Great Job, Internet!: These five androgynous women are China’s next big “boy band”
There’s a new Chinese boy band on the scene and its called FFC-Acrush. They premiered earlier this month at a music showcase called “Husband Exhibition,” during which lucky female college students get their first look at the heartthrobs they’ll soon affectionately refer to as “husband” on social media. Though they aren’t set to release their first single until the end of April, Acrush has already garnered nearly 900,000 followers on Weibo, China’s Twitter-equivalent, priming them to be one of the country’s biggest homegrown acts.
Oh, also, Acrush is made up of five women.
The individual members, all in their late-teens or early-twenties, rock short-haired androgynous styles and loose-fitting men’s clothes, which is a look that has become more common and accepted recently among women in Chinese culture. When being introduced, they avoid using the words “boy” or “girl” and instead opt for meishaonian …