “As these are not the songs they will be promoting, we will not be appealing the channels’ decisions. If there’s an opportunity they will probably sing them as fanservice on a different stage. Their title song ‘Moonlight Sonata‘ has passed the screening, so their activities will not be affected.”
BIGSTAR will return with their third mini album “Shine a Moonlight” and title track “Moonlight Sonata” on September 4.