The song reminded me of “Trespass” by Monsta X and “Fire” by BTS, but in my opinion, this song was better than both. The energy was higher and stayed there pretty much the entire song. Not to mention the drop was a bit uneasy. This is a good thing because drops are becoming really predictable. The drop in this song only happened a couple of times to prevent from being too repetitive and it delayed the actual drop by about one beat to throw off the listener. I loved it.
Thanks for reading through my boring review about a song that was absolute fire. Look forward to the next comeback/debut from k-pop artists and will hopefully do an album review for Turbulence. Thanks.