Eric Nam released his comeback song today, “Good for You”. He has worked with Amber, Wendy, and several other artists in the past and now it's time for his solo album. I believe it will be good because Eric Nam seems very down-to-earth and pretty chill.
The music video was nice and calm. It had a light sepia filter throughout the entire thing and was very relaxed. The story in the video seemed to be a guy working at a coffee shop and a girl that is trying to get over her last relationship. I'm not 100% sure about it so don't quote me on this. In the end, the girl receives a text from the guy with some good news. Like I said, I'm not sure about this. The video had a lot of shots of the coffee shop and the girl in her room in a leotard and of course Eric Nam playing the smooth, smooth piano.
The song reminded me of an old Maroon 5 song back from their Songs About Jane album. It in fact reminded me of the song “Sunday Morning”. The tone of the song was very jazzy, but chill like something you would absolutely hear in a coffee shop. It had a cool vibe to it and kept me wanting more. Eric Nam's voice is majestic too, so that also helps.
That's my review of Eric Nam's newest video “Good for You”. Let me know what your thoughts are in the comments section. And don't forget to like, comment, and share this wherever you can and follow me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/openthekpop and Twitter: www.twitter.com/openthekpop. Remember to K-POP EVERYDAY!
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