It has been a long time since we've heard anything from this girl. Jimin Park or Park Jimin from 15& debuted as a solo artist sometime last year but only released one song if I remember correctly. The song “Hopeless Love” was such a powerful ballad that I instantly fell in love with Jimin Park. Today, I get the opportunity to review “Try” and hope it's something similar but with a flair of something new.
The music video seemed to having a freeing concept. It followed a couple different people as they freed themselves by going outdoors and just breathing in the air. One person, for example, went onto a rooftop to play guitar. Another person went out onto a soccer field and just ran around and danced. I feel like this music video was trying to express the need for some fresh air and escape from our daily tasks.
The song was fresh. I liked it a lot. It had a chill, mid-tempo vibe to the song and started off with guitar and then added some piano bits to it as well. Her voice was incredible just like the voice I fell in love with last year. I haven't yet found myself searching out 15& stuff because I actually like Park Jimin and Baek Yerin doing solo projects. I just wish that both would release new material more often. They are both talented singers and deserve more attention than JYP is giving them.
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