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I think Brian just wanted to be asked to teach them the piece and not just be copied from what they see on his Youtube page.
It's insulting for a professional dancer that only gets a small amount of credit if he or she was never asked. respect the dancers since they're needed when it comes to performing.
SEE ALSO: i KON quickly hits 1 million likes for 'Love Scenario' MV On the 17th, Brian Puspos stirred the ongoing debate on whether crediting someone's choreography is enough or if there needs to be prior consent and hiring of the choreographer. You have crazy fans that misread things," apparently unaware that he tweeted to i KON's international fanbase @i KON_Global. If he made such a ruckus about them using his choreo even after they put credi on it, should the singer/composer or the song make some ruckus too? They all pay royalties so that they won't get hit by copyright issues.
He linked to i KON's cover of "Niliria", "All of Me", and "Siri Says" on the 8th episode of 'MIX & MATCH', claiming that this isn't the first time that the i KON boys have used his choreography. It seems after realizing his mistake, he deleted that tweet as well. They cover famous song and add some korean rap in the song too remember? Actually If they were to use a song from like Britney spears, beyonce, or usher etc.. You can't use someones work while not paying off the original person. American idol went through that in the pass and they paying up royalties because they don't want to go through that anymore..
I think it's more of sympathy that you all are asking YG (lots of money) to hire Brian, because apparently life as a dancer is tough.
I really love dance, watching covers by dancers such as Ian Eastwood, Brian Puspos, Anthony Lee and etc, and kpop.to use his choreography ;and even without permission.They're both artist and ;should be correct against each other.So when I saw that IKON had covered his choreos while watching MIX & MATCH, I was proud and happy to see that Brian Puspos' talent had established a basis in even such a distant country as korea and that two of my favorite things were interconnecting.Long story short, I think MIX & MATCH and IKON should have been a little more blatant about the fact that they didn't received direct permission and that they were using his work because they were fans of him and his work and that they only had the utmost respect in mind.
Although the agency took steps to credit Brian Puspos, seemingly having learned from the past occurrences of similar situation, it seems that Brian's opinion was that simply just writing his name in the credits is not enough. Brian can ask Mix n Match via YG Ent to pay for his rights rather than babbling this issues through social media.