Berry Good is back with their song “Don't Believe” and honestly, this is my third/fourth music video review I've done today. I'm a little burnt out so if I don't write much that is why. The last song I heard from Berry Good was “Angel” which was a phenomenal song that was similar in style to Lovelyz with that hard hitting electronic sound backing a cutesy concept. I'm excited for this so let's get into it.
I'm not sure I understand the music video for “Don't Believe” by Berry Good. There were a lot of strange symbolisms that I can't go into right now. However, it may just be me and the amount of times I've watched Blackpink today, but one of the girls looked like Jisoo. The girl who had the balloon looked strangely like Jisoo from Blackpink. Maybe it's just my imagination and lack of sleep but she definitely looked similar.
The song was catchy and was a little more low-key than “Angel” but still had that electronic driving beat. The song and video weren't cutesy like “Angel” but it was more intense. The dance looked difficult but for me everything that requires movement looks difficult. It seemed like they were stressing more of the vocals and not as much of the beat and driving force behind the song.
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Hyorin is here again to win our hearts with most likely another jam! In her song “One Step” she collabs with Jay Park, who is another lovely voice. Two lovely voices on the same track can only be an excellent thing.
The music video for “One Step” by Hyorin was cute. The entire video was just footage of Hyorin being cute/sexy. There was a hell of a lot of pink in this video but it's not a bad thing. I'm not sure what else there is to say about the music video besides what I've said.
The song was low-key and chill with the right amount of sexy thrown in. Jay Park sang over one verse but it definitely added the collaboration feeling, even though he was just featured. The entirety of the song seemed to stay at one level. There were no big drops or anything like that, it was fairly stagnant in terms of dynamics.
That was my review of “One Step” by Hyorin and I hope you'll continue to check out my site and read my reviews. Please like, comment, and share this post. I'll be doing a bunch more reviews in the next couple of days, so stay tuned.
Today is the day that Blackpink comes back with two more music videos. “Playing with Fire” and “Stay” are the two new music videos today and all I can say is I'm thrilled for these videos. Let's quit talking and start the review.
Holy hell that song was incredible. The music video for “Playing with Fire” kind of reminded me of a mix between “Ring Ding Dong” by SHINee and “Fire” by BTS. There was a lot of fire in this music video as expected. It actually reminded me a lot of older YG videos because of the slow video rendering with the music.
The song though. That song was amazing. I thought it was better than their last two releases which I thought were also phenomenal. The kind of slow-aggressive sound in this track is one that you want to bop to but at the same time, stay in a melancholy state.
“Stay” was a more solemn song and video. The video took place in “heaven”, heaven being “a place where nothing happens”. The girls are running around a street that appears to be abandoned. I'm not sure what the actually concept behind this music video is. It could be that they are dead and living in heaven or that space in between life and death. Either way, the music video was incredible.
The song got me shook. Rose playing that guitar was so beautiful and the way their vocals, especially Rose's vocals fit with the guitar and the song. It's hard for me to pick between these two songs because both were great. Both had emotion and feeling behind them.
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EXO-CBX has official debuted with their song and music video for “Hey Mama!” This sub-unit of EXO consists of Chen, Baekhyun and Xiumin. I'm excited for this debut because it's EXO. Let's find out how good this song is and how many times I'm going to smash the repeat button.
The music video was weird. In a good way. I wasn't quite sure what was going on in the music video but I think Seulgi was in it? I may be mistaken. I just say orange hair on a girl and automatically assumed it was Seulgi. All three of them looked really good and of course danced like hell.
The song reminded me of “Love Me Right” and some of SHINee's more recent stuff. I really enjoyed it and I like this style on EXO and SHINee. The raps were incredible as expected from EXO. I can't wait to listen to this mini album.
Thanks for reading my review of “Hey Mama!” by EXO-CBX. I will be posting my review for Vixx's new music video and Blackpink's music video within the next 24 hours. Please like, comment, and share this post.
Lay from EXO debuted as a solo artist today/yesterday. His song “Lose Control” was released and I'm about to check it out because I love me some EXO and I love me some Lay
The music video for “Lose Control” by Lay was entrancing. I felt myself lost in his world of water and moons. There was a moment in the music video that reminded me of “Monster” by EXO and that was when Lay was sitting on the bed and the frame turned red and began to shift. That scene was almost straight out of “Monster”. The dancing was incredible, of course. There were a lot of cool effects used for this video.
The song was a bit surprising because although I know that Lay is Chinese and that he is part of EXO-M, I still was expecting a Korean song. Therefore, when the song began I was almost confused by the language he was singing in. I'm not the biggest fan of Chinese music but this song was good. Like the music video, the song was incredibly entrancing.
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Bulldok, the new girl group from Produce 101, I believe, has debuted just a couple of days ago and I apologize like always for being so late on this review. Now I.O.I is finished with their career and it is now Bulldok's turn to take the spotlight with their new song “Why Not”. I could be completely wrong on all of this. Let's just get to the music video, enough talking.
The music video was the five members dancing and dressed up like a mix between f(x) and 2NE1. There was a lot of Blackpink influence in there as well with the black...and the...pink. Overall though, the music video didn't impress me a whole lot.
What impressed me was the song. The track had influences from all over the board. 90's, Hip Hop, Trap, Rap, and EDM. Let me just say, I knew my bias in this group before I even saw all the members. I knew her from the second she appeared on the screen. The short haired blonde girl is my bias for this group. She reminds me of a younger Jiyoon of 4Minute; especially during her time in 2Yoon. Not to mention, this girl's rap was fire. Not only didn't she have rhythm with her flow, but she spit out some syllables that I almost didn't hear they were so fast. Incredible.
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So, Hyorin and Dok2 are here to save the day. I'm really hoping that this is where we get to see Hyorin rap especially with Dok2, who is an amazing rapper. Their song together is called “Love Like This” so I'm assuming this won't be like typical Dok2.
Unfortunately, we don't get to see Hyorin rap yet, but the song was incredible as expected. Hyorin is a very talented lady and Dok2 is a very excellent rapper. That combination just begs to be phenomenal. The music video was just Hyorin driving through the desert and being hot and sexy like always. The video was in black and white, a nice aesthetic.
Like I said, the song was incredible and had a very R&B vibe to it. This song is something that could sell very well in the States, in my opinion. Everything was super smooth although I didn't really like the ending because it felt a bit abrupt. Everything else was awesome though.
I hope you guys enjoyed my review of “Love Like This” by Hyorin and Dok2. I'll continue to review music videos. However it doesn't look like I'll be uploading any video reactions quite yet. Thanks however for the support even though I don't have a reaction channel yet. Keep on kpopping!
Twice is back again and I'm sorry it's taken me this long to watch and review their new song “TT” but I've been busy with travels and such, so I'm about a day late. However, I'm excited for this comeback because let's face it, it's Twice. Also because it's supposedly a Halloween themed concept. I guess we'll find out although most of you have probably already watched it.
Okay, so that music video was weird but let me get something out of the way. Dahyun as a bunny, Nayeon as a devil, and Mina stroking the barrel of that gun. Okay, the music video was about two kids that look strangely like younger versions of Nayeon and Jeongyeon, walking into a house that is haunted by Twice. Something broke the spell and the kids turned around and saw inside an open door but the video ended and said “To be continued...”
The song was catchy enough. I'm sure I'll die for it later on, but it did sound more and more like T-ara and less like Twice than some of their older stuff. Maybe that's just my opinion. But T-ara has always had that “club” feel to them and this song was more along those lines. Either way, I can't wait to listen to this album.
That's my review of “TT” by Twice. I'm still not sure what “TT” is supposed to mean but either way I like it. Thanks for checking out my review of this song and keep watch for more reviews coming soon.
BTS is back! I don't think I need much more of an introduction. However, BTS is a 7 member boy group under BigHit Entertainment. My bias is Suga and bias wrecker is Rap Mon. I have a thing for rappers apparently. The song I'm reviewing today is called “Blood Sweat & Tears”.
That music video and song were a bit peculiar. The video took place for the most part in a museum. Jin, I think it's Jin, was really involved with the artwork enough that he even kissed a gargoyle statue. I guess I would understand a little bit more of what is going on if I had watched the WINGS series, but I didn't because I don't exactly know why. Maybe I'll go back and watch them.
The song was a bit different for their style as well. It was almost too lighthearted. The song didn't have any big drop. I did however like that the song started off with J-Hope, Rap Monster and Suga in the first verse. I was a huge fan of that. I'll have to listen to this song a bunch more though for me to love it. It just didn't sound like BTS at all.
So that's my review of “Blood Sweat & Tears” by BTS. What did you think about it? Did you enjoy the song? Is this song gonna be more or less of a hit than “Fire”? Thanks for supporting me as always and don't forget to like, comment, and share this post.
In my last video review, I mentioned the Queen of vocals being back and now it's time for the Kings of dance to make their comeback! SHINee of SM Entertainment has returned with their song “1 of 1”. I don't know what to expect from this song except that I think it's a 90s throwback song. I grew up in the 90s so this will probably be filled with nostalgia for me.
The song and video were funky fresh! The music video looked like something straight out of the 90s. There was a ton of background cropping and multiple of things like many many girls even though the title is “1 of 1”. But this is exactly what I was expecting from SHINee. They are still the Kings of dance because that dance was fire. I can't wait for a dance practice version. And the members that stood out to me most (even though Taemin is my bias) were Onew and Jonghyun. Their outfits and hair and smiles and everything about them just stood out to me.
The song was typical 90s material filled with groovy bass lines buried beneath techno drum pads and oversaturated synth parts. But it was awesome! The song really took me back to the 90s and SHINee has always been able to do that. They transport me to various time periods just with their music, which is incredible.
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