Again, I apologize for being absent so much recently, but I’m back, not necessarily for good but for the time being. Anyway, I had to do a review for this one because LOOΠΔ is one of my favOriTe groups to date. They are fantastic and create such a unique style around themselves. Each member shows off various sounds that I’m sure will come together to create a phenomenal mind blowing song.
I’m still unsure what the music video for “One” was about, and why was there no repackage release for yyxy? I guess being absent from Kpop for a month will create such questions in the mind. You can’t miss out for even a day in the world of Kpop. That’s part of the reason I’m backing out from it. I still love Kpop and I think I always will but it’s too time consuming.
What I found most interesting about this music video wasn’t the dancing or the bland outfits, but it was the lack of color for most of the video. LOOΠΔ is such a colorful and color oriented group for them to have the first full LOOΠΔ video be so colorless is interesting. There was some splashes of color like towards the end with the blue chalk on the ground and the random scenes where color would seep through, but for the most part it was colorless especially in the chorus.
This colorless world that LOOΠΔ created in this video reminded me of “Sweet Crazy Love” by Odd Eye Circle where the first half of the video was completely black and white but then suddenly color bursts through and lends for a vivid final product. I love LOOΠΔ for their videos even when the video itself may be boring or overdone, they still draw the viewer in through the various filming or post production techniques.
The song took me off guard. I was expecting a Pop song with possibly some Girl Crush vibes intertwined but this was hard hitting, high energy Dance music. I didn’t really pay attention to who got the most lines or whatever, but it did feel like I saw a lot of Hee Jin, Kim Lip, Yves, and Jin Soul. I’m sure that they all got lines and the distribution was spread as evenly as possible. BlockBerry Creative is better than letting some of their artists go unnoticed or become ignored.
The other thing I want to talk about was the transition into the second verse. It didn’t even feel like a second verse but rather a post-post-chorus. There was the main chorus lines with the “brrr” thing they do, then the post-chorus sort of pulls everything together and treads into a second verse, but there wasn’t really a second verse. It was more like the afterthought of the chorus, but of the post-chorus. It was quite interesting. And you know it’s a second verse because as soon as that section is over, it starts to build towards the chorus again.
Anyway, what are your thoughts now that LOOΠΔ has finally debuted? I’m excited to hear some more stuff from them because they are the best group so far. That includes both boy and girl groups. LOOΠΔ is the best. Do you agree? Let me know in the comment section. Thanks for the support. I’ll see you in the next review.
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