The video was silly but the song was gritty and was very much a rock anthem. The guitars were distorted and crunchy and the beat was upbeat and fast paced. I think my favorite part of the song itself was the rap breakdown. In American culture, rap and rock are separate things unless you're Linkin Park. So to have that intense rap break was phenomenal. Even a lot of k-pop groups that are bands don't really have raps that go in like N.Flying. That's a feature I like about them as a group.
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