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[K-Pop Battle] B.A.P’s Bang Yong Guk vs. B1A4’s Baro

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2013.01.24 18:00 Mwave Nancy Lee

After throwing two pretty boys into the K-Pop Battle ring last week, we’re pitting B.A.P’s Bang Yong Guk against B1A4’s Baro in a matchup of the bad boy idol rappers.

Not only are Bang Yong Guk and Baro members of two of the hottest male idol groups of the moment, they are both known for their trademark deep voices.

But whose sexy voice could you listen to forever?

[K-Pop Battle] B.A.P’s Bang Yong Guk vs. B1A4’s Baro

Bang Yong Guk

Bang Yong Guk is the fearless leader of B.A.P and has been soldiering on with the boys since the group made its debut 2012.

The boys stormed onto the K-Pop scene with Warrior and have been going full force with non-stop promotions of hit songs Power, No Mercy, Crash, Stop It and latest track Rain Sound.

But Bang Yong Guk first caught our eye as the growling stalker ex-boyfriend in Secret member Song Ji Eun’s solo track Going Crazy.

If Bang Yong Guk didn’t scare you off then, you were probably crazy in love with the rapper, and now, it’s not just the rapper, but B.A.P, who’s feeling the love.

[K-Pop Battle] B.A.P’s Bang Yong Guk vs. B1A4’s Baro


While B.A.P is expected to take 2013 by the reins with its concert next month, B1A4 ended 2012 on a high note with its first sold-out concert in Seoul last month.

While each of the B1A4 members have their own charms, our ears immediately perk up at the sound of Baro’s distinct voice, which is best showcased in his solo track Just the Two of Us.

But Baro proves that rappers aren’t always tough and rough around the edges. Based on what we’ve seen on variety shows, we think Baro could school anyone in a cute freestyle battle.

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